Clinical Supervisor

Delrene Walker

Counsellor / Psychotherapist / Clinical Supervisor

About Me

Delrene Walker is a Counsellor and Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor at Cherry Tree Therapy Centre in Buckhurst Hill.

Delrene is a qualified and experienced Clinical Supervisor working with both trainees and qualified Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Delrene’s approach is integrative, which means that she draws from various counselling approaches in order to ensure that her clients are offered a treatment plan that is tailor-made to meet their individual needs. She works closely with each individual to identify areas of their lives that they would like to see changed. Delrene supports them to agree on goals and decide on a therapeutic plan to guide them on their journey to improved well-being.

“For most people, contacting a therapist for the first time can be really daunting. This may be because it’s the first time you have spoken to anybody about the difficulties you are experiencing and explained to someone else how these difficulties are making you feel. Somehow, talking about the problem can make it feel immediate and somehow more real. In my experience that first phone call, that first conversation can also leave you feeling relieved – you’ve shared the problem and are no longer on your own. You will find that I offer all of my clients a non-judgemental, safe, confidential space to explore the thoughts and feelings that have been causing them emotional pain, confusion or difficulty”.

Delrene Walker is an experienced, qualified, professional and a member of the BACP. Her post-qualifying experience has mainly been focused on the following areas:

Anxiety and depression, relationship breakdown, anger management, OCD, identity/cultural issues, substance misuse, sex and porn addiction, and general mental health issues.

Her practice has also benefited from 22 years of experience working with groups and individuals as a mental health practitioner/manager within residential and day centre settings.

Counselling approaches:

  • Person Centred Therapy.
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
  • Solution Focused (Brief Therapy).
  • Psychodynamic Approaches.


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