Emma Jenkinson

Specialist in Depression + Anxiety + Abuse + Relationships + Gender + Sexuality + Relationship Diversity (including Kink and Polyamory) + Post Natal Depression + Grief + Loss + Bereavement + Trauma



Hi. I work relationally and integratively to find an approach that works best for you. I view the relationship between us both to be crucial in facilitating whatever changes you want to make, and know that shopping around and finding the right fit is important before investing money, time and emotional energy. I'm always happy to have an informal chat before you commit to any sessions.

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My therapy background is underpinned by Person-Centred, Pychodynamic and Transactional Analysis theories. I can utilise CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) techniques, though I tend to use them conversationally rather than as a structured, task-based activity.

I am LGBTQIA+/GSRD (Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity) allied, sex positive, body positive, and kink-aware.

I currently work with adults presenting with a number of issues. I have previously worked with children from age 5 upwards in school settings, and with an agency specialising in Post-Natal Depression. Prior to my counselling career, I worked in the arts and education sectors, supporting people of different ages and abilities to explore and express themselves, which it seems is something of a passion of mine. My arts training and background mean that I'm not averse to bringing creativity into the therapeutic relationship if required. I'm also happy to run through breathing and visualisation exercises for relaxation.

Member of

BACP Registered

Approach to treatment

Integrative: Relational, Person-Centred, Psychodynamic, Transactional Analysis, CBT

Languages spoken


Currently Practice

Alliance Counselling Hull

Therapy Types

Short or Long-Term Counselling and Psychotherapy


Diploma Theory and Practice of Counselling.
Currently undertaking BACP Accreditation.

Demographics of Focus