Fleur Farish-Edwards is a registered counsellor (MBACP Reg) and a counselling supervisor, managing a private practice of clients and supervisees. She is a Lecturer in Counselling and Psychotherapy at Edge Hill University, where she leads a number of modules on both the BSc Critical Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy and BA Counselling and Psychotherapy programmes. Fleur also supervisees MSc Psychotherapy and Counselling: Contemporary Creative Approaches research students and co-ordinates the Fastrack programme for the department of Applied Health and Social Care.
Fleur is currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate, exploring the experiences of adult adoptees through narrative inquiry and arts-based methods. Other research activity includes involvement with the ongoing development of Arts for the Blues (A4B), an evidence-based creative group psychotherapy (Farish-Edwards et al. 2022) and with a systematic review on digital psychotherapeutic interventions (Prospero CRD42021238462).