Get to know our team
Tracey has been working as a counsellor since 2003 and has taught these courses previously at Westminster Adult Education Service and Brent Adult and Community Education Service. She is a graduate of the CPCAB progression courses and feels strongly that vocational counselling training offers a chance for people to send ripples into their communities that encourage people to have conversations and support each other’s growth.
Tracey is an accredited member of BACP.
Jo Patten-Walsh is a registered Member of BACP with experience of counselling within NHS Talking Therapies, a Sixth Form College and a Bereavement Counselling Charity. Additionally, Jo has established School Counselling projects and set-up several training projects for statutory and voluntary organisations, including obtaining funding. A qualified Teacher and Trainer, Jo is passionate about lifelong learning and being an educator. Before training as a Counsellor Jo taught English and PSHE in several secondary schools where she specialised in working with school-refusing young people and those with mental health difficulties plus those on the autistic spectrum. Jo is a qualified Clinical Supervisor and runs a small private counselling practice.
Kirsten has been working in customer service for 8 years. Currently studying for a degree in criminology. Kirsten is avaliable to answer all questions and queries on