I am located in Glasgow’s West End, close to Kelvingrove, Woodlands and Charing Cross.
I offer counselling and psychotherapy, employee assistance and supervision for therapists. I graduated from my counselling diploma course in 2006 when I was in my forties.
I have worked since then as a generic counsellor/psychotherapist in the voluntary sector, self-employed with an agency and in private practice.
I also worked supporting people over a period of 10 years, who had experienced crime and understand the emotional and practical impact that this can have.
I am a registered accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) www.bacp.co.uk
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What to Expect
My professional approach is drawn from in-depth training and professional development in counselling, psychotherapy and therapist supervision.
I offer a range of personal counselling and professional support that could assist with any area of your life that is causing you difficulty and can help you discover your own strengths and personal resources for coping with self-development and change. Counselling can be helpful for personal growth not just for when a problem arises.
I mainly provide talking therapy but I can adapt my approach in relation to your needs. I find sometimes working with client’s photographs, the use of objects and visualisation can help the clients unearth deep seated feelings that they are unaware of, which may continue to affect their lives in the present.
You can choose a set of sessions (usually minimum 6) with the option to review or open-ended therapy. The sessions are of a 50 minute duration and are normally weekly. Unfortunately, I am unable to extend the 50 minute appointment time should you find you arrive late for the session.