Juliet Grayson is a psychotherapist, coach and teacher. Working as a psychotherapist since 1991, she specialises in working with couples and sexual problems. She also works with people who are facing a life-limiting diagnosis.
She designed and runs a twelve day programme, in six modules each of two days, which teaches therapists, counsellors, pyschologists, coaches and health professionals, how to work with relationship issues and sexual problems.
Juliet offers training to the corporate world, covering topics such as assertivness, stress management, communication skills, facilitation skills, negotiation skills, and coaching skills.
After many years of exploring different types of therapeutic systems, in 2001, Juliet discovered the Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP). She is passionate about this because it is so effective, enabling clients not just to learn to cope with their issues, but to be able to (in many cases) fundamentally shift and change them, so that they see the world differently. As yet, PBSP is not well known in the UK, and Juliet wants to change that.
Juliet is UKCP registered, NLPtCA accredited, NCIP accredited, and PBSP accredited as a psychotherapist. She is recognised by UKCP as a NLPtCA supervisor. She is also an accredited PBSP supervisor and one of the first PBSP accredited trainers in the UK. She has a private practice in South Wales. She is co-founder and chair of StopSO: the Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending. StopSO has a UK wide network of psychotherapists and counsellors who offer therapy in the community for those at risk of sexual offending or re-offending. The aim of StopSO is to help potential perpetrators in order to stop new victims of sexual abuse from being created, thus preventing damage and protecting society.
Juliet’s first husband (literally) built Barnfield Riding School, Parkfields Road, Kingston, Surrey, and Juliet ran this for some fifteen years, in the later years she ran Barnfield whilst training as a psychotherapist. Juliet has a chapter in her book called Juliet’s story when she writes about her journey from horses, through therapy (as a client) to becoming a therapist.
Juliet’s twitter name really sums up her values: @HelpingYouBeYou