From Tuesday 26th April 2016 – you'll be able to book coaching and therapy sessions with me at my practice at The Elysian Centre in Rye, East Sussex.
I have been a psychotherapist and coach for over 20 years – and I am delighted to join with other professionals at the Elysian Centre which will be a lively hub offering homoeopathy, cranial osteopathy, zero balancing, shiatsu, reflexology, yoga – and psychotherapy.
As a therapist (or counsellor), I help children and adults overcome debilitating symptoms – including stress, low self-esteem, burnout, anxiety, depression, trauma, anger or addictive behaviour – without unduly dredging up the past, or needing to commit to lengthy sessions of therapy or medication. Find out more about my one-to-one work and approach.
With an exceptional choice of treatments, The Elysian Centre will be an inter-disciplinary centre of healing, well-being and information for people in East Sussex and the south-east as a whole. They will also host talks and workshops – which I will be contributing to with sessions on parenting and the creative mind.
Where is The Elysian Centre?
It is in the heart of the beautiful and historic town of Rye in East Sussex. I will be working from a beautifully refurbished private studio.
The Elysian Centre, 18 Cinque Ports Street, Rye TN31 7AD
When to book an appointment?
How to book an appointment
To book a session or to explore working together, please get in touch with me via my website contact page here. Or call on 01233 861468.
Please call to discuss how I can help you at anytime!
Renée van der Vloodt ( M.A. , FHGI ) is a psychotherapist and coach – and has had a private practice for over 20 years, which is now based between Woodchurch (Ashford), Kent and the Elysian Centre in Rye, East Sussex.
Renée is the author of the CD Calm the Chaos of the Creative Mind and works with children and adults as a coach and therapist to help them overcome life's challenges and emotional difficulties including stress, burnout, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anger or addictive behaviour.