Hello, I’m Debbie Dean,
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Audrey Ellis Anderson and I live in Hemel Hempstead. I started my career as a primary teacher in 1998 and taught in various schools. I also worked in London as an Inclusion Advisory Teacher. In 2005, I started working as a Behaviour Support Teacher and then became Head of that Service in which I worked for 5 years. I also worked in many special schools supporting pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties. I then went on to work for the Local Authority. My job involved supporting vulnerable pupils and their parents, class teachers and whole school support. I also facilitated training to Newly Qualified Teachers, my expertise being behaviour management and supporting vulnerable pupils.
I am Wendy Blenman, a London-based Experienced Qualified Integrative Counsellor, Clinical and Reflective Supervisor, Mentor and Coach, Lecturer, Workshop Leader, and CPCAB Trainer working in Private Practice. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN).
Working interculturally, I am passionate about supporting young people and families presenting with issues such as relationships, trauma, bereavement, and loss. I also bring an intuitive, holistic approach to my work.
There’s no shame in admitting that, once in a while, when you get home, you feel exhausted. At that moment, the last thing you want to do is spend another two hours of your day making dinner.