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Oliver Ward, Counsellor – Accessible Online Counselling

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Membership Number: 756

Accessible Online Counselling allows you to access the benefits of ‘in person’ counselling in a familiar or comforting environment through technology that is also secure, confidential and effective.

Accessible Online Counselling is a chance to communicate your perspective and feelings to someone who is supportive, understanding and non-judgmental of you whilst you assess your behaviour and reactions in relation to yourself and others.

Accessible Online Counselling can be an opportunity to analyse what is going on for you without judgement and to help you to examine issues, either currently or in the past, and potentially make changes going forward.

I am a physically disabled Relate-trained counsellor and relationship specialist for individuals, couples and families. I concentrate on providing online counselling support through a secure webcam connection, exploring with you any emotional, behavioural, or psychological issues you want to discuss.

In 2018 I became wheelchair-bound and was keen that counselling should be available to all through a secure web connection, especially with COVID-19 restrictions.

Therapists Information
Counselling / therapy models / approaches:

I believe I practice integrative counselling with elements of the Systemic and Psychodynamic models.

Special Interests:

Disability issues
Carer issues
Ill health issues
Self - worth issues due to disability / ill health
Family relationship issues due to disability / ill health

Face to face training:

I have a MA in Relationship Therapy from the University of Hull in conjunction with the Relate Institute gained in 2017.

This was a 3 year part-time MA course,  which roughly split into one year study of psychodynamic theories, one year study of systemic theories and one year study of integrative theories with practical applications and a 3 year training and supervision placement at a Relate centre between 2014 – 2017.



Online training:

Online Counselling Services & Training (OCST) - OCST4
OCST is an approved ACTO Training Provider

Professional organisation memberships :

British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) - Member
Association of Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO) - Professional Member

Code of Ethics adhered to:

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP), the leading professional association for counsellors and adhere to their ethical standards as set out in their ethical framework. I am also a Professional Member of the Association of Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO), a prominent professional body for online counselling and I adhere to their ethical standards.

Description of my therapy services: After the initial contact, you would return to me a completed electronic copy of the Client Consent and Assessment Agreement. I will then contact you and we would arrange a mutually convenient time to meet online over a secure WebCam service (Vsee or Zoom). This first online assessment session is free. If we deem Accessible Online Counselling suitable and you have completed a Counselling Agreement, we would then meet at the same time over the WebCam, usually on a weekly basis or more frequently if you request.

Webcam, telephone


The initial assessment session is free but from then on session fees apply

Payment for your sessions

1 session – £55
4 sessions – £200
Session fees are currently £55 for each counselling hour.

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