I am the founder of Ipsum Counselling and Coaching and am a fully qualified and insured, Life Coach, BACP registered integrative therapist, specialising in Person-Centred Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as well as a Critical Incident Debriefer.
I offer a confidential and non-judgmental space to talk and offer guidance if needed. Qualified in both psychotherapy and life coaching I can work on an individual basis, tailoring the counselling to suit your needs allowing me to apply the skills and techniques that are most effective for you.
I work towards empowering you to develop the skills and the confidence needed to bring about long-lasting, positive change for better mental wellbeing. I believe that physical health impacts mental health so I work on solution-focused strategies to get you where you want to be.
I can provide sessions on a one to one basis, or with couples, group workshops, and can also provide corporate training for mental health first aiders.
My expertise is not limited to adults only. I am trained to work with children and adolescents. I spent 2 years working with Place2Be within schools in the Manchester area and worked with Barnardos as a therapist with children up to 18yrs old with an array of different crisis points.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and abide by the BACP ethical framework for best practice. All work is fully insured.
I am a fully qualified, ICF-accredited life coach, with training and experience in a variety of therapeutic fields including psychotherapy, counselling and NLP.
I have undertaken and completed training in safeguarding for young children and adults, trauma related to war and humanitarian crises, the mental health and psychological impacts of Covid-19, and bereavement and loss. I am currently pursuing further training in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and post natal depression.
I spent sixteen years working for the United Nations in Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Italy and Switzerland, working to support individuals and communities affected and impacted by hunger and malnutrition, famine, drought, natural disasters, war, conflict and HIV Aids.
As a former BBC television and radio news current affairs journalist, I truly value the power of language, the written word and visual communication for nurturing change and healing and encouraging positive self-expressive and acceptance.
Recognising that each individual is unique, I offer a customised approach to my work. I work with you to find creative solutions, reach your mental health goals and live your best possible life
My Name is Stacie Voice and I am a fully qualified Therapeutic Counsellor. Icompleted my diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in 2013 and since qualifying, I have worked in a number of therapy services including the NHS, local charities, and private practice. I have also completed additional training in trauma, working with young adults, and crisis management.
I work in an integrative way, this means that I use a number of different techniques and elements from different therapy models, for example, humanistic, cognitive behavioural therapy, and solution-focused. I offer a safe, confidential, non-judgemental, open, and honest approach to counselling, along with a splash of creativity if desired.
I work with anyone over the age of 16 and have extensive experience of working with individuals who have experienced trauma, severe and enduring mental health illness, self-harming behaviours, suicidal behaviours, or who experience intense episodes of mental health crisis. In addition to this, I also have extensive experience working with bereavement, anger, anxiety (including health anxiety), low mood and depression.
I believe that nobody should do it alone and that at times we all need someone who can walk beside us on our journey to positive emotional wellbeing.