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Breathing Space Mediation came into being as Sara began to explore the fusion of her therapeutic skills with her legal knowledge and background.
The journey has led to the development of a Breathing Space where experienced experts can help you to resolve the untangling of a past relationship and create something new and different. A space with the opportunity to heal from the relationship and move forward with hope and confidence into a new life chapter.
The dandelion logo represents the ending of the old and the beginning of something new. She wanted Breathing Space to be a space in which people had a chance to pause. To explore how they can create something different for themselves and their family as they move through and beyond the separation process.
Sara`s core life values are creativity, kindness, compassion and mindfulness. These values are woven into the fabric of Breathing Space Mediation and guide how we approach every aspect of the services we offer. We offer our services to people in Peterborough and London. So, we hope you feel that you know a little more about Breathing Space but if you would like to know more about the business do not hesitate to contact us. Below is a little about who works with us as part of our team of experts.
Is the owner and founder of Breathing Space Mediation. Prior to this role, she worked as a Child and Family Solicitor for nearly 20 years. Dealing with all forms of complex children and financial matters. Sara was on the Law Society Child and Family expert panels as a recognised expert in divorce and family law and a member of Resolution. Sara was a Trustee of a multi-academy educational trust for many years and advisor to the board of the Mindfulness Association. She has spent a decade working directly with young people and adults in a mentoring, coaching and therapeutic capacity. A Mindfulness teacher, ACT Therapist and Life Coach. She has undergone extensive training and is a member of the Association of Coaching, Mindfulness Association and the Association of Contextual Behavioural Science. She is fully insure and accredited. She has had the honour of a varied and eclectic people-centred career and has a tremendous amount of life experience that now sits behind her Mediation and Emotional Support Service. She is a member of the Family Mediation Association and Family Mediation Council and a fully trained and insured Family Mediator. When you choose Breathing Space for your Mediation and emotional needs, Sara would really like you to feel that you are in safe, caring and experienced hands.
Is an expert in working therapeutically with children and teenagers. She has over six years of experience working in inner London schools with young people with complex and challenging needs.
She graduated from the Institute of Arts in Therapy & Education (IATE) in 2015 with a diploma. She is an accredited member of UKCP. After her diploma, Deborah did her MA in Child, Adolescent and Family Therapy. She trained at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE). She is fully insured and as a professional therapist is supported by a clinical supervisor.
She works with children and adolescents aged 5-21 years. Her work is integrative, and the sessions focus on the needs of the child or adolescent. This could include the use of arts, play, psycho-education and CBT. The therapeutic space allows the young person to express themselves in a way that works best. The illustrated books in the room relate to their issues, as well as miniature symbolic toys. These symbols create stories through which to work through difficult emotions. Deborah has many years of experience of meditation and will if appropriate bring that into the work that she does.
Deborah has a private practice space in London at 2a Prebend Street, Islington, London N1 8PT (closest tube: The Angel). Please visit our contact page for her direct contact details or for further information take a look at her website at http://www.plastikprizm.co.uk
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