People of Worth Counselling and Psychotherapy

Offers bespoke, expert therapy throughout the North West.
Including: Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Bolton, The Fylde Coast, Pendle, Preston and Rossendale.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Blackburn, Lancashire with easy access to the M65.

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People of Worth Psychotherapy

‘People of Worth’ Psychotherapy is situated in a unique location in an area of outstanding natural beauty in East Lancashire.

The Windmill Theraputic Space,
The Winch House,
133 Belthorn Road, Belthorn

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Imogen HG Johnson

My Story

Imogen empowers and inspire’s individuals to stop secretly struggling, and to start living in alignment within themselves, ‘Feeling Free To Be Themselves’, so that they can start to reach their own potential.  She works to a trusted methodology that removes all blind spots, fear, anxiety, and self-doubt. Allowing her clients to make accurate decisions, smarter, so they maximize their own personal results in less time, feeling “free to be themselves” living the choices and life they were meant for!

As an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist trained to Masters Level; Imogen utilises her extensive skills set of Person Centred Practice, Life Story work, Gestalt Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (CBT informed), combined with Transactional Analysis.

‘My work is ethical, confidential and non judgemental’.

In short, this your process, and it would be my pleasure to walk by your side’.

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My Story

Imogen HG JohnsonImogen empowers and inspire’s individuals to stop secretly struggling, and to start living in alignment within themselves, ‘Feeling Free To Be Themselves’, so that they can start to reach their own potential.  She works to a trusted methodology that removes all blind spots, fear, anxiety, and self-doubt. Allowing her clients to make accurate decisions, smarter, so they maximize their own personal results in less time, feeling “free to be themselves” living the choices and life they were meant for!

As an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist trained to Masters Level; Imogen utilises her extensive skills set of Person Centred Practice, Life Story work, Gestalt Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (CBT informed), combined with Transactional Analysis.

‘My work is ethical, confidential and non judgemental’.

In short, this your process, and it would be my pleasure to walk by your side’.

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People of Worth

The Windmill Theraputic Space

Healing & Emotional Evolution

Areas of Counselling

My approach to therapy is ‘relational’, ‘integrative’ and ‘dynamic;’ geared towards evolving. Here are just a few areas of experience:

Abuse

It is recognised that there are many different types of abuse; physical, sexual, psychological, emotional, neglect, acts of omission, organisational and institutional. Any behaviour towards someone that causes deliberate harm or upset can be considered abuse. At‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’, abuse can be explored safely and empathetically.

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Addictions

Substance misuse, sex, gambling, criminality, shopping, food, alcohol, cleaning, internet addictions and others which are less common and not listed here, refer to difficulties in controlling certain repetitive behaviours to the extent that they have harmful consequences. At ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ all of these can be explored safely and confidentially with aim of introducing healthier, more effective ways of coping.

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Anxiety

‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ acknowledges anxiety as being characterised by feelings of worry, fear and unease. Typically, it incorporates both the emotional and physical sensations; and is often associated with acute and chronic traumatic events (PTSD), all of which can be explored within a safe, therapeutic setting.

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Bereavement

If you have experienced the death of someone who was important to you, you might be finding it difficult to adjust to the changes happening in your life.

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Bullying

Gas lighting, organisational, institutional and cyber bullying are all characterized by repeated and unwanted behaviours with the intent to hurt another person, physically or emotionally.At ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ feelings that bullying may provoke such as fear, guilt, shame, anger and low self esteem can be challenged and effectively dissipated.

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Cancer

Regardless of whether it’s yourself, a family member or a friend, a cancer diagnosis can bring difficult and painful feelings.

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Discrimination

Discrimination is recognised as the act of making unjustified distinctions between human beings based on theirage, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, sexual identity or other ‘categories’ to which they are perceived to belong. Individuals who have been discriminated against be that indirectly (prejudice) or directly (harassment) can address this at ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’.

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Dissociation

When individuals dissociate, they become disconnected from themself and the world around them. ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ helps clients to recognises when they may feel detached from their body or feel as though the world around them is unreal. Everyone’s experience of dissociation is different. Dissociation is one of the many ways the mind copes with too much stress, such as during acute or chronic traumatic events.

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Self-Confidence

Individuals who trust their own judgment and abilities, and value themselves regardless of imperfections or of what others may believe about them possess Self Confidence.‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’supports clients through an exploration of what may be impacting their ability to trust their own judgements; guiding them back to a place of self-integration and knowing.

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Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is positive regard, which comes (in part) from other’s approval. Individuals may or may not be able to control this.If they experience a lot of criticism or rejection from other people, their self-esteem can suffer unless they support it in other ways. In such instance, clients of ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ can explore low self-efficacy, safely and confidentially, with the aim of healing the aspects of their self which have become fragmented, and are lacking in worth.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) involves intrusive and obsessional thoughts, often followed by compulsive urges.

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Stress

Stress is our body’s response to pressures from a situation or life event. What contributes to stress can vary from person to person and differs according to our social and economic circumstances, the environment we live in and our genetic makeup. Common stressors include change, experiencing something new or unexpected. ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ aims to assist clients in reasserting control over things that may be threatening their sense of self and triggering a fight, flight or freeze instinct.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that some people develop after being involved in (or witnessing) something traumatic.

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Relationship Problems

A strong relationship requires constant care and communication.Certain traits have been shown to be especially important for fostering healthy relationships. Individuals needto feel confident that their partner is willing to devote time and attention to them. Both also need to be committed to accommodating their differences, even as those change over time. ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ can offer a space to explore any emotional break down of relational communication.

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Self-Harm

Self-Harm is any act of self-poisoning or self-injury carried out by an individual, irrespective of their motivation. Commonly this involvescutting, medication or purging. A wide range of mental health problems are associated with self-harm, including borderline personality disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and drug and alcohol-use disorders. Usually, these are triggered by stress, guilt, bullying, low self-efficacy and a loss of control. ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ provides clients with the safety and confidentiality to address such behaviours.

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Sexuality

LGBTI individuals have been found to have an increased risk of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, homelessness, self-harming and suicidal thoughts, compared with the heterosexual population. This is particularly true of young LGBTI individuals,struggling to come to terms with their sexual orientation and who may be experiencing victimisation, prejudice, discrimination or bullying. ‘People of Worth Psychotherapy’ supports clients at all stages of accepting and embracing their sexual identity, to explore their preferences and gender assignment in the safety of a confidential and non-judgmental setting.

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Experience

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With industrial and steampunk influences combining bespoke craftsmanship and breath-taking views, The Windmill Therapeutic Space offers you a chance to go on a journey of ‘the self;’ to find a place of acceptance and peace in the core of your being.

People of Worth Psychotherapy

As the founder of People of Worth, Psychotherapist Imogen HG Johnson offers one to one therapeutic sessions, encompassing her extensive training and breadth of experience.

(Criminal Justice System, the NHS, Public- Private Law, Private Practice and in Education).

Trained to Masters Level in Integrative Psychotherapy, in her practice Imogen combines psychodynamic techniques of:

Life Story Journeys

Gestalt Chair Dialogues

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing

(for Acute & Chronic Trauma)

Cognitive Interweaves of Inner Child Works

(Penny Parks)

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What counselling can give you

Some of the positive benefits that people have experienced after engaging in People of Worth Psychotherapy

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