Andrew Pearce

Andrew Pearce

North East, North West

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Andrew Pearce is a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor with over 20 years experience and a Certified Trainer of NLP. His Practice includes supporting individuals and couples with a wide range of issues.

He also works as a personal and professional development coach often with senior managers & executives.

Andrew worked for M&S for 15 years in a range of HR roles in the UK and Irish Republic, latterly in the area of management development for the top 50 managers in the Northeast, often supporting managers through organisational change.
Prior to that he was a Commissioned Officer in the Royal Navy.

With his broad spectrum of professional expertise and understanding, he works in a wide variety of areas (including public & private sectors), particularly facilitating change with individuals & groups.
He is actively involved in Mediation, Critical Incident support and Collaborative Family Law and has experience with CPS RASSO teams.
Areas of particular interest include; the impact of change, building resilience, conflict resolution and working to destigmatise mental health and minimise it’s impact.

He has been interviewed on local & national radio and television on the subject of Life Balance and spoken at Oxford University & Newcastle MBA School about the impact of ambiguity & uncertainty on team dynamics and enabling resilience.

His aim is to increase choice for individuals and teams who want the freedom to be authentically who they really are.

He is married to Jane, a Psychotherapist who specialises in working with children & young people & they have 4 adult children. Andrew& Jane live & work at a smallholding on top of the North Pennines beyond the back of beyond & just this side of chaos!

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