Hello, I'm Dee Maddox-Hinton, an accredited and registered counsellor and psychotherapist. I support individuals, couples, groups and families with their mental and emotional health. With over 15 years experience in assisting a wide range of clients with issues varying from addictions, abuse, anxiety, stress, relationship issues and much more, I can offer CBT alongside a person centred approach. Together we will explore your feelings and identify ways to let go of those that are holding you back, change the way you feel and take back control of your life to realise your full potential as an individual and within relationships.
Hello and welcome to my profile. As your counsellor, I will join you on your journey, and walk alongside you, as you lead the way. I will offer you a safe, confidential and nurturing space, to help you get a different perspective. Together, we can explore any challenges you may be facing to allow you to make positive changes in your life. People come to therapy for many different reasons but the need to be heard and understood is universal. I can offer you a non-judgemental space where this will be achieved. Therapy will help you regain control and make empowering choices about your feelings, behaviours and relationships.
I am an integratively trained counsellor and registered member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). I support adults with a wide variety of presenting issues such as anxiety, depression, work and relationship/family stress, bereavement, self-harm, addiction, trauma, abuse, chronic pain and illness. I welcome clients from diverse backgrounds.
I am Qualified Integrative Counsellor/Psychotherapist, dedicated to helping every individual thrive in their own way, according to their specific need. Tailored to each individual I use varieties of therapeutic treatments including Person-Centred Therapy, Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Transactional Analyses, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), also relaxation techniques.
Are you finding it hard to manage the complexities of day-to-day life? Are you feeling anxious or concerned you can’t cope? I can help. I empower women going through periods of transition to understand themselves better: make sense, find meaning and go their own way. My 24-session programme of psychotherapy is for you if you're: going through a difficult time or embarking on a change; experiencing anxiety; struggling with relationships; or are unable to move on from a traumatic experience. I can help you understand what's happening and find new ways through. Contact me for a free 20 minute consultation.
I am an integrative psychotherapist with a primary training in Psychosynthesis and secondary trainings in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (Certified Practitioner) and EMDR (Levels 1-3). Drawing on the body, long history with Buddhist psychology and meditation, and over 12 years experience working with complex trauma in therapeutic communities in the NHS and the prison system, I work with clients to reframe mental health difficulties as psychospiritual opportunities to deepen our relationships and maximise our potential.
You’re a private person and don’t open up about how you really feel inside and don’t know if therapy can help. You give your job and relationships your all - they take over your life leaving you with no energy or space for you. You put on a brave face for others, but when the weekends come you want to be alone and zone out with food, TV or sleep. You fear people getting too close and seeing the real you so you try to please others more. Deep down you don’t feel good enough and are scared of being ‘found out’ in case others see the unhappiness you’re trying so hard to hide. It’s been exhausting and you know you need help to change.
I am an internationally experienced psychotherapist working with adults across the globe. I help people explore their lives and what it means to exist. To face life’s challenges in a more meaningful, fulfilling and authentic manner. To confront such questions as “Who I am?” “What is my purpose in life?” and “How shall I live my life?” We are all faced with choices, dilemmas, and limitations, that is part of being human. My approach is to explore your lived experience in an open and honest manner, to look at your life in depth and detail and to find ways forward that are more satisfying and rewarding for you.
I have had deep passion for more than 20 years to work as a psychotherapist. I have worked 18 years in private practice and 6 years for NHS. I have facilitated groups for survivors of Child Sexual Abuse and taught psychotherapy more than 10 years at Regents University, London where I am currently a lead lecturer on the Foundation course. I have specialized working with issues related to trauma. My PhD is related to Female-to-Female Child Sexual Abuse. However, I work with wide range of issues including e.g. depression. My approach is integrative and having a personal approach depending on your needs.
I have lived and worked in many different cultures and enjoy working with people from all over the world. I am LGBTQI+ friendly. I encourage clients to work at a comfortable pace and start where they like. When possible I facilitate clients to use their body sensations, memories and images in a creative form of self-discovery called Focusing (Gendlin). I use Brainspotting (Grand) to enable clients to reprocess trauma, anxiety and stuck experiences at the subcortical level. Rather than talk about problems, I work with the neurobiology of the limbic system. This allows people to change habits, overcome fear and enhance their lives.
A qualified, professional counsellor/psychotherapist with a warm, gentle and compassionate approach, helping you to explore your issues in a sensitive way. In doing so you can expand your awareness, how to gain a different perspective, create healthy boundaries and help you grow from the inside out. I work with many issues such as depression, anxiety, relationships, grief/loss, I also offer animal assisted therapy to individuals and groups, enabling you to interact with your pet in a different way, helping to support your mental health and well-being.
Life can be hard at times; work can be stressful, relationships challenging and circumstances in the past and present can all affect our emotional health. Perhaps you struggle with anxiety or low mood or self esteem, or a life event has knocked you off course. When we're struggling it can be really helpful to speak with someone outside of our family and friends who can gently help you understand the why behind your feelings and behaviour; and offer the hope of change.
I work with a range of clients who are exploring questions of meaning and identity and seeking ways to live a more fulfilling life. Many of the clients who come to me are feeling overwhelmed and are looking to make changes in their lives, but do not know where to start and often have never had enough emotional support or space in which to explore their process and the recurring patterns in their life. Together, we work to understand issues such as anxiety, depression, a lack of motivation, authenticity, loss, or low self-esteem and look for a path to healing and growth.
If you are feeling stuck, overwhelmed or dissatisfied with your current situation, I provide transformational coaching and therapy to help you to move forward with confidence and clarity. You may feel lost and lack a sense of direction and focus in your life. Or perhaps you have a clear goal, but you are struggling to overcome obstacles and feel stuck. You might recognise that you are locked in a negative mindset or that fear of failure is stopping you from moving forward. Perhaps you would like to improve your confidence and build resilience but you feel that procrastination, perfectionism or imposter syndrome are holding you back.
My clinical experience encompasses many years working in a mental health setting and private practice dealing with a broad range of symptoms including, but not limited to, chronic trauma, loss or abuse, stress, anxiety, depression, marital difficulties, child-parent conflicts, self-harm, bi-polar disorder, addiction and border-line states – to name just some of the presenting issues.
I am a BPS Chartered Psychologist, Registered Counselling and Clinical Psychologist (HCPC), Integrative Psychotherapist, and Mindfulness Teacher. I offer a safe and confidential space, supporting clients who would like to develop more awareness of their inner world and its impact on their current challenges and ways of relating.
As a therapist, I work with clients to help them deal with issues such as depression, anxiety and invasive thoughts. I believe that society is quick to label people and say “whats wrong with you?” whereas, I believe we should be asking “What happened to you?” My clients have included survivors of childhood abuse, neglect, sexual assault and those recovering from traumatic-based experiences that have affected their current quality of life. I offer bereavement counselling to help people navigate their pain and find their own way to make sense of their loss. I recognise that, as each person is unique, so is their grieving process.
If you are reading this you may be wishing for something in your life, family or relationship to be different. I too was looking for difference when I first began my Systemic Psychotherapy training. My name is Marianne Le Coyte Grinney and I am a Family and Systemic Psychotherapist: I believe 'the person is never the problem' and that people are best understood within systems, for example their family, work and social life. My therapeutic posture aims not to apportion blame, but to support individual and collective change within a safe and supportive environment. I do not hope to provide answers, but to facilitate change through
Do you feel that past events are affecting how you cope with life today? Are there recurring patterns in your relationships? Do you want a place to be heard; to express your concerns & difficulties? I offer a pragmatic, relational approach, helping you to move forward by understanding yourself better. I also take a psychodynamic approach, which means we will explore & think about how your past affects your present; some recurrent issues may be related to your past, but which you are not consciously aware of. Alternatively some past events may be very present in your mind & may need to be processed with an experienced professional.
At times, we can become stuck in old habits, patterns and fears that do not serve us anymore and get in the way of authentic and meaningful connection with ourselves and others. Working together, I can offer support through the difficulties that life brings and help you to connect with your resilience for emotional and mental well-being.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Baldon Row are psychologists, licensed counsellors, therapists, and psychotherapists, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualised treatment.
Services offered, education, and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Baldon Row then may specialise in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counselling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Baldon Row, or Child Psychologists in Baldon Row.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Baldon Row psychologists specialising in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Baldon Row specialise in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or counsellor who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
Can I afford counselling?
Yes. Most counsellors offer reasonable rates or will work on a sliding scale basis. Many accept health insurance. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the counsellor.