Interim Programme Leader - Counselling
+44 (0) 1978 293060
Prior to joining Glyndwr University, I worked within the business/commercial world, focused on commercial funding, now bringing my background within the commercial world to my interests in counselling and mental health within businesses.
Having qualified through the Diploma programme at Glyndwr I was invited back to join the team, initially as a sessional lecturer and now working across the Diploma and Introductory courses.
I continue to work in private practice as a counsellor, working exclusively with adult clients.
My research interest include:
Perception of and Barriers to Counselling and Mental Health in the Business Community.
Person-Centred approaches to teaching
Pluralistic Approaches to Counselling
BA (Hons); Dip HE Person Centred and Experiential Counselling & Psychotherapy
Dip HE Modules COU416/417/418/419/420/421 & COU516/517/518/519/520/521
COU423 Introduction to Counselling
Jackie has recently undertaken an invitation to review books in the field of working with children. She has completed reviews on the following text:
Infant research and adult treatment' by Beatrice Beebe and Frank M. Lachmann (2014)
Skills in Counselling and Psychotherapy with Children and Young People by Lorraine Sherman (2014)