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Sarah Worley-James

Sarah Worley-James is a BACP Senior accredited counsellor, supervisor and trainer with 25 years experience in the public, private and third sectors, and the author of Online Counselling: An Essential Guide. She is a Fellow and former chair of ACTO, and the Counselling Service Manager at Cardiff University. Sarah is passionate about online counselling and supervision, setting up the online service at Cardiff University in 2011 and publishing a series of articles about this in the BACP AUCC journal in 2017. She contributed to the BACP’s initial response to the COVID 19 pandemic in 2020 and has had a regular column about online counselling, ‘Cyberwork’, in the BACP Workplace journal since 2016. She has recently written and presented a session for the BACP CPD Hub on the impact of language on meaning making and the therapeutic relationship when working with depression in young people. Sarah’s counselling career began in the substance misuse field, where she first developed her teaching and supervision skills, going on to write and teach a BACP accredited counselling diploma, and online counselling and supervision diplomas.