Rochelle Newington

My background in the NHS, dentistry and health care, children and families and experience with mental health, special needs, addiction, anxiety, depression, loneliness, relationship difficulties, bullying, parenting, bereavement & abuse have developed my skills and understanding in these and other areas. I am able to provide a safe, confidential and professional service, offering empathy and compassion without judgement. I offer dedicated supportive time and space for you to be listened to without compromise, to gain new perspectives on yourself, your interactions with others, or work through any concerns or difficult experiences.


I believe that our therapeutic relationship can support you through these difficult processes and help you identify areas of difficulty, past and present, supporting you to move forward and discover new perspectives and healthier ways to cope with future difficulties.


With Continued Professional Development in bereavement, addiction, working with children, trauma and group work, I am committed to maintain and continually build my professional skills to offer clients. With experience working at Edgware Hospital, Barnet Young Person Service, Cruse Bereavement Service, Norwood Adult Service, and Perry Clayman Project, as well in client’s homes, Skype & telephone services. I have worked with men, women, young adult adolescents.

Rochelle Newington Counselling in Hertfordshire
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My Approach

I choose to work as a Person-Centred Therapist, a talking therapy that works with you as a whole person with emotional and physical experiences and feelings. Working as a facilitator, I work with clients at their own pace, offering both long or short-term counselling, in a relationship that supports you to discover yourself and build the confidence to make meet your true potential.


Training and Experience
With an Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, from Barnet College, known for its high intensity & excellence in developing the essential skills for supporting clients. Additional studies include Diploma in Child Psychology, Bereavement Support, Child Counselling & PTSD. Having seen clients at The Perry Clayman Project, Cruse & Westminster Drug Project I have worked with Adolescence, young adults and adults, in one to one sessions and in groups. This mix of NHS, private and voluntary clients has allowed me to work with clients from a wide range of backgrounds, and all are treated with the greatest respect.



  • Advance Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

  • Certificate in Counselling Studies

  • Certificate in Counselling Skills

  • Diploma in Child Psychology 

  • Level 3 Mental Health Support Worker

  • Level 3 PTSD Counselling

  • Level 3 Child Counselling

  • Bereavement Support Foundation Course

  • Diploma in Business & Marketing

  • Diploma in Dental Surgery Assistance

  • Further Training

  • Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults

  • Suicide Prevention

  • Awareness of Prevent

  • Vicarious Trauma

  • Sudden & Traumatic Death

  • Death of a Child

  • FGM

  • Loss of a sibling

Professional Memberships

I am a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) I am committed to adhering to the ethical, moral and legal principles including regular supervision and my own therapy. 



All clients are offered the utmost confidentiality, however as professional ethics require, if I believe you may harm yourself, others or children are at risk I reserve the right to inform outside agencies. This would not, where possible be done without discussing this with you first.


As a member of the BACP, upholding the professional ethic ensures supervision is an essential requirement for my practice. Here I discuss my work, to ensure the best possible service is offered, but client details remain anonymous and unidentifiable. 


If you would like to make an appointment or would like to talk to see how we may be able to help you please use one of the following preferred methods:

Call in total confidentiality: 07906 841199

email us: info@workitouttogether.co.uk

We are always here to help.


Online & Telephone Counselling

How online and telephone counselling works
There are times where you find a face to face counselling session is not possible, for instance with social distancing restrictions, or you find other times it is difficult to manage with your personal and professional commitments, you may have a disability that makes face to face sessions hard to manage or feel uncomfortable with. If you prefer to work online or with a telephone for your counselling,  I am fully qualified and experienced in these methods.

For telephone counselling, you will be given a number to either call on at the prearranged convenient time, or to text so i know you are safe and in a confidential space for me to call you.

For online sessions, you will be sent a secure for Zoom that brings you to an encrypted waiting area, and a securely locked video room.

Your session will last 50 minutes, and if you arrive late, I shall be waiting for you until the end of your session time.

Zoom Sessions
Zoom is a way for you to see your counsellor face to face, and if you wish for your counsellor to see you too, and to engage in therapeutic counselling in a face-to-face session in the comfort of your chosen safe place.

You can be guided through the steps to use zoom if you are new to this, and sessions will be arranged at a mutually convenient time for both you and me. Being able to see me will give you the benefits of a face to face session with the convenience of remote work. The work remains encrypted and nothing remains of our work when the session is ended

Telephone Sessions
This can be similar to zoom and arranged securely through Zoom but without engaging your camera. This allows you to remain somewhat anonymous and is encrypted leaving, nothing remaining of our work when the session is ended.

With either of these options, we shall wear headphones to ensure confidentiality in our session and recommend headphones or earpieces for you if you have them, to ensure your greater privacy.


  • Counselling from a convenient location for you, at a time that suits you

  • Secure encryption software offers confidentiality and peace of mind

  • Anonymity as not seen entering counselling rooms

  • Therapy at a time, place and regularity that suits you

  • The ability of some clients to open up with greater ease

  • Access to sessions may be more immediate

  • Flexibility to choose the technology you feel most comfortable with and can vary on each session

Things to Consider

  • Your confidence using technology – what if things go wrong?

  • You may not have a suitable technology

  • You may prefer to meet face to face, or not have a place or equipment to safely access online or telephone counselling

  • You may find it hard expressing your feelings effectively in these methods of counselling

  • You may feel your situation is complex and difficult to work with online or by telephone

Whether you choose online or telephone, as with face to face, all communication is confidential and safe. You will have our support in setting up to receive our sessions and no sessional communication is stored in any way.