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Aaron Davis

Psychological Therapist

Aaron is a well qualified, highly experienced Therapist able to offer brief or longer term therapy.  

Find out more about Aaron's qualifications and experience by following the links below...



I graduated as a psychodynamic Counsellor in 2008 and whilst working in both an Agency setting and in private practice was granted the status of BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist in 2012. 

During this time I also worked for 5 years with CRUSE as a Bereavement Volunteer and completed their in house training and supervision programme gaining accreditation in bereavement work. 

My work has also included working in conjunction with the local NHS - Improving Access To Psychological Therapies Service (IAPT) - providing short- term counselling for a wide range of clients in Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.

During my career and also as a trainer of Psycho-dynamic Therapists, I have found it helpful to gain an understanding and appreciation of other therapeutic models like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) &  Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) to mention a few. 

My former career as a Speech & language therapist fits well with these more target focused and skills based approaches and also enables me to understand and work with communication that could be affected by Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), stroke or other conditions affecting communication. 

Over the last fifteen years I have been fortunate enough to gain experience working with numerous Organisations, Industries and Sectors as an Employee Assistance Counsellor.   This has brought me into contact with employees from the offshore industry, the NHS, Education, the Banking sector, the Police and Professional sports people to mention a few. 

Working with traumatic incidents, led me to train in Critical Incident Stress De-briefing, commonly employed to support staff in the days after a work place critical incident and often used to help identify people who could go on to suffer with symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

In 2013, I began further training as a Dynamic Interpersonal Therapist (DIT) for anxiety and depression with WPF Therapy, and in collaboration with the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, and in 2015 I was granted the status of accredited Dynamic Interpersonal Practitioner by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC).  Dynamic approaches start from the premise that how we feel is very much linked with the quality of our relationships and seeks to help people understand what is playing out in this aspect of their life. 

Latterly, I also act as a director on the board of a local community interest company (CIC) offering open-ended therapy to adults in Yarmouth and Waveney.  I work with ex servicemen and women as a Mental Health Therapist with Walking With The Wounded and have an interest in the impact of being in service, psychological issues that may be the result of combat or exposure to war zones and the unique issues faced by veterans when transitioning out of the services.

As a therapist my experience enables me to offer short term therapy focusing on understanding and working on specific problems and behaviours, that may, in part, be caused by external events, or longer term therapy that provides a more in depth exploration of personality and the roots of distress. 

When you have problems or are in distress it helps to talk about it.  I have a strong belief in the importance of developing a sense of security in the therapy relationship as a vehicle for change; and of working collaboratively in order to help develop understanding, insight and choice. 


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