About

Fiona Gregory

Fiona is a UKCP registered person-centred psychotherapist with a special interest in trauma. She works predominantly with clients who are struggling with the complex long-term impact of adverse childhood experiences and abuse, as well as people who have experienced single traumatic events and are experiencing post-traumatic stress.

She holds an MSc in Contemporary Person-Centred Psychotherapy and Applications from Metanoia Institute and is also an EMDR practitioner. She has her own private practice in Surrey, volunteers for Mind as a therapist, and is the creator/facilitator of the Person-Centred Association’s Trauma Special Interest Group.

EMDR is a trans-diagnostic, integrative psychotherapy approach that is described by many as ‘intrinsically client-centred…
Workshop Details This session will explore how a person-centred theory understands trauma and how a…
Where there is chronic abuse in childhood, many learn to survive by dissociating from the…
Trauma is a highly dysregulating force and it impacts on the body in a plethora…
One of the issues facing therapists supporting Survivors of childhood trauma with dissociative identity disorder…
Workshop Details This workshop introduces the basics of a trauma informed approach to counselling. It…