In 2002, Joe began his therapeutic practice in Bury St Edmunds with one of the UK's leading rehabilitation services of the time; Focus12. Here he developed his specialism in 1 to 1 counselling, group therapy facilitation, art therapy, guided meditation and therapeutic workshops.
Then to Newmarket and The Jockey Club in 2006. Joe worked with individuals and governing bodies for over 10 years, developing a culture of recovery and support in British Horseracing. Harnessing the experience of the industry's workforce, he conceived and developed Thoroughpeutics >; a bespoke programme of equine assisted therapy for racing's people.
Joe next became a member of the Cambridge based JHD Counselling and Tutoring Team in 2017. This practising and teaching organisation provides counselling to Cambridge University Colleges, supporting a unique community of people studying at the highest level of world academics.
Alongside this role in another university city, he practiced as a member of Oxford CBT, bringing the model of ACT [Acceptance Commitment Therapy] to this established clinical team.
Then in 2019, Joe began work with the prominent Cambridge charity; Wintercomfort for the homeless. Steered by people accessing support from the charity, they have developed a tailored and flexible approach to talking therapy.
And now part of the therapeutic community in the North of Ireland since 2020, deepening his partnership work there with Tony Adam's charity SIX MHS, the doors are open to Joe's own practice;
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