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Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brixton PL8
"I am interested in making clients feel comfortable, neutral and safe, enough to be open and honest with themselves, the therapy is focused on the clients experience and how their interpretation of life's events has impacted their thoughts and feelings, affecting their actions throughout life. sustainable and positive change is usually subtle and happens over time. I maintain transparency, there is no magic pill, working through our issues is a consistent effort to be willing to use the tools learnt through out the therapy, shifting your level of awareness and understanding to take a more expansive view of life. "
Bereavement
Spirituality
Portuguese
020 3974 1086
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Office is near:
Brixton PL8
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Bereavement
Spirituality
Portuguese
"I am interested in making clients feel comfortable, neutral and safe, enough to be open and honest with themselves, the therapy is focused on the clients experience and how their interpretation of life's events has impacted their thoughts and feelings, affecting their actions throughout life. sustainable and positive change is usually subtle and happens over time. I maintain transparency, there is no magic pill, working through our issues is a consistent effort to be willing to use the tools learnt through out the therapy, shifting your level of awareness and understanding to take a more expansive view of life. "
Vanessa Hammond, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP Accred
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a BACP accredited therapist I can provide a regular time and space for you to talk about your troubles and explore difficult feelings in an environment that is dependable, confidential and free from intrusion. I will respect your viewpoint while supporting you to deal with specific problems, cope with crises, improve your relationships, or develop easier ways of living. We may explore what might be holding you back and discover ways of being that are more in tune with what you need. You might see this as a journey with me alongside you."
Bereavement
Spirituality
Portuguese
01752 987312
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Bereavement
Spirituality
Portuguese
"As a BACP accredited therapist I can provide a regular time and space for you to talk about your troubles and explore difficult feelings in an environment that is dependable, confidential and free from intrusion. I will respect your viewpoint while supporting you to deal with specific problems, cope with crises, improve your relationships, or develop easier ways of living. We may explore what might be holding you back and discover ways of being that are more in tune with what you need. You might see this as a journey with me alongside you."
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Emma West, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whatever you are finding difficult - stress, feeling low or anxious, low self esteem, relationships, work/life balance, feeling haunted by the past or worried about the future - I will provide a safe and confidential space for you to explore those difficulties. We will also establish what you would like to change - I work in a very practical way, with the aim of finding the best approach, strategies and techniques that work for you - so that you can make those changes and move forward in your life."
01392 537186
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"Whatever you are finding difficult - stress, feeling low or anxious, low self esteem, relationships, work/life balance, feeling haunted by the past or worried about the future - I will provide a safe and confidential space for you to explore those difficulties. We will also establish what you would like to change - I work in a very practical way, with the aim of finding the best approach, strategies and techniques that work for you - so that you can make those changes and move forward in your life."
Richard Dennison, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have worked as a Gestalt therapist since qualifying 1999 working in private practice, primary health care, two mental health charities and at University of West of England. I now work in private practice in Exeter and Bath. I work with male and female clients individually, couples and groups. I work with issues from anxiety, relationship difficulties and personality disorders. Gestalt is a holistic therapy that looks closely at contact between people, the self and environment and the process that is involved in the contact and what interrupts the contact. Please get in touch to make an initial appointment."
01392 573798
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"I have worked as a Gestalt therapist since qualifying 1999 working in private practice, primary health care, two mental health charities and at University of West of England. I now work in private practice in Exeter and Bath. I work with male and female clients individually, couples and groups. I work with issues from anxiety, relationship difficulties and personality disorders. Gestalt is a holistic therapy that looks closely at contact between people, the self and environment and the process that is involved in the contact and what interrupts the contact. Please get in touch to make an initial appointment."
Telephone Counsellor Vicky Day, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you been experiencing a DIFFICULT RELATIONSHIP or just come out of one? Perhaps you have been wanting to come to Counselling for some time in order to make sense of why, communication, compromise, finances (and sex, if it’s a romantic relationship) are all so difficult! But!... don’t tell me, they weren’t interested! They criticised the very idea of therapy, laughed or avoided the issue. Perhaps they even blamed you for ALL the problems in the relationship, taking NO ACCOUNTABILITY for anything! If this sounds familiar and you are needing to make sense of it all, then you are in the right place. "
01803 228053
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"Have you been experiencing a DIFFICULT RELATIONSHIP or just come out of one? Perhaps you have been wanting to come to Counselling for some time in order to make sense of why, communication, compromise, finances (and sex, if it’s a romantic relationship) are all so difficult! But!... don’t tell me, they weren’t interested! They criticised the very idea of therapy, laughed or avoided the issue. Perhaps they even blamed you for ALL the problems in the relationship, taking NO ACCOUNTABILITY for anything! If this sounds familiar and you are needing to make sense of it all, then you are in the right place. "
Vida Boreham, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brixton PL8
"I understand there are times in life when talking to friends or family is not enough. Perhaps you are looking for a more specialist/focussed support strategy for yourself, your family or your child/adolescent. Let’s work together to find what works best for you. I believe the relationship between us is one of the most important aspects of counselling. I facilitate you to make sense of your problems, the unhelpful thoughts, beliefs and behaviours which are getting in the way of living the life you want. I will help you to identify what is important to you and enable you to develop effective new tools to promote a positive change. "
07480 800627
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Office is near:
Brixton PL8
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"I understand there are times in life when talking to friends or family is not enough. Perhaps you are looking for a more specialist/focussed support strategy for yourself, your family or your child/adolescent. Let’s work together to find what works best for you. I believe the relationship between us is one of the most important aspects of counselling. I facilitate you to make sense of your problems, the unhelpful thoughts, beliefs and behaviours which are getting in the way of living the life you want. I will help you to identify what is important to you and enable you to develop effective new tools to promote a positive change. "
Beth Harris, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Totnes TQ9
"All of us, at one time or another, are alone or sense that we are in real trouble. Perhaps we feel stuck, anxious, depressed, lost, or maybe unable to even define what's wrong. We sense that there must be more, but can't reach it. Our potential is often blocked as a result of unresolved issues or trauma that unconsciously influence our thoughts, behaviours, relationships and beliefs about what is possible. This work is a powerful journey towards self-awareness and self-acceptance : Unblock that which is preventing you from living a life of natural freedom, intimacy, empowerment and aliveness."
01923 750237
Verified
Office is near:
Totnes TQ9
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"All of us, at one time or another, are alone or sense that we are in real trouble. Perhaps we feel stuck, anxious, depressed, lost, or maybe unable to even define what's wrong. We sense that there must be more, but can't reach it. Our potential is often blocked as a result of unresolved issues or trauma that unconsciously influence our thoughts, behaviours, relationships and beliefs about what is possible. This work is a powerful journey towards self-awareness and self-acceptance : Unblock that which is preventing you from living a life of natural freedom, intimacy, empowerment and aliveness."
Newid Integrated Counselling & Psychotherapy, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Newid pronounced "Newith" is Welsh for change. I chose this name not only to reflect my heritage but also to reflect that change is the only constant in life. We all travel with it, yet all our experiences can be profoundly different. I believe that counselling is a collaborative process in which we work together on what you want to change or explore in a safe non-judgemental environment. I offer an integrative approach where we work side-by-side to understand your past and help you discover new ways of coping and moving forward. I recognise that courage is not fearless and making the 1st step can be challenging in it's self. "
01884 219224
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"Newid pronounced "Newith" is Welsh for change. I chose this name not only to reflect my heritage but also to reflect that change is the only constant in life. We all travel with it, yet all our experiences can be profoundly different. I believe that counselling is a collaborative process in which we work together on what you want to change or explore in a safe non-judgemental environment. I offer an integrative approach where we work side-by-side to understand your past and help you discover new ways of coping and moving forward. I recognise that courage is not fearless and making the 1st step can be challenging in it's self. "
Stuart Rose CPsychol. AFBPsS., Counsellor
Counsellor, CBP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Lyme Regis DT7
"Counselling and psychotherapy are processes in which someone can bring emotional and behavioural problems and issues to discuss within a confidential and professional context. This could involve exploring ways of looking for meaning and change and is done within the safety of ethical and professional guidelines as outlined by the major counselling and psychotherapy regulatory bodies. Evidence based therapy such as CBT has proved to highly effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress, panic attacks, agoraphobia and OCD."
01308 808659
Verified
Office is near:
Lyme Regis DT7
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"Counselling and psychotherapy are processes in which someone can bring emotional and behavioural problems and issues to discuss within a confidential and professional context. This could involve exploring ways of looking for meaning and change and is done within the safety of ethical and professional guidelines as outlined by the major counselling and psychotherapy regulatory bodies. Evidence based therapy such as CBT has proved to highly effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress, panic attacks, agoraphobia and OCD."
Joanna Rosemary Flint, Counsellor
Counsellor, MA, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a qualified and experienced Counsellor and Supervisor, working privately near Axminster, East Devon. If you are struggling with personal issues, such as, anxiety, anger, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, trauma, bereavement/loss, life transitions, or feel you need help in moving on in your life, then please contact me for help. I aim to offer you a safe space where you can explore your issues in depth, which will help you gain insight and understanding, and enable you to live your life in more fulfilling and hopeful ways."
07480 486398
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"I am a qualified and experienced Counsellor and Supervisor, working privately near Axminster, East Devon. If you are struggling with personal issues, such as, anxiety, anger, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, trauma, bereavement/loss, life transitions, or feel you need help in moving on in your life, then please contact me for help. I aim to offer you a safe space where you can explore your issues in depth, which will help you gain insight and understanding, and enable you to live your life in more fulfilling and hopeful ways."
Vanessa Francoise Therapy, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I’m professional, warm, honest, gentle and compassionate, and I'll always keep you safe by ensuring that we work at a pace that you feel comfortable with. I'll tailor my approach to suit you, giving you the best opportunity to achieve the results you want. I'm based at Baring House, just a 10-minute walk from Exeter High Street and Central Station, with ample free parking, a comfortable waiting room, and toilets."
01392 573797
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"I’m professional, warm, honest, gentle and compassionate, and I'll always keep you safe by ensuring that we work at a pace that you feel comfortable with. I'll tailor my approach to suit you, giving you the best opportunity to achieve the results you want. I'm based at Baring House, just a 10-minute walk from Exeter High Street and Central Station, with ample free parking, a comfortable waiting room, and toilets."
Lucy Perkins, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"A very warm welcome to Lucy Perkins Counselling. I work primarily with the Person Centred approach, for a wide spectrum of issues. Our sessions are entirely led by you, we go your pace and I will hold the utmost respect for your autonomy at all times. My approach is non-directive, relaxed and supportive. Our sessions take place in a private, tranquil and comfortable space in central Exeter or Dawlish. We can be flexible about when we meet and we may get together weekly or fortnightly. I offer 1 hour and 1.5 hour sessions."
01392 690513
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"A very warm welcome to Lucy Perkins Counselling. I work primarily with the Person Centred approach, for a wide spectrum of issues. Our sessions are entirely led by you, we go your pace and I will hold the utmost respect for your autonomy at all times. My approach is non-directive, relaxed and supportive. Our sessions take place in a private, tranquil and comfortable space in central Exeter or Dawlish. We can be flexible about when we meet and we may get together weekly or fortnightly. I offer 1 hour and 1.5 hour sessions."
Alaric W Everett, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, MBACP Accred
Verified by Psychology Today
"The therapeutic space that client and therapist build together is an open space where thoughts, feelings and behaviours can be looked at in an accepting and allowing, as well as real and honest way. Doing so can help with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, relationship problems as well as less easily identifiable feelings such as existential insecurity or a general sense of meaninglessness. It can be difficult to talk to those close to you as they often, understandably, struggle to remain impartial."
07848 114008
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"The therapeutic space that client and therapist build together is an open space where thoughts, feelings and behaviours can be looked at in an accepting and allowing, as well as real and honest way. Doing so can help with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, relationship problems as well as less easily identifiable feelings such as existential insecurity or a general sense of meaninglessness. It can be difficult to talk to those close to you as they often, understandably, struggle to remain impartial."
Bright Futures Counselling, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, DCounsPsych, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hi, my name is Barbara and I live in East Devon with my family. I am a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. "
01395 202181
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"Hi, my name is Barbara and I live in East Devon with my family. I am a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. "
Cathy Towers, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, MBACP Snr. Accred
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are the one who usually copes and supports others, it can be difficult to come for help yourself. You may notice the impact on relationships, how you function at work, your ability to make decisions, stress levels and also your mood. You are welcome if you want support in getting confidence and capacity back in your life. "
01392 573838
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"If you are the one who usually copes and supports others, it can be difficult to come for help yourself. You may notice the impact on relationships, how you function at work, your ability to make decisions, stress levels and also your mood. You are welcome if you want support in getting confidence and capacity back in your life. "
Nathalie Asmall, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP Snr. Accred
Verified by Psychology Today
"“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” (Mary Oliver) We all have hopes and dreams for our lives, yearning for loving relationships, a sense of belonging, meaning, purpose and achievement. When these dreams and longings are suppressed or disappointed, we feel a deep-seated sense of despair, anger and anxiety. Some people have experienced these emotions throughout their lives, feeling unable to experience a true sense of connection and belonging. For other people a sudden life event or transition to a new phase of life can trigger a crisis, highlighting what is missing in our lives."
01392 573751
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"“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” (Mary Oliver) We all have hopes and dreams for our lives, yearning for loving relationships, a sense of belonging, meaning, purpose and achievement. When these dreams and longings are suppressed or disappointed, we feel a deep-seated sense of despair, anger and anxiety. Some people have experienced these emotions throughout their lives, feeling unable to experience a true sense of connection and belonging. For other people a sudden life event or transition to a new phase of life can trigger a crisis, highlighting what is missing in our lives."
Sarah Lane, Counsellor
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My intention is to offer affordable integrative counselling that helps clients to overcome difficulties such as low mood, anxiety, poor self-esteem, bereavement and relationship issues. You may be lacking direction in your life at the moment, it may seem meaningless or you might feel low in confidence. Perhaps you are looking to find some clarity around what's important to you and to explore how you can bring more of this into your life? Or maybe you want to improve how you feel about yourself? Or perhaps you need a warm and compassionate space where you can fully feel your grief to be able to start to move forwards in life again?"
01392 531552
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"My intention is to offer affordable integrative counselling that helps clients to overcome difficulties such as low mood, anxiety, poor self-esteem, bereavement and relationship issues. You may be lacking direction in your life at the moment, it may seem meaningless or you might feel low in confidence. Perhaps you are looking to find some clarity around what's important to you and to explore how you can bring more of this into your life? Or maybe you want to improve how you feel about yourself? Or perhaps you need a warm and compassionate space where you can fully feel your grief to be able to start to move forwards in life again?"
Jonathan Smith, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an integrative counsellor and work with individual adults. Experienced in a variety of situations and needs, I have particular experience with those touched by domestic abuse, family and social issues, and relationship difficulties. I offer a friendly and accommodating style of counselling for clients of all backgrounds, age, gender and sexual identity. "
01392 573816
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"I am an integrative counsellor and work with individual adults. Experienced in a variety of situations and needs, I have particular experience with those touched by domestic abuse, family and social issues, and relationship difficulties. I offer a friendly and accommodating style of counselling for clients of all backgrounds, age, gender and sexual identity. "
Bernadette Kavanagh, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an experienced registered counsellor. I offer a warm, calm, confidential and non judgmental space for clients to explore thoughts and feelings. I work with a range of issues with both males, females and couples. I also work at SAFE (stop abuse for everyone) and specialise with clients, both male and female who have been through demostic abuse. Whilst I offer therapy for many issues I specialise in working with victims of domestic abuse, control issues, self esteem and lack of confidence. "
01392 531580
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"I am an experienced registered counsellor. I offer a warm, calm, confidential and non judgmental space for clients to explore thoughts and feelings. I work with a range of issues with both males, females and couples. I also work at SAFE (stop abuse for everyone) and specialise with clients, both male and female who have been through demostic abuse. Whilst I offer therapy for many issues I specialise in working with victims of domestic abuse, control issues, self esteem and lack of confidence. "
Lorna Kerr, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsychD, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified by Psychology Today
"For many people, deciding to speak to a psychologist is a big step. The idea of talking about your inner thoughts and feelings might be daunting. You might think that you should be able to cope with or "get over" problems on your own. Or perhaps you secretly believe that there is something wrong with you and that you cannot be helped. I believe we all have the capacity to heal and change, no matter how we might be feeling in this moment. I help people with various issues, including: anxiety, panic attacks, depression, loneliness, chronic pain or illness, relationship difficulties, distressing past experiences and trauma."
01392 573741
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"For many people, deciding to speak to a psychologist is a big step. The idea of talking about your inner thoughts and feelings might be daunting. You might think that you should be able to cope with or "get over" problems on your own. Or perhaps you secretly believe that there is something wrong with you and that you cannot be helped. I believe we all have the capacity to heal and change, no matter how we might be feeling in this moment. I help people with various issues, including: anxiety, panic attacks, depression, loneliness, chronic pain or illness, relationship difficulties, distressing past experiences and trauma."

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