Radost Ruseva, Psychological Therapist
2018: MSc (Master of Science) Advanced Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (Counselling Children and Young People; Bereavement and Loss; Expressive Therapies; Research Methods), University of Salford – in progress
2018: BSc (Bachelor of Science) Counselling and Psychotherapy: Professional Practice, University of Salford – First Class Honours
I am a Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
Apart from providing counselling at the Adult Community Eating Disorders Service at Oakwood, I am a school counsellor at Place2Be where I use an integrative child-led model, incorporating play therapy, psychodynamic and child-centred therapy to support primary school children with a range of issues.
I previously worked at Rochdale and District Mind and Side by Side Counselling as a volunteer counsellor providing counselling sessions to clients presenting with a range of difficulties.
Furthermore, I have worked at Women’s Housing Action Group (WHAG) as a domestic abuse counsellor where I saw women who are homeless or who are at risk of homelessness, and women who have experienced domestic abuse, alcohol and substance misuse or abuse.
How I work
Person-centred counselling is the core foundation of my work – I provide a safe, non-judgemental, warm space. However, I also use different theories and approaches like CBT-E and Expressive Therapies to inform my practice and suit individual needs.
My interests include eating disorders, trauma, abuse, EMDR and CBT.