About Dan Harwood-Stamper
Dan is a fully qualified member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and works within their ethical framework to ensure client work is always safe and ethical. He is an integrative psychotherapist, having studied the main approaches to therapy (psychodynamic, person centred, and CBT) which gives the opportunity to draw on theory from these approaches and provide therapy tailored to each clients’ needs. He has training in DBT and DBT group skills, and continues to further his knowledge in this field.
Dan believes the single most important factor in any therapy is the client/counsellor relationship, and works to establish an open and trusting relationship with his clients, which provides a solid foundation for clients to explore difficult thoughts and emotions safely, in an empathic, non judgemental environment.
Dan Harwood-Stamper's Experience
Alongside his work at Home Counties Therapy, Dan is also engaged by a local authority Educational Support Centre, providing talk therapy to young people and their families who are experiencing difficulties within the mainstream school system. He has also worked with survivors of serious sexual abuse and assault, and has extensive experience working with vulnerable children and young people in residential care.