Humanistic Integrative Therapist


Hello, and welcome to my website!

You are probably here because you may feel like you’re struggling  and are looking for support. Low mood, lack of confidence, past events, difficulty with relationships and many many other things can feel overwhelming. Taking the first steps to come to counselling isn’t easy at the best of times, but you made it this far! I can help you to start make more sense of the maze your feelings may appear to be and offer a safe and confidential space to do so. Please have a look at the other sections of my website for more details.

Best wishes,


the therapy

I am able to support you with a variety of difficulties

I work as a humanistic integrative therapist. Let me try to explain in a nutshell what this means. I believe you are unique, which means your experience of the world is also unique and I am interested in understanding this as well as I can. Humanistic integrative therapy encourages self-awareness and personal growth whilst acknowledging the potential impact of your past and present significant relationships as they can impact on your ability to find out what makes you tick; what’s right and what’s not right for you. Our early relationships can (often unconsciously) impact on us and our relationships in the present which can lead to feelings of unhappiness. We will be working at your pace, and I will be supporting you through this process without judging you. I won’t be telling you what to do, or make decisions for you as I believe you are the expert on your life.

‘Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom’

Viktor Frankl


I work with a range of conditions, I have listed below some of the more common conditions.

If what you may be struggling with is not listed, please feel free to contact me.





Affairs and betrayals







Emotional abuse


Family issues


Low self-confidence

Low self-esteem


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)


Relationship issues



Sexual abuse




Work related stress


Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

You may have noticed the terms counselling and psychotherapy are often used interchangeably.  Counseling usually focuses on a specific problem which is discussed in the present-tense, without too much attention on the role of your past experiences.

Psychotherapy often it has a longer duration than counseling and looks at patterns and recurring feelings in your life. The past and its impact on the present is explored with the aim to resolve the underlying issues which fuel ongoing complaints.

How many sessions will I need?

There is no minimum or maximum amount of sessions. How many you will need depends on your specific needs and you will not be tied into a contract for set number of sessions.

How long is each session?

Each session is 50 minutes long.

How often are the sessions?

Sessions take place weekly, on the same day and at the same time.

What if it isn't for me?

You may realise after starting counselling it’s not for you. This could be due to a variety of reasons. If you do, you can stop your session any time you want although it may be helpful for both of us if we can discuss this.

How much will it cost & how do I pay?

Each session costs £35 which will be payable at the start of the session. I currently accept cash or cheque. Electronic payments are not possible yet.

What do I do if I need to cancel a session? Or if I miss one?

Please notify me as soon as you can. I require a minimum of 48 hours notice.

Is your counselling room wheelchair accesible?

Unfortunately my room is on the first floor of a building which has no lift.

Are our sessions confidential?

Whatever we discuss together is confidential but there are some exceptions to this which mainly revolve around you, or someone else being at risk of serious harm or in the case of serious criminal offences. Should I feel circumstances are such I need to break confidentiality I will always aim to discuss this with you first.

Every counsellor is required by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) to attend regular supervision. This is to allow me to reflect on how I work. My supervision sessions are also fully confidential. Please feel free to ask me about this. 


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‘The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change’

 Carl Rogers

contact me

Please contact me using the form, or you can call me on the number shown.  I aim to answer as soon as I able to.  Many thanks

834 Yardley Wood Road
West Midlands
B13 0JE

07598 190 772

Nicolle Kerremans

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Call: 01455 883300
Tweet: @BACP
Text: 01455 560606