Mick Armstrong
Adv.Prof.Dip. in Psch'y, MNCS, MBA and Qualified Clinical Supervisor
Diploma in Transformational Coaching and Diploma in Neuro Linguistic
Programme methods.
Although Mick practices a Person Centred approach he is also an integrative counsellor. This means he can tailor his approach to an individual's needs by adopting the appropriate model be it person centred, psychodynamic or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).  He also practices Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) therapy. This is an innovative model that connects body and brain with internal resources to help the client move forward. This is especially effective for treating long held trauma.

He welcomes couples or others who are experiencing issues with relationships, for this he finds that Transactional Analysis can be particularly beneficial. Also available to deliver group support for critical incident support.
Your therapy journey will be given full attention and confidentiality is assured in a non-judgemental environment. Mick is ready to listen to your concerns and to support you through a recovery process so that you can move on to a better place both emotionally and psychologically. 

With a wide experience of life and extensive employment in a high pressure environment coupled with broad training and experience of teaching Psychotherapy Mick can offer a rounded, well informed approach that enables him to support people with:

  • Relationship issues
  • Any kind of trauma including Domestic abuse and PTSD
  • Emotional, physical, emotional or sexual abuse from childhood or in adulthood
  • Bereavement
  • Lack of confidence
  • Stress management
  • Self-harm, phobias
  • Critical incident support (group or individual sessions

Mick is also a trained Clinical Supervisor for other therapists, facilitates stress management sessions, and is a Lifestyle CoachMick is a fully qualified Transformational Life Coach and Mentor, the ethos in coaching is around achieving goals and working on the future, in that respect it’s different to therapy.  He enjoys supporting people through difficult circumstances, be that at work or in life in general and uses his mentoring and coaching skills to help  with issues such as:

  • Relationships at work
  • Performance or anxieties around managing time and people.
  • Stress management
  • Managing time and Prioritising
  • Leadership Skills
  • Softer management skills
  • Appraisals and managing poor performers

He also carries out couple coaching

With a wealth of life experience and success in many positions of management, teaching, staff support and counselling Mick looks forward to using his skills in coaching to support people through change. Skills like assertiveness and delegation can help to build proficiency at work, relationships and leisure.

After an initial assessment coaching can be a relatively short intervention to help you to start the improvements straight away and take advantage of ongoing support for 4 - 6 sessions to ensure life changes are embedded and effective.

He is already experiencing a lot of interest in this side of his practice and is looking to welcome people into Carlisle Therapies for face to face session.

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Or visit his counselling directory profile here.

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