Training, Qualifications and Experience

I am a BACP Registered Counsellor and I undertake regular professional development and supervision.

I have currently completed my third year of training an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at BCPC in Bath, UK.

I adhere to the UKCP and BCPC Code of Ethics and I am supported by a UKCP accredited supervisor. 


I have extensive experience of and interest in working with a wide range of issues such as;

Addiction

Relationships

Anxiety

Grief and Loss

Shame

Abandonment

Mental Health Issues

Low Self-esteem

Sexual Abuse

Depression

Death Anxiety

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD)

Trauma

In 2017, I was asked by the Government to speak at a roundtable to share my experience of treating elite and professional sportsmen and women with addiction and mental health issues. As a result of this the Government signed up to the Sport and Recreation Alliances ‘Mental Health Charter’.


Diploma in Professional Studies Counselling

University of the West of England


Certificate in Counselling Skills

University of the West of England

Get in Touch

If you have any questions about my services, feel free to get in touch by email or by phone.

Email: andrew@andrewjordanpsychotherapy.com
Phone: 07786 020 244

I see clients at:

The Practice Rooms
24 Regent St,
Clifton, Bristol
BS8 4HG

Andrew Jordan Psychotheraphy | 2020

FAQs

How long does therapy last?

It depends on how far you want to go in the quest of understanding yourself. Usually the longer an issue has been around, the longer it takes to get to the heart of the matter.
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How frequent is a therapy session?

Generally, therapy begins on a weekly basis but this is something that can be reviewed after a period of time working together.
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How long is a therapy session?

I see clients in my private practice for 50 minutes a session.
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What can I expect from my first session?

Our first session will last 50 minutes and you’ll be able to share what you’d like help with, and I can explain to you about the client therapist agreement.