Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Bristol BS41
"I believe that all of us have the capacity to heal; but, occasionally, we need someone to sit alongside us as we do that. We might need help to find another perspective or to understand more about the effect of the past on the present. Whatever you need, talking may help. It helps because it can let us access and understand our emotions, identify hidden aspects of ourselves and create new ways of being. "
0117 456 2125
Verified
Bristol BS41
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"I believe that all of us have the capacity to heal; but, occasionally, we need someone to sit alongside us as we do that. We might need help to find another perspective or to understand more about the effect of the past on the present. Whatever you need, talking may help. It helps because it can let us access and understand our emotions, identify hidden aspects of ourselves and create new ways of being. "
Sarah Stacey, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsychD, CPsychol
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with people to make changes which enable them to feel resilient in the midst of life's difficulties. As well as structured therapy like CBT, I am able to offer psychological therapy tailored to individual needs. I have an interest in approaches such as mindfulness and Compassion Focussed Therapy and aim to integrate the principles of these into my work. I believe strongly in the importance of the therapeutic relationship and I work hard to create a safe and supportive environment in which to explore and resolve emotional difficulties."
0117 456 2591
Verified
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"I enjoy working with people to make changes which enable them to feel resilient in the midst of life's difficulties. As well as structured therapy like CBT, I am able to offer psychological therapy tailored to individual needs. I have an interest in approaches such as mindfulness and Compassion Focussed Therapy and aim to integrate the principles of these into my work. I believe strongly in the importance of the therapeutic relationship and I work hard to create a safe and supportive environment in which to explore and resolve emotional difficulties."
Katie Gannaway, Counsellor
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Long Ashton BS41
"I currently have evening appointments available. We all experience difficulties in our lives, and sometimes we can feel overwhelmed, stuck or struggle to make changes to relieve our distress or problems. Meeting with a counsellor can help you talk about your story, opening up new opportunities to see yourself separate from your problems. By gaining a better understanding of the self you can bring an alternative story out of the shadows, which could empower you to make changes and improve your relationships. I have over 20 years’ experience working with people with mental health difficulties, and currently work in the NHS."
0117 456 2808
Verified
Office is near:
Long Ashton BS41
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"I currently have evening appointments available. We all experience difficulties in our lives, and sometimes we can feel overwhelmed, stuck or struggle to make changes to relieve our distress or problems. Meeting with a counsellor can help you talk about your story, opening up new opportunities to see yourself separate from your problems. By gaining a better understanding of the self you can bring an alternative story out of the shadows, which could empower you to make changes and improve your relationships. I have over 20 years’ experience working with people with mental health difficulties, and currently work in the NHS."
Ingrid Murphy, Counsellor
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Bristol BS41
"Deciding to come to counselling takes courage and this may be a big step for you. Difficult times, bereavement, abuse, trauma or abandonment can leave us with communication problems, depression, anger outbursts or panic attacks, burn out, self harm, addiction, eating disorders and other problems. Sometimes we do not even know what is wrong but we just know something is lacking. Times of crisis and uncertainty can be a turning point but some things must fall away to give space for new growth. What does this mean for you I wonder? What is underneath your difficulties, what is your soul calling for? "
0117 456 5431
Verified
Office is near:
Bristol BS41
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"Deciding to come to counselling takes courage and this may be a big step for you. Difficult times, bereavement, abuse, trauma or abandonment can leave us with communication problems, depression, anger outbursts or panic attacks, burn out, self harm, addiction, eating disorders and other problems. Sometimes we do not even know what is wrong but we just know something is lacking. Times of crisis and uncertainty can be a turning point but some things must fall away to give space for new growth. What does this mean for you I wonder? What is underneath your difficulties, what is your soul calling for? "

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