Rebekah Golds-Jones is a Specialist 999 Psychotherapist, Certified EMDR Therapist, Trauma Therapist, Ecotherapist, Counselling / Psychotherapy Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor and PhD student (Psychotherapy), with 28 years experience in mental health services (NHS and private), working with very complex clients and liaising with multi-disciplinary teams.

Rebekah is a fully qualified Debrief and Critical Incident Practitioner and has attended major incidents to provide debrief (such as big fires, train/plane crashes, terrorist attacks etc.).

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Qualifications:

2021 - The Grove, London - Diploma in Trauma Therapy (ends 2021)

2020 - University Central Lancashire - DProf (PhD) Psychotherapy Studies (ends 2025 or sooner)

2020 - The Grove, London - Diploma Individual and Group Supervision

2020 - KRTS International - ICISF Accredited CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) 

2019 - OCST, UK - ACTO Approved Diploma in Online Counselling

2019 - Big Teacher, UK - L3 AET Teaching Qualification

2018-19  EMDR Centre, London – Full qualification in EMDR Therapy – Levels 1,2,3 

2018-20  University of Brighton - MSc Psychotherapy (with Merit)

2018 - Open College, UK - Diploma Supervision Studies (with Distinction)

2018 - Tavistock Clinic, London - PG Cert Systemic Approach in Individuals, Couples and Families (with Merit)

2015 -17  University of Brighton - PG Dip Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counselling (with Merit)

2013 - Smart Foundations, UK - Advanced Post Graduate Diploma – Instructor of Meditation, Mindfulness and Relaxation

2010 - Open University - Individual degree modules: Child Development – Grade 2 pass; Psychology Research Project – Grade 2 pass                                                

2002 - University of Brighton - NA311 (ENB 997/8) - Managing Learning Through Mentorship / Supervision - Level 3: Grade A/B

2000 - The University of Portsmouth - DUAL PRACTITIONER AWARD – Registered Nurse MH, Diploma in Social Work, BA (Hons) Health and Social Care

Why Recovery Through Nature (RTN)?

I can see that we hold a shared passion for providing the best quality mental health care and psychoeducative input that enables people of all walks of life to be better informed and fundamentally more in touch with their mental health needs.

Ecotherapy is a lifeline for the human race that is recognised far too little in the UK and often is dismissed as something that can not be therapeutic – yet the results I have seen in clients I have worked with are nothing more than incredible. To find another service that value nature as I do, is wonderful.