An Accredited Psychotherapist and Counsellor, Robert has worked with The Jeremy Kyle Show and is a magazine agony uncle. His specialities include relationship problems like affairs, separation, divorce and Internet use.
Relationship problems: affairs, separation, divorce, Internet use - dating sites, use of pornography.
Work related problems - bullying, redundancy, stress Anxiety
Bereavement - loss of loved ones (including pets)
Self Esteem and Confidence issues
Robert Heaven is a BACP Accredited Psychotherapist / Counsellor with over 15 years experience of working with individuals, groups and couples.
Robert offers Counselling for many of life's difficulties and problems. He also offers specialist help with relationship difficulties, sexuality, use of pornography, transgender issues.
Robert has worked with and provided services to many Corporate clients including; American Express, Police & Emergency Services, Queen Alexandra Hospital Homes, British Airways, Virgin Airways, ITV (Jeremy Kyle Show)
Robert writes for a number of magazines as the ”agony aunt” and he also writes and produces training material. He is a former lecturer in counseling skills at Eastbourne College of Higher Education.
His Professional training includes Post graduate level qualifications in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (University of Sussex); Group Analysis (Tavistock Clinic) and a number of other counseling Diploma/Certificate level trainings including Marital and Relationship Counselling (Relate), Transactional Analysis.
Robert's Experience includes:
Private Practice since 2003
Relate Counsellor (Senior) 1998 -
Sussex Police Counsellor 2005-
University of Sussex Psychological and Counselling Service 2002-2005
Rock Clinic Brighton 2004-6
Sussex Medical Chambers 2003-2008
Queen Alexandra Hospital Home Worthing 2007-
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