Martin Weaver

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Constructive psychotherapy

UKCP registered
Anger Management, Anxiety, Body Dysmorphia/Body Image, Bullying, Cancer and Illness, Carer Support, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Couples Counselling, Depression, Dissociation, Divorce and Separation, Eating Challenges, Grief and Loss, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Relationship Counselling, Relationship Issues, Self-Harm, Self-Worth, Sexual Abuse, Sexuality, Spirituality, Stress, Suicidal Thoughts, Trauma, Work Stress and Burnout

‘Mindful Happiness – A 54 minute CD of guided meditations written for and released by Universal Music

Contributing author to: Davies, D. and Neal, C. (eds.) (2000) “Therapeutic Perspectives on Working with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients”. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Trauma Resilience Training, Survival techniques for those in harms’ way Weaver M. Biggart, F. Rapport 33; Spring Summer 2013 24-26 ANLP London

Trauma Resilience, Biggart, F and Weaver M. Counselling at Work Journal. Summer 2012; 73:2 4-11. BACP London

Trauma Resilience, Biggart, F and Weaver M. Healthcare: Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal. April 2012; 12:2 19-23. BACP London

An exploration of a research-based approach to the evaluation of client’s experience of Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy within a private practice making use of the CORE model. Current Research in NLP: Vol 1 (2009), pp. 69-85 London ANLP

Article in the UKCP journal “The Psychotherapist” issue 22 on plurality.
Guest editor of issues 37 (Spring 2008) & 24 (Autumn 2004)

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There are many forms of counselling and therapy but they are all simply ways of understanding what we want from our lives and how we might go about achieving those goals. Martin uses the established process of Neuro Linguistic Psychotherapy. This style of working examines how people understand the world around them, and he helps people create their own success by showing them how they achieved success in the past.

As we grow up we learn very quickly about how the world works and how it affects us. Unfortunately, we do not always come to the right conclusions and we do not always notice when things change. Without really noticing, we behave in ways that can be at best limiting and at worst harmful to us.

As we grow we may do some of the following

Make generalisations based on our experiences that do not always hold true.
Ignore information that we may not understand or do not want to know.
Try to ensure that what we do experience is re-shaped to support our view of things.

During his fifteen years working in the statutory and voluntary sectors, Martin has developed a wide range of skills and techniques. He works to ensure that the issues and concerns that you want to deal with are explored in a precise manner. The objective is to secure the changes that you want as quickly as you want them.

You can see more here on my YouTube Channel:

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