Welcome to my blog Counselling for Dancers.
My name is Terry Hyde, I had a career as a dancer in both ballet and musical theatre and then went on to teach and choreograph. Therefore, I have an understanding of what a performer goes through in addition to life’s normal ups and downs.
I am now a psychotherapist/counsellor and I have private practices in Brighton and Hove, Southampton and on the Isle of Wight. In addition, I carry out sessions via Skype and on the phone. The highest qualification I hold is an MA in Psychotherapy and Healing Practice validated by Middlesex University. I’m a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and abide their rules for Ethical Practice.
My blog, Psychotherapy/Counselling for Dancers, contains articles by me and guests, as well as links to websites that I feel would be helpful to my readers. These will be specific to, but not entirely unique to, dancers.
I hope you find these articles interesting in my ballet blog. I look forward to any questions and feedback. If you wish to contribute to this ballet blog please send me your articles. If any of the articles or links I post hit home with you and you want to talk to me please use the ‘contact me’ form. To book an assessment or sessions, or to find out more, please contact me via my website, Counselling for Dancers or complete one of the ‘contact me’ forms on these ballet blog pages.