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Welcome to my feedback page

 

Here you will find feed back from people I have worked with. Please take a read through and contact me if you have any questions.

 

If you would like to leave feedback please use the feedback form below.

 

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Thank you for your valuable feedback!

TM

By balancedlifestyles, Jun 12 2017 03:25PM

Since going through therapy sessions with you, the things we spoke about are now (as you would say) filed under resolved. My life is most certainly going in a good direction. All is left for me to say now is simply, thank you. I can now look forward to my future with confidence rather than nervousness.

AMM

By balancedlifestyles, Apr 6 2017 05:18PM

If someone had said to me a year and a half ago that I would end up in front of a counsellor, I would have told them they must be crazy… However, I ended up sitting in front of Thom in a moment of crisis and found myself on an insightful, thought provoking and invaluable journey! In a safe environment, Thom allowed me to explore who I am by raising my awareness of what goes on behind my ‘face of flippancy’. Through listening, reflecting and often humour, Thom helped me to understand who I am and supported me as I made some very difficult decisions in my life. So, a massive thank you Thom for being there for me through this process. Metaphoric slice of cheesecake attached for your enjoyment!!! 

By balancedlifestyles, Jun 3 2016 08:46AM

Over time Thom your acceptance has shown me that there is no shame in being exactly who I am in the world. I became brave enough to notice and name my emotions, sometimes even without judgement! I thought that I would get fixed somehow by talking with you but I now realise that I was never broken.


For me this has been an incredibly healing process. I feel more at peace with myself and able to fail sometimes without this being shattering. I remember once reading about therapists and clients and debates about 'therapeutic touch'. I realised that I have often felt more comfort from being heard, felt more safely held in our sessions, than I ever could be by a hug or a pat on the back.


Thank you Thom, you have been a huge part of my adventures and I will miss you.




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