MSc | PGdip Couns
Becky Wright has over 12 years of experience as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach. Her field has been exceptionally broad, including the arts, business, education and health, as well as the military, police and probation services. She has a Diploma in Counselling and holds a Master of Science Degree in Counselling Research awarded by the University of Bristol. She is a Senior Accredited member of BACP and the Association for Coaching. She served on the BACP Coaching Executive board for a year. She also supervises counsellors at her Taunton based practice.
Becky has a high profile within her industry; as well as being a presenter at conferences, she has been shortlisted for the Cosmopolitan Woman of Achievement Awards 1999, co-winner of the Innovation in Training Award 2000 (Pavilion Publishing) and Fellowship Winner 2004 with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. She has published her own research and been featured in Psychologies and Cosmopolitan magazine. Becky is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Manufacturing.
Becky brings to her work an exceptional insight. She has a talent for ‘keying into’ clients’ issues, and an open, natural and articulate communication style. She is highly practical, and believes that to effect lasting change in your life, you need to start at the core – by building self-awareness and self-belief. Her track record, both in the business community and among private individuals, is exceptional.
Becky presented her work entitled “Anger management through peer education a new approach” at the Howard League Conference for Penal Reform. In 1998 she presented a similar workshop at the NACROS conference in Sheffield entitled Youth 2000. Becky also became a finalist in the Cosmopolitan Woman of Achievement Awards in 1999 for her work in education. In 2000 she was co-awarded the, “Innovation in Training Award,” by Pavilion Publishing for her co-authored pack entitled, “ Get Sorted with Drugs & Alcohol.” In June 2011 she presented at the first BACP Coaching Conference. In May 2013 she presented at the Open Innovation event at Dillington.
Becky charges £50 per session for counselling you can pay via card