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Hi, thanks for stopping by my profile and for taking the first step to finding a person-centred counsellor. Problems and issues in our lives can sometimes be difficult to admit or express so this first step is an important one but it can also feel daunting and unfamiliar to do so. Often upsets and unresolved difficulties in one area of our life can throw other areas out of balance. Anxiety, depression, stress, low self-esteem, trauma, grief, loss etc. can rob a life of joy. Therapy can be difficult at times but together we will find a way for you to become the expert of your life story and to live your best life. You deserve that.
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Hi, thanks for stopping by my profile and for taking the first step to finding a person-centred counsellor. Problems and issues in our lives can sometimes be difficult to admit or express so this first step is an important one but it can also feel daunting and unfamiliar to do so. Often upsets and unresolved difficulties in one area of our life can throw other areas out of balance. Anxiety, depression, stress, low self-esteem, trauma, grief, loss etc. can rob a life of joy. Therapy can be difficult at times but together we will find a way for you to become the expert of your life story and to live your best life. You deserve that.
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Looking for a counsellor is already a brave step. My hope for you, is that we can explore whats distressing you, what’s maintaining it and how we can bring about positive change. Anxiety, Low Mood and Relationship struggles amongst others, are all issues we can face at various times in our life. Understanding ourselves better and how to best cope can begin to alleviate the discomfort felt in emotional distressing times. Therapy provides a safe space to explore what's keeping you stuck, what's driving it and how to unlock yourself from thinking and behaviours that no longer serve you.
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07588 738508
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Looking for a counsellor is already a brave step. My hope for you, is that we can explore whats distressing you, what’s maintaining it and how we can bring about positive change. Anxiety, Low Mood and Relationship struggles amongst others, are all issues we can face at various times in our life. Understanding ourselves better and how to best cope can begin to alleviate the discomfort felt in emotional distressing times. Therapy provides a safe space to explore what's keeping you stuck, what's driving it and how to unlock yourself from thinking and behaviours that no longer serve you.
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I am an experienced Chartered Counselling Psychologist and a BPS RAPPS registered clinical supervisor. I work in a flexible, client-centred and integrative way and tailor my therapeutic approach to suit individual needs, goals and preferences. I offer a collaborative, warm and welcoming approach where we will work together at a pace that suits you. I will support you to explore, to learn skills, to manage and to hopefully overcome your difficulties. For more info visit www.thepsychologysmith.com
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0141 473 6994
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I am an experienced Chartered Counselling Psychologist and a BPS RAPPS registered clinical supervisor. I work in a flexible, client-centred and integrative way and tailor my therapeutic approach to suit individual needs, goals and preferences. I offer a collaborative, warm and welcoming approach where we will work together at a pace that suits you. I will support you to explore, to learn skills, to manage and to hopefully overcome your difficulties. For more info visit www.thepsychologysmith.com
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Psychotherapist, MSc, MBPsS
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I work with clients who normally function well in their daily lives but are currently experiencing feelings of stuckness, frustration, or a lack of direction or meaning. This can be the result of a number of life events, such as a loss (e.g. of relationship, employment) or an interpersonal conflict, accompanied by feelings of low mood, disappointment, a sense of meaninglessness and, occasionally, anxiety that is difficult to explain. The clients I work best with are curious and motivated to explore their thinking patterns, emotions, and behaviour. They are willing to be challenged and to try new, more satisfying ways of being.
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I work with clients who normally function well in their daily lives but are currently experiencing feelings of stuckness, frustration, or a lack of direction or meaning. This can be the result of a number of life events, such as a loss (e.g. of relationship, employment) or an interpersonal conflict, accompanied by feelings of low mood, disappointment, a sense of meaninglessness and, occasionally, anxiety that is difficult to explain. The clients I work best with are curious and motivated to explore their thinking patterns, emotions, and behaviour. They are willing to be challenged and to try new, more satisfying ways of being.
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Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
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I know how difficult it is to reach out for support and how bumpy our personal journey can be at times. I am a fully qualified, experienced therapist and I work with a variety of issues including trauma, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationship issues and stress. I believe that the key in my therapeutic work is simply being there for you with an open heart and mind. Being fully present means meeting you and your life's journey with empathy and compassion, because I know from the experience how powerful it can be to feel really seen and understood.
Female
07756 915507
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I know how difficult it is to reach out for support and how bumpy our personal journey can be at times. I am a fully qualified, experienced therapist and I work with a variety of issues including trauma, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationship issues and stress. I believe that the key in my therapeutic work is simply being there for you with an open heart and mind. Being fully present means meeting you and your life's journey with empathy and compassion, because I know from the experience how powerful it can be to feel really seen and understood.
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I am a fully qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist offering one to one counselling sessions to anyone who feels they may need help with a variety of issues. The approach I use is an integrative Cognitive Behavioural approach, which allows me to borrow techniques from other therapies. My aim is to help you to become your own therapist, by providing psycho education on issues you are facing and providing you with a variety of tools and techniques to ensure you are better equipped to deal with these. We will work together to help set goals and find ways to challenge and cope with these difficulties in a way that best suits you.
Female
01236 804131
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I am a fully qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist offering one to one counselling sessions to anyone who feels they may need help with a variety of issues. The approach I use is an integrative Cognitive Behavioural approach, which allows me to borrow techniques from other therapies. My aim is to help you to become your own therapist, by providing psycho education on issues you are facing and providing you with a variety of tools and techniques to ensure you are better equipped to deal with these. We will work together to help set goals and find ways to challenge and cope with these difficulties in a way that best suits you.
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A cognitive behavioural therapist who provides a collaborative, supportive, non-judgmental and compassionate environment where you can discuss challenges, issues or concerns that are important to you. Working together, you will be provided with new skills and strategies to help you make positive and lasting change in your life.
Female
01236 809089
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A cognitive behavioural therapist who provides a collaborative, supportive, non-judgmental and compassionate environment where you can discuss challenges, issues or concerns that are important to you. Working together, you will be provided with new skills and strategies to help you make positive and lasting change in your life.
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Psychotherapist, BABCP Provisional
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I treat a variety of common mental health difficulties and life challenges (e.g. mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, PTSD, complex trauma, difficulties with relationships, stress, low self-esteem, perfectionist traits). Some people aren’t quite sure what’s going on for them, but something just doesn’t feel right. I want to help you to get your life on track, break out of unhelpful relationships and patterns of behaviour, and help you find meaning and satisfaction in life. I can offer you a safe and non-judgmental space, that exists solely for you, to explore what it is that’s causing difficulty for you.
Female
01452 930963
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I treat a variety of common mental health difficulties and life challenges (e.g. mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, PTSD, complex trauma, difficulties with relationships, stress, low self-esteem, perfectionist traits). Some people aren’t quite sure what’s going on for them, but something just doesn’t feel right. I want to help you to get your life on track, break out of unhelpful relationships and patterns of behaviour, and help you find meaning and satisfaction in life. I can offer you a safe and non-judgmental space, that exists solely for you, to explore what it is that’s causing difficulty for you.
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I am a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist based in Ayrshire. I work predominantly with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, but also draw on other therapeutic approaches to provide a more integrative and tailored therapy for you. There are times when we all experience situations that cause distress or uncertainty and it can be difficult to move past these events or to speak to those close to us.
Female
01292 439650
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I am a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist based in Ayrshire. I work predominantly with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, but also draw on other therapeutic approaches to provide a more integrative and tailored therapy for you. There are times when we all experience situations that cause distress or uncertainty and it can be difficult to move past these events or to speak to those close to us.
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Counsellor, MBACP
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The Global COVID-19 situation is an anxiety provoking time for all and the uncertainty has perhaps had a detrimental impact on your mental health. It has affected people in many different ways such as excessive worrying, fearing the worst, feeling isolated and unmotivated due to change/lack of routine, sleep disturbances and perhaps digestion problems. The recent restrictions and guidance around self-isolating means that you may be finding it difficult to access face to face therapy at this time, but that doesn't mean that you have to wait. Now is the perfect time to engage in therapy from the comfort of your own home.
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0141 465 5898
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The Global COVID-19 situation is an anxiety provoking time for all and the uncertainty has perhaps had a detrimental impact on your mental health. It has affected people in many different ways such as excessive worrying, fearing the worst, feeling isolated and unmotivated due to change/lack of routine, sleep disturbances and perhaps digestion problems. The recent restrictions and guidance around self-isolating means that you may be finding it difficult to access face to face therapy at this time, but that doesn't mean that you have to wait. Now is the perfect time to engage in therapy from the comfort of your own home.
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Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
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At different times in our lives we go through challenges that can affect how we feel and have a negative impact on us. We all have unique ways of dealing with situations. At these times, many people find it helpful to explore how they are feeling with somebody else. It is important at these times to have a safe space to do this.
Female
0141 473 4435
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At different times in our lives we go through challenges that can affect how we feel and have a negative impact on us. We all have unique ways of dealing with situations. At these times, many people find it helpful to explore how they are feeling with somebody else. It is important at these times to have a safe space to do this.
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Psychologist, PsychD, HCPC - Couns. Psych.
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As a Counselling Psychologist and Specialist Couples Therapist with seven years experience working with individuals, couples and groups, I work based on the principle that therapy is not a one size fits all approach. I am able to call upon a number of therapeutic models to tailor treatment to meet the individual needs of my clients, with the overall aim of achieving specific goals. My aim is to create a safe and non-judgemental environment where clients feel encouraged to take an active and collaborative role in their treatment.
Female
0141 280 2841
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As a Counselling Psychologist and Specialist Couples Therapist with seven years experience working with individuals, couples and groups, I work based on the principle that therapy is not a one size fits all approach. I am able to call upon a number of therapeutic models to tailor treatment to meet the individual needs of my clients, with the overall aim of achieving specific goals. My aim is to create a safe and non-judgemental environment where clients feel encouraged to take an active and collaborative role in their treatment.
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People come for counselling for a variety of reasons including to deal with anxiety, to deal with strong emotions, feeling confused, low self esteem, procrastination, to find more joy in life, eating issues, for self development or/and to work with painful childhood experiences that need to be healed. Counselling enables you to work with the aspects of yourself which you feel may be holding you back from enjoying the world and achieving in the ways you want in work, studies, or in your relationship(s). Michelle and I have 16 plus years experience working within Community Mental Health, Education and the NHS.
Female
0141 280 4354
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People come for counselling for a variety of reasons including to deal with anxiety, to deal with strong emotions, feeling confused, low self esteem, procrastination, to find more joy in life, eating issues, for self development or/and to work with painful childhood experiences that need to be healed. Counselling enables you to work with the aspects of yourself which you feel may be holding you back from enjoying the world and achieving in the ways you want in work, studies, or in your relationship(s). Michelle and I have 16 plus years experience working within Community Mental Health, Education and the NHS.
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Psychotherapist, DCounsPsych, MBACP
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At the moment, life feels crazy.I'm sure at some point in the past we have all wished for the pause we have in our busy lives just now - so why is it so hard to enjoy?? There are so many pressures we put on ourselves and the way we go about life..... if you need a neutral,supporting person to talk these feelings through with, or even some support in seeing things in a different way... I'm here! Friendly, enthusiastic and very supportive. No ones circumstances are the same and no one answer is right. We could find a new way of coping together to help you find the way to adjust to life at the moment and going forward.
Female
07449 585365
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At the moment, life feels crazy.I'm sure at some point in the past we have all wished for the pause we have in our busy lives just now - so why is it so hard to enjoy?? There are so many pressures we put on ourselves and the way we go about life..... if you need a neutral,supporting person to talk these feelings through with, or even some support in seeing things in a different way... I'm here! Friendly, enthusiastic and very supportive. No ones circumstances are the same and no one answer is right. We could find a new way of coping together to help you find the way to adjust to life at the moment and going forward.
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My name is Marion and I am a counsellor and psychotherapist, with a background in nursing. Considering therapy can feel extremely daunting especially if you are already feeling low mood, anxiety or out of sorts. I can offer you a safe and confidential space where we can collaboratively explore what's keeping your problems going. I am currently working as a psychotherapist in the third sector delivering therapy to clients with a wide range of psychological difficulties. I deliver predominantly CBT, however depending on your needs I will integrate other approaches, one being compassion focused therapy (CFT).
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0141 471 9294
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My name is Marion and I am a counsellor and psychotherapist, with a background in nursing. Considering therapy can feel extremely daunting especially if you are already feeling low mood, anxiety or out of sorts. I can offer you a safe and confidential space where we can collaboratively explore what's keeping your problems going. I am currently working as a psychotherapist in the third sector delivering therapy to clients with a wide range of psychological difficulties. I deliver predominantly CBT, however depending on your needs I will integrate other approaches, one being compassion focused therapy (CFT).
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Hello, my name is Alison. I know that there are times in life when things can get too much: stress at work, relationships break up, we suffer losses and grief and we can feel anxious, overwhelmed or depressed. Life doesn't always run smoothly. Counselling can be a way of helping you through these tough times. I will support you through the counselling process at a pace that suits you. I am committed to my clients. I work with both individuals and couples. Relationships can be difficult. Communication is often difficult when people are hurting. Sometimes having another person present helps a constructive conversation take place
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0141 473 4832
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Hello, my name is Alison. I know that there are times in life when things can get too much: stress at work, relationships break up, we suffer losses and grief and we can feel anxious, overwhelmed or depressed. Life doesn't always run smoothly. Counselling can be a way of helping you through these tough times. I will support you through the counselling process at a pace that suits you. I am committed to my clients. I work with both individuals and couples. Relationships can be difficult. Communication is often difficult when people are hurting. Sometimes having another person present helps a constructive conversation take place
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Counsellor, MSc, MBACP Accred
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Often we come to counselling feeling distressed and confused. Something has happened - or is currently happening - in our lives that we are struggling to deal with. We can feel stuck and helpless, and even when we think we know what we need to do, it can be hard to make the changes required to move forward.
Female
0141 280 3458
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Often we come to counselling feeling distressed and confused. Something has happened - or is currently happening - in our lives that we are struggling to deal with. We can feel stuck and helpless, and even when we think we know what we need to do, it can be hard to make the changes required to move forward.
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Sometimes we can feel stuck in life, and find ourselves caught in a cycle of unhelpful behaviour patterns or ways of relating to ourselves and others. We may feel conflicted,anxious sad or depressed but don't know why. We want to understand ourselves better and to be understood by others. We want to achieve inner peace but we don’t know how to, or feel we have the capacity to make changes or achieve lasting healing.
Female
0141 465 5458
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Sometimes we can feel stuck in life, and find ourselves caught in a cycle of unhelpful behaviour patterns or ways of relating to ourselves and others. We may feel conflicted,anxious sad or depressed but don't know why. We want to understand ourselves better and to be understood by others. We want to achieve inner peace but we don’t know how to, or feel we have the capacity to make changes or achieve lasting healing.
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Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP
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At some point in our lives we all encounter difficulties. We each have unique experiences of these struggles and at times they can feel overwhelming. Experience and research lets us know that therapy can help. You may seek therapy if you feel stressed, anxious or struggle with low mood. You might find yourself affected by current or past experiences related to work, the home or relationships. Or it might be that you simply long for a confidential space to be heard and understood. Counselling and psychotherapy can help wherever you are in your life.
Female
0141 465 5912
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At some point in our lives we all encounter difficulties. We each have unique experiences of these struggles and at times they can feel overwhelming. Experience and research lets us know that therapy can help. You may seek therapy if you feel stressed, anxious or struggle with low mood. You might find yourself affected by current or past experiences related to work, the home or relationships. Or it might be that you simply long for a confidential space to be heard and understood. Counselling and psychotherapy can help wherever you are in your life.
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I have experience working with clients who have a range of issues such as gender, behavioural, anxiety, anger, depression, OCD, low self esteem and many more. Often my client come into therapy knowing that they are struggling but don actually know why.
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0141 280 7644
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I have experience working with clients who have a range of issues such as gender, behavioural, anxiety, anger, depression, OCD, low self esteem and many more. Often my client come into therapy knowing that they are struggling but don actually know why.

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How can I tell if a counsellor is right for me?
Counsellors and therapists in G2 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, you can find CBT Therapists in G2 who focus on a specific issue, as well as DBT Therapists in G2 who help clients with new skills to manage their emotions and relationships.

If you're seeking a marriage counsellor in G2 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counselling or couples counselling in G2 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counselling in G2 or family therapy in G2.