Lauren Sayers is a project manager at EASE Wellbeing overseeing the recruitment and training of the counselling team and has developed EASE’s training material and co-developed their clinical handbook. She is a Lead Researcher, co-publishing in the Hermeneutic Circular, the journal for the Society of Existential Analysis and the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. Lauren is a clinical assessor at EASE Wellbeing, ensuring our clients can access support quickly and effectively.
Lauren is an honorary counsellor at The Women and Girl’s Network where she offers therapy to women and girls who have experienced gendered based violence and abuse. She has previously volunteered for Childline as a counsellor for two years and volunteered in Bali with SLV charity supporting adults as well as children in schools and orphanages.
Lauren is currently completing a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling. In 2016 she completed a mental health first aid course and a foundation certificate in Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent’s University. In 2015 she graduated from the University of Reading with a first-class honours degree in Psychology. During her degree she volunteered for the National Autistic Society, working with a young adult with Autism on a one to one basis.
Publications by Lauren Sayers:
- What do clients want from talking therapy?
- Being and Doing
- Caldicott Guardians
- Physical and Mental Health Care
- Informed Consent
- Mental Capacity Act
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
- Achieving Excellence in Recovery Orientated Services
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