Integrative Counsellor. Clinical Supervisor
Jo Cooke is a qualified Integrative Counsellor and clinical supervisor at the Cherry Tree Centre in Henley-on-Thames.
Jo uses Person Centred and Psychodynamic modalities which also underpins her supervision work. Jo is also a teacher with over thirty years of experience in working with children aged between 3 and 16.
‘Over the years, I have recognised the huge importance of a mutually trusting relationship in successfully supporting children and their families. This experience of helping others was my inspiration to start training to be a counsellor.
I am trained to work both online and face-to-face and am a member of and registered with the BACP. I abide by their ethical framework ensuring that I provide the best quality counselling for my clients.
I work with children, young people, and adults on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time, usually meeting once a week for an hour, with the aim of enabling you to enhance your life and to live it more fully.
My role is to help you explore your feelings and thoughts in a safe and secure space with someone you trust. I will always listen to you without any judgement. I work at your pace, so you are always in control of what you disclose and when. Counselling is not a quick fix, and as your counsellor, I can’t tell you what to do but I will always support you as you continue to explore the best solutions for yourself
It’s completely up to you how long you stay, and what you choose to talk about. Some people just want a handful of sessions to help them make an important decision, while others want, or feel they need, to stay much longer.’
- Dip in Clinical Supervision – SPC Online Training Academy
- Level 5 Counselling Young People – CPCAB
- Level 4 Therapeutic Counselling – CPCAB
- British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy – BACP