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Certified By: COSCA
From: Millridge Cottage, Libberton Carnwath, South Lanarkshire, United Kingdom (UK)
Type of session: Secure Video Call
Also speaks: English

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Specialty: Addiction, Anger, Anxiety, Body dysmorphia, Conduct Disorders, Depression, Family, LGBTQ, Mood, Obsessive compulsive disorders, Relationships, Self - Esteem, Stress
Target Age Group: Teenager, Adult, Me and my partner
Therapist Since: 21/07/2000

About Me

I am a fully qualified Integrative therapist with over 20yrs experience of a variety of client issues. I believe that ‘no problem is insurmountable’, there is always a way forwards. All of us need help at one time or another, allow me to help you to help yourself. Get in touch today.

I have experience of a wide variety of client issues. Addiction, Body Dysmorphia, Family Issues, Adolescents. Couples counselling.

The therapeutic relationship is paramount to life transition, this is why a ‘good fit’ with your therapist is essential. Please feel free to call prior to booking for a confidential discussion to see if you would like my assistance in moving forwards.

No Problem is Insurmountable.

My Experience

I have extensive experience with all types of obsessive behaviours and addictions. Family work, and work with adolescents. Also ACOA issues.

Depression and anxiety. All stress related issues. Body Dysmorphia. Self Esteem / Self efficacy.

Sometimes we cannot determine what the problem is, we simply know that ‘things are not right’. One to one counselling can reveal the areas which need to be addessed.

My Approach

I have an integrated approach, which is CBT based, while striving for a person centred axis. I believe that the client does actually have the answers, they just need a little help to understand and implement change.

No two people are alike, each of us is a unique human being, which is why my approach is different with each client. We are all uniquely different, what works for one person will not necessarily work for another.

The therapeutic relationship is vital to progress, as is the willingness for change. I have never seen a problem which camnnot be changed, it may take time, you may need help, but change is most definitely possible.

I am rewarded by eventually seeing individuals ‘take up the reins and practice self-efficacy’.