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Sarah Hudson - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Depression & Low Mood Disorders; Anxiety/Generalised Anxiety Disorder/Phobias/Panic Attacks; Stress/Anger Management; Trauma/PTSD; Grief/Bereavement; Family/Relationship issues; Addiction - alcohol, prescribed and non-prescribed drugs & Relapse prevention; Self-esteem and Motivation.

My aim is to empower you to get to where you want to be. To help you discover your potential; to overcome your personal obstacles and issues; to improve your relationships.

I have been a therapist for 27yrs and qualified up to masters level. I've worked in various settings including the NHS (hospital and doctors surgeries) and large national charities. This has given me a breath of experience in for example addictions, depression and anxiety disorders, relationship and family issues; self-harm and suicidal behaviour; trauma and bereavement.
Humanistic Person Centred approach has guided my training towards Integrative Psychotherapy. The philosophy that we are all unique fits this model; it recognises the value of you as a unique person and combines elements of other approaches to help you grow and flourish.

The years have taught me that I don't have all the answers although I do have the skills to help you discover yours. I also know that I can sit with you and be with you in your felt sense of anxiety, fear, depression, anger, chaos or loneliness. I strongly believe that you can be empowered to find your own answers.

My passion is in the evolving research of neuro-psychotherapy or brain based therapy. This approach is based in cutting edge brain science - how the brain works, the connection with mind and body, our social interactions and our environment and how we experience all of this - emotionally and behaviourally. Maybe that sounds a lot but basically it just means that it helps me to see the whole of you rather than just one part of you.

Together you and I can work towards discovering ways that help you to arrive at where you want to be. As we adjust to the presence of COVID19, online and telephone sessions offer unique opportunities for you and I to explore and experience how we work together.

Contact me by telephone, text or email to learn more about me and or to explore what you feel you need. Together we will work on strategies that help you to address the root causes of your issues and build your resilience.
Marie Seary - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Anxiety, Depression, Grief & Loss, Trauma, LGBTQ, Sexuality, Gender Identity, Relationships.

Qualified and experienced Integrative Therapist supporting people with a range of challenges.

Accessing therapy can feel like a daunting step but it is often a very rewarding one. It's helpful for us to think of an initial session as a way to explore if we can work together. I assure you that I will endeavour to enable you to feel safe, heard, sometimes challenged with compassion, trust and respected.
Rekha Pandya - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN ANXIETY • BEREAVEMENT • CANCER • DEPRESSION • GRIEF • ILLNESS • INNER CHILD • SEXUALITY • SPIRITUALITY • STRESS • TRAUMA. In response to the current Covid-19 crisis, I am offering Stabilisation and Safety sessions. These sessions are proven to help to reduce feelings of anxiety, depression and overwhelm. Please feel free to enquire for further details.

My approach to working with clients is that of kindness and compassion. Central to my practice is fostering a therapeutic relationship with my clients and research has demonstrated that this is pivotal in achieving positive results. I strive to establish and maintain an open, genuine and non-judgemental relationship with my clients. This approach is beneficial in helping clients who experience a range of emotional and psychological difficulties. I have worked as a counsellor for a charity that provides emotional support for those affected by cancer. I also have experience working as a family counsellor with patients in palliative care. I have worked as a volunteer counsellor for a Christian charity providing counselling in the areas of relationships, bereavement, illness, stress, depression, childhood, faith and spiritual matters. I believe passionately in the value of counselling and I am fully committed to an ethical practice which continues my personal and professional development through ongoing regular psychotherapy and clinical supervision.
Stefanos Malais - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Communication problems • Relationship problems • Trauma • Suicidal thoughts • Self-harm • Domestic abuse • Sexual abuse • Anger • Anxiety • Panic attacks • Guilt • Grief • Loss • Depression • Stress • Obsessive thoughts-compulsive behaviours • Self-esteem and confidence • Existential issues

Through a positive and non-judgmental manner, my aim is to support you to understand your thoughts and emotions, and to help you rediscover or develop the ways or tools you need to be able to deal with the difficulties or challenges you face.

I believe that it is important to find the right therapist for you as this can make a substantial difference to the outcome of therapy. It can feel like a big challenge to take the first step and contact a therapist, but an initial session will provide you with an opportunity to meet me, explore your needs and expectations, and have a conversation about what you could expect from the counselling process.

Then, if you feel it may be of benefit to you, we can discuss further weekly sessions. This may mean arranging a fixed number of sessions or agreeing to work together in a more open-ended way.
Karin Brauner - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Getting you back on track when Life gets overwhelming; specialist knowledge of Autism Spectrum clients; I enjoy working with learning to setting boundaries and learning how to meet your needs (self-care), other issues such as anxiety, depression, loss/grief.

Sometimes life gets difficult and we struggle with things that used to be easy for us. If you’ve reached this point, and you are looking at my page, you’ve probably thought that it’s a good idea to get some help to get your life back on track.

I offer an empathetic , non-judgmental, caring environment in which to explore life’s problems and find a way to move forward in life.

Together in the counselling room we can find a way to gain insights about your current distress and deal with it in a patient and timely fashion, taking our time to understand what has brought you here today.
Ellie Mackay - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Anxiety • Depression • Low-mood • Health issues • Mental health disorders • Panic • Fear • Self-esteem • Grief • Eating problems • Anger problems • Relationship issues • Abuse • Trauma • Self-harm • Suicidal thoughts • Sadness • Insomnia • Nightmares • Alcohol and drugs issues

Hi, I’m a highly skilled, experienced, professional and ethical therapist. I take confidentiality very seriously. I’m warm and compassionate, committed to helping you and passionate about my work. I’m dedicated to getting the best outcomes for you I hope to help you change your life. I’m open and honest and ready for any challenges along the way.
Kim Tapper - Therapist

SPECIALIST IN Anxiety, Grief, Abuse, Stress management, Anger management

My name is Kim Tapper I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
I have been a fully qualified counsellor for over 25 years . I am registered with the B.A.C.P and I am listed on their approved register. I take a person centred approach, which is the belief that we can can all find the answers and solutions to our problems from within ourselves . However I will use other approaches when required as with CBT when working with clients struggling with anxiety.
My experience has been both working with adults and teenagers from a variety of different backgrounds and in a variety of settings I specialise in anxiety and stress, . anger management and depression, and relationship and communication issues, I also cover a wide range of other issues which include bereavement and loss, self esteem issues, family problems with separation and or divorce, domestic violence, and remaining child hood issues and traumas. I am committed to providing the best possible care for each client and will work in the way that suits each individual .
I also currently work as a support worker with autistic children in a school setting , so have an understanding of the issues and problems this can bring into the family environment.
I attend my own regular supervision sessions, which is a a requirement of the British Association of Counselling and I adhere to their code of ethics.