Accredited Registrant Member of The National Counselling Society
A FULLY ACCREDITED Psychodynamic Psychotherapist
Advanced Diploma in Emotional Therapeutic Counselling.
Post Graduate Certificate in Emotional Education (PGCEE).
CERTIFIED FETC COUNSELLING SUPERVISOR.
Certificate holder and widely experienced in Inner Child Therapy
Registered Volunteer at NHS University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire.
Enhanced DBS Certificate for work with young and vulnerable people (Formerly CRB)
Registered with the Counselling Directory
Registered with BARK Online Counselling
Who is Paul Roebuck?
Dad, Son, Husband, Sibling, Friend, Confidant, Ally, Fellow-Journey-Person.
To help people realise their real potential and lead rewarding and fulfilling lives.
By improving mental and emotional wellbeing in society, the workplace, and at home.
These are my professional roles.
Counsellor / Therapist:
You’ll be assured of a warm welcome and confidential place to get to the bottom of, and overcome what’s troubling you.
I pay attention to people’s behaviour for a living. In the counselling chair, at my events, and through painstakingly monitoring developments in Neuropsychology.
Improving mental and emotional wellbeing by teaching emotional education (EQ) classes in the public and private sector and to the general public.
Speaking, Presenting & Training:
Think Brian Cox for granularity mixed with Tony Robbins for Passion. Delivered in the style of Norman Wisdom.
Ambassador of the Mouth Cancer Foundation, and an NHS University Hospitals Coventry and Warwick Care in the Community Volunteer.
My live by’s:
The way we see the problem is the problem. Covey.
If you think you can or you think you can’t you’ll be right. Ford.
Insanity is repeating the same patterns and expecting a different result. Albert.
Trust the process. Jean Bond
People are always blaming circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in that. The people who get ahead in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want; and if they cant find them, make them. George Bernard Shaw.