Jane has an MSc in psychotherapy and counselling from Middlesex University in England and a BSc (hons.) in psychology. Jane’s training is in existential psychotherapy, which is person-centered and focuses on the therapeutic relationship as a catalyst for change outside of therapy. She also uses CBT and mindfulness as a way of teaching therapeutic tools to be used to manage psychological and emotional challenges in life.
She is a member of and adheres to ethical guidelines of the BACP (British Association of Psychotherapy and Counseling) and the BPS (British Psychological Society). Jane is from the UK and worked in Dorset on the south coast and in London. Her main area of work has been within drug and alcohol services and with adult survivors of childhood abuse. Before joining Recovery From Addiction On-line as an online therapist, Jane worked at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Thailand. For the last 5 years she has been involved in a charity offering support to adult survivors of childhood abuse, and is currently in the process of co-writing a book based on her work with adult survivors. She has also worked in private practice in London, working with adult survivors, Substance Use Disorders and other co-occurring conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and relationship counseling. Jane is currently enrolled on a doctoral program at Middlesex University and is in partnership as the psychological advisor for a UK charity (Chance to play) with projects in Vietnam, helping underprivileged and abused girls through sport and additional psychological support.