Jasmer Chauhan. MA

Psychotherapist MA
Counsellor CPCAB
Clinical Supervisor OCN

My thoughts about the Therapy we provide here @ Clarity Thinking

Factors such as Relationship issues, affairs, family issues, stress and anxiety, depression, addictions etc. if not dealt with appropriately will cause the individual to experience extreme emotions that they may not be able to deal with, which could cause them and their loved ones ongoing issues and concerns.

If there’s something in your life that you would like to address, it is essential that you choose your therapist carefully, making sure that they have the right skills, experience and approach to guide you

Clarity Thinking was founded and managed by me,  Over many years, I have had extensive therapeutic experiences which has enabled me to help many people in resolving their personal issues. I am a fully qualified Psychotherapist, gaining a Masters degree from Middlesex University.

I am also a Therapeutic Counsellor who is a member of the B.A.C.P. (British Association of Counsellor and Psychotherapists), and I am currently in the process of completing the accreditation process as set down by the B.A.C.P. for experienced and qualified counsellors.

Although qualifications enable a therapist to practice in an ethical and safe manner, however, life experiences and continuous personal and professional development aid the therapist in ensuring that they are working to their client’s benefit. This is an aspect of our working model here at Clarity Thinking that we take extremely seriously.

How do I monitor my own professional maintenance?

I will frequently undertake extracurricular professional training for continuous professional development. This ongoing training helps to enhance the therapy I provided to my clients. It allows a greater understanding of the issues and concerns in the current context of society.  As an ethical requirement, I also undertake regular clinical supervision as a way of self-monitoring my work and thus ensure that my approach of working is of the highest professional level.

The premise behind setting up Clarity Thinking was to enable me to provide a dedicated and bespoke therapeutic approach for those requiring a private counselling service.

I offer my clients a calm, supportive and non-judgmental space where they can work process their feelings and move forward in a more positive and productive manner.

The practice is centrally located within a professional business working environment, where there is ample free on-site parking.

Training, qualifications & experience

I have studied extensively and qualified as a Psychotherapist through Middlesex University via The Society of Psychotherapy and Healing. Also through the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB). I am a fully qualified Therapeutic Counsellor.

If you would like to find out more about how we could work together then please do make contact,

mailto:j.chauhan@claritythinking.com

telephone – 07790 827259

Qualifications / Experience

OCN – Open College Network

  • Clinical Counselling Supervisor

B.A.C.P. – British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapist

  • Certificate of Proficiency

SOPH – The Society of Psychotherapy and Healing

  • M.A. in Psychotherapy and Healing

CPCAB – Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body

  • CPCAB Introduction to Counselling Course
  • CPCAB Counselling Skills Course
  • CPCAB Counselling Studies Course
  • CPAB Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

Experience:

  • Specialist Mental Health Practitioner @ CAMHS NHS
  • Clinical Lead @ CHUMS.
  • Oxford University, Brookes College; Course Tutor; Chrysalis Counselling Course.
  • Northampton University, Course Tutor; Chrysalis Counselling Course.
  • MIND @ Northampton
  • Service Six
  • CAN Partnership, Bedfordshire
  • Oasis Partnership, Aylesbury
  • CRI, Northamptonshire
  • NHS South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare Foundation – Inclusion
  • NHS CABS (Child Adolescent Bereavement Services), Bereavement Counsellor
  • HMP – Woodhill Prison, Wellingborough Prison, Counsellor
  • Turning Point Options, Substance Misuse Counsellor and Project Worker
  • Weavers Secondary School, Student Counsellor
  • Mind – Mental Health Care, Volunteer Counsellor
  • Founder and Facilitator Bedford BAPCA (The British Association for the Person-Centred Approach)
  • Bedford Open Door Youth Services, Volunteer Counsellor
  • Cruse Bereavement Services, Bereavement Counsellor
  • Kettering Youth Information Services, KYI, Counsellor

Member organisations

Accredited register membership