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About Emma Marshall

I am a fully qualified and experienced Person Centred Counsellor and Psychotherapist and a Practitioner Member (MCMA) of The Complementary Medical Association (CMA). I have extensive experience working privately and within the voluntary sector with adults and young people aged 13+.


I have volunteered for a local youth agency since 2011, in various roles, as a drop-in volunteer, counsellor, counselling co-ordinator and school counsellor within a Buckinghamshire Secondary School. I have practised privately in High Wycombe since 2014 and I am a Domestic Abuse Champion for the charity Reducing the Risk of Domestic Abuse.


As a Practitioner Member, I abide by The Complementary Medical Association Code of Ethics for good practice. For the full wording please see I hold full Liability Insurance and a clear Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS) check.


I believe in the principle of good practice so regularly attend training courses and seminars to keep up to date with the latest theories and ways of working. Recent ones include;


  • Centre of Excellence Autism Awareness Diploma

  • Working with suicidal thoughts and suicide prevention, self-harm, low self-esteem and resilience

  • Understanding Parental Alienation and Narcissistic Parents

  • Level 1 Introduction to Domestic Abuse,

  • Domestic Abuse and the effects on Children,

  • Alcohol Abuse and Addiction Awareness

  • The Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Adult Survivors

  • A Karma Nirvana talk on Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage

  • Supporting young transgender people

  • Trauma, Dissociation and Recovery

  • Level 1 & 2 Child Protection and Safeguarding

  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

  • Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors with Janina Fisher Ph.D.

  • Counselling clients who are Pre-Trial

  • Online Integrating Care, Depression, Anxiety and Physical Illness with Kings College, London

  • The Psychophysiology of PTSD and Trauma with Babette Rothschild

  • Prevent training for young people at risk of extremism and radicalisation

  • Perinatal Loss and the effects on the couple and the next generation

  • Exploring the Sibling Matrix

  • Reducing the Risk Domestic Abuse training including economic, technology, digital and financial abuse and predatory marriage, elder abuse, coercive control, narcissistic abuse, child and adolescent to parent abuse and domestic abuse within the LGBTQ+ communities.

  • Understanding Muslim Mental Health with Cardiff University

  • The Profile Abilities of Girls with Autism with Professor Tony Attwood

  • Managing Anxiety in Girls and Women with Autism with Professor Tony Attwood

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