Datepositive introduces a new feature – Ask the Counsellor.
Counsellor and life coach Frankie Hall, MBACP, DipCouns., DipEd., will answer two to three questions a month from Datepositive.net members.
This is a completely anonymous and confidential service. You do not have to identify yourself at all. To use the service, you simply need to be a member of the site. You must also provide your datepositive.net username.
How do I submit a question to Frankie?
To ask Frankie a question about any kind of emotional, relationship or psychological issue, you must be a member of datepositive.net.
Go to the Ask the Counsellor page, scroll down and use the form at the end of the page to submit your question to Frankie, or email it to email@example.com. Remember to include your username. The first questions will be answered in mid-May and will be posted on the blog in this section – Counselling Q&A section.
Whether or not you submit a question, you are invited to give your advice or opinion on questions sent to Frankie. The best answer will receive a free upgrade or extended time on the site.
Please note that datepositive.net reserves the right to edit questions for length and/or appropriate language.
About Frankie Hall
Frankie has a diploma in Humanistic Counselling and also in Eating Disorders. She is a member of the B.A.P.C. and, as such, abides by their code of ethics. She is also an Affiliated Practitioner for the National Centre for Eating Disorders.
Based in Kent, UK, Frankie owns Whitstable Counselling Services and specialises in these areas: depression, low self-esteem, panic attacks, PTSD, stress, transgender issues, and grief counselling. She uses mainly cognitive behavioural therapy as an approach to counselling. Frankie has also worked as a counsellor in a doctor’s practice and has been trained by the Women’s’ Resource Centre.
Frankie’s website is www.frankiehall.co.uk and she is available for private consultations. If you are interested in exploring counselling with Frankie contact her via her website.