Jim Byrne is a Doctor of Counselling (from the University of Manchester, 2003-2009). His MA was in Education (from the Open University, 1994), and he has various certificates and diplomas in counselling and psychotherapy, including the Rusland Diploma in Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy.
Byrne has more than sixteen years’ experience in private practice as a counsellor/psychotherapist. He began as a Rational Therapist (REBT/CBT), but has subsequently developed his own integrative system, called Cognitive Emotive Narrative Therapy (CENT), which has roots in the cognitive-behavioural, the psychodynamic and the humanistic traditions of counselling philosophy.
Published: 07 May 2015
Last updated: 22 October 2016
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