Kat Marlow founded Positive Change to help people find their true path in life through counselling, coaching and mental health services.
Kat has been involved in coaching and counselling for over 10 years and has a wide range of associated experience. She has also volunteered for Samaritans of Leicester and works for a local voluntary sector charity providing counselling to survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Kat currently accepts referrals from the following EAPs and Insurers: The Red Poppy Company, PTSD Resolution, BEN, Aviva and Vitality Health. Direct company referrals can be arranged on request
Kat is qualified in the Human Givens Counselling approach and a graduate member of the Human Givens Institute, which is Professional Standards Agency accredited. She has also completed accredited training in Integrative counselling with the University of Leicester and undertaken further training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
She is committed to ongoing personal and professional development in order to ensure that she provides the best service to her clients.
Kat has trained and worked as a Samaritans Volunteer and is experienced in providing support to a wide range of individuals suffering emotional distress, experiencing mental health problems, and suicidal feelings via phone, email, text and face to face conversations.
Kat has more than 10 years of experience providing coaching in both corporate and private environments, working with a range of clients and variety of needs
Professional Membership Bodies
Kat is proud to be included on the following counselling and coaching registers and membership bodies.
Registered member of the Human Givens Institute
Kat is a fully registered member of the Human Givens Institute and committed to abiding by the ethical and professional standards that are a requirement of that membership. She will always seek to provide the highest possible standard of care to her clients. Should you find that you have concerns regarding her practice that you feel unable to practice directly with her, or feel that your concerns have not been responded to appropriately, the Human Givens Institute registration board provides a formal complaints procedure. Further information regarding this can be found at https://www.hgi.org.uk/therapist-register/raising-concerns