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2nd December 2021 
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Counsellor/Therapist Online in Glasgow and Norfolk


I am a qualified Counsellor/Therapist currently working solely online with clients from any geographical area. I have been based in the West End of Glasgow and I have recently moved to South Norfolk.
I offer long and short-term individual counselling and therapy to adults aged 17 and above.

  • I offer a free initial 20 minute consultation via phone or Zoom on a no obligation basis.

    I have experience of working with a wide range of therapy issues such as depression, bereavement, stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties, panic attacks, trauma, sexual abuse, sexuality and many more.

    I am passionate about my counselling work and offer you a confidential, safe, empathic therapeutic relationship where you can develop trust to work with what is causing you difficulty in living. I am an Accredited member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and adhere it's ethical code and supervision requirements as well as being subject to its complaints procedure. BACP complaints contact details can be found at the bottom of the FAQS page.

    What type of counselling do I offer?

    My approach is Person Centred which means that I will listen very carefully to you, offer you unconditional support, value your experience and use that as the basis of all our work. I will work flexibly in an integrated way to suit your needs.

    Background

    Before retraining as a counsellor/therapist and moving to Glasgow in 2013, I lived on the Isle of Mull for 25 years. Whilst there, I became immersed in the community. I taught music in schools, ran my own bed and breakfast and self catering business, brought up my daughter, and latterly became a business manager of a social enterprise. I was born and brought up in England and at 19 studied performance at a London Music College and then went on to gain a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. I have loved living in Scotland for the past 30 years. Now I am continuing to develop my counselling practice by moving to South Norfolk.

    Where I work

    Before COVID I worked face to face in Glasgow. Now, I work online with clients from all areas of Britain. When I return to face to face counselling, it will be in South Norfolk.

    Where I have lived

    England was my country of birth and my home until 27 years old.
    I then went on to have 30 years of lived experience of Scotland, particularly in the West Highlands and Islands and Glasgow.
    This means I have a good understanding of the diversity of culture in these countries.





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