• Helping disadvantaged and disempowered people feel confident about realistic action plans

  • Engaging disaffected service users who have been sent by 'the authorities'

  • Helping health practitioners make the most constructive use of their brief encounters with patients

  • Recognising the diversity of ways we all value our lives and health

Pip Mason BSc(Econ) MSocSc.

Portrait photograph of Pip Mason.

After qualifying as a registered nurse, Pip moved into counselling people with alcohol problems and other forms of dependence. With over 20 years experience of running services in day centres, rehabilitation units, primary health care, prisons and the courts she now offers consultancy and training services internationally from a base in Birmingham, UK. Depending on the services commissioned, Pip either works alone or in partnership with other reputable consultants. She also works 2 days a week counselling people with gambling problems using motivational interviewing and CBT.

Pip is a member of:

  • The International Advisory Board of the Journal Of Substance Misuse
  • The International Network Of Motivational Interviewing Trainers
  • The New Directions In The Study Of Alcohol Group
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