Angela McCormack is an experienced and qualified Supervisor and Trainer and UKCP Registered Psychotherapist. She has a career history in both Business and Charity Management.
Following a successful career with Motorola Electronics, I moved into the not-for-profit sector and undertook various management positions including being a Director of ChildLine/NPSCC.
Alongside my current Psychotherapy, Supervision and Training roles, she has been an Independent Business Consultant in the Charity Sector since 2006.
I am a qualified, experienced and registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor and graduated from the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education CCPE, London, where I completed a five year Diploma course in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2006. The course, which specialises in Transpersonal Psychotherapy, is accredited with both the BACP and UKCP. My professional interest began in the early 1990s when I completed two years’ part-time study in Counselling Skills and Theory from CSCT.
I am also a qualified and experienced Supervisor and work with multiple Psychotherapists, Counsellors and others in the helping professions, overseeing and supporting the work they do with their clients.
I have been working with individuals and groups in counselling & psychotherapy since 1999. Over the years, I have worked with clients, young and old, on a wide range of issues including: depression, anxiety, stress, abuse, life-crisis, addiction, gender identity, self-harming, eating disorders, sexuality, grief, relationship problems, anger, mental health issues, personal growth and life-direction.
In addition to my private practice in Wellington, I work as Head of Counselling – Clinical Lead and psychotherapist for a Bristol-based charity with people who have been sexually abused, using both one to one and group-work. (www.the-green-house.org.uk)
I work as a clinical supervisor with SARSAS – a specialist sexual abuse service in Somerset.
Also, I have years of experience in co-facilitating a long-term psychotherapy group-work.
Additionally, I am a former Director of TAP (Taunton Association for Psychotherapy) a South West Based Charity providing continuing professional development opportunities for counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone interested in the helping professions.
Following an initial career working in electronic engineering, I took a theology degree and then moved into the charity/not-for-profit sector where I developed my management and business skills. For a number of years I was a Director of ChildLine the confidential telephone counselling service for children and young people. As well as being a volunteer counsellor for ChildLine for over five years, I have experience in recruiting and training counsellors for the telephone service. I was later employed as a director with and the NSPCC. In addition to my current practice as a therapist, I also work as an Independent Charity Consultant.
Professional Membership and Standards
I have professional membership of both UKCP and the BACP (MBACP). I have regular supervision with a very experienced supervisor and therapist, to ensure that I am working in a healthy and professional way at all times. I keep a fresh approach to my work by undertaking regular ongoing professional development opportunities (via workshops and training courses etc). I always work within the latest ethical frameworks of both UKCP and BACP.