Depression Counselling in Edinburgh

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Photo of Busy Minds Counselling , Counsellor in Edinburgh, Scotland
Busy Minds Counselling
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
Verified
I have a keen interest in working with complex trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression , ADHD, Autism, anger, cancer and chronic pain/ health related issues.
I am Katie Johnston and I run Busy Minds Counselling in Perth, Scotland. As a neuro - diverse counsellor I enjoy working within a pluralistic framework which draws from different modalities to support clients needs and challenges in therapy. Our work together will explore your needs and is not defined by one way of working with at times the need to " think out of the box" to find new ways to approach challenges and sticking points in life..
01738 505949 
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Edinburgh EH10
Offers online therapy
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Alison Edwards Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Psychologist, MSc, MBPsS
Verified
This may include CBT for depression , anxiety, panic, stress, low self esteem, anger, OCD, trauma, PTSD, work-place conflict, pain and addictions.
Choosing a professional to help you with your struggles can be a stressful process. Many people have heard of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy but aren’t sure what it involves, and don’t know whether they need CBT, counselling or something else. That’s not a problem - I will provide an initial phone call to answer questions, listen to your concerns and discuss with you what you are looking for. My first session by video call involves an assessment of your current difficulties from the perspective of a trained mental health professional, and working with you to establish whether CBT or counselling would be most beneficial for you.
01392 321135 
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Edinburgh EH1
Offers online therapy
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Forth Counselling
Psychotherapist, MSc, BACP
Hello and welcome. We all face difficulties at times, things that happen to us can feel overwhelming and result in worry, sadness or anger. Perhaps you want to feel more in control of your feelings, want to do more of the things you enjoy, or spend more quality time with others. Talking therapies can help you understand what may be causing and maintaining your problems, and can explore how to manage your feelings and thoughts in better, healthier ways. As a result, you may feel more able to cope with anxiety, depression , anger, trauma, bereavement and other issues and life challenges.
01506 536815 
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Office is near:
Edinburgh EH1
Offers online therapy
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Rowan Moloney
Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP
Verified
By working with your parts and their stories, and getting to know yourself at the nervous system level, we can alleviate symptoms such as anxiety, depression and fatigue.
Are there parts of you that feel unrepresented, hidden, anxious, ashamed, angry, or judged by others? We aren't born feeling this way, have you ever wondered how you got to where you are now? My clients come to me because they trust I can weather the hard places we visit together. We need to be able to talk about the harder things in life and I would like to offer you the space for this; a space of acceptance, warmth, and goodwill. Let's connect the dots of where you are now, how you got here, and work towards where you'd like to be. Please know that all parts of you are welcome with me. There is hope and there can be healing.
01323 403293 
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Edinburgh EH3
Offers online therapy
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Debbie Marshall
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MCOSCA
Verified
If you are dealing with difficulties or are feeling increasingly aware of the need to talk to someone, I am here. I am a qualified and experienced counsellor working with adults experiencing a range of issues. I believe that we are all valuable individuals with our own unique experiences and sometimes need a confidential, safe environment in which to gain powerful insight and life changing perspective. You will find my approach to be warm, grounding and attuned to you as an individual. My clients often refer to the trust we build between us as allowing them the space and safety to say anything.
 
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Edinburgh EH12
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Arianna Dell'Oro
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP
Verified
Sometimes we know what is going on in our life. Sometimes we struggle to make sense of our feelings, thoughts and world around us. And sometimes, it may feel like we are walking through a vicious quicksand. I work with people who may feel lost, tangled, overwhelmed and disconnected from themselves and others. I have experience with people who find it hard to see themselves, hear their voice and express what they want.
01764 915888 
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Edinburgh EH8
Not accepting new clients
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Evolve CBT
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
Do you feel stressed or have problems coping? Are your thoughts making you feel anxious or bringing your mood down? Sometimes we need help to make sense of why we think, feel, and behave the way we do. My name is Helen-Marie and I am a registered Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) and coach. CBT is a problem-focused therapy that shows how your thinking can affect your feelings and behaviours. You will learn new skills and positive coping strategies which can help you achieve your goals and make long-term changes in your life. It is important that we work together at your pace to achieve your goals.
0131 510 2783 
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Edinburgh EH10
Offers online therapy
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Kosmas Botsis
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP
Verified
As your counsellor, my role is to help you change the circumstances in your life that have become obstacles to living a fulfilling life. We will focus on improving these difficulties that hold you back in life. I believe counselling can help people improve their relationships and strengthen their skills and personalities. My passion is to help people overcome their problems and live a satisfying life.
0131 357 6391 
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Edinburgh EH2
Offers online therapy
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Douglas Nicholson
Psychotherapist, MA, MBPsS
Verified
Throughout our lives most of us will experience some form of emotional, mental or relationship problems. These problems can be related to our work, our home life, our past or simply come out of the blue. Sometimes it might just be a mild inconvenience, but more often it can affect our lives profoundly. Either way it can be hard to admit that help might be needed. And harder still to find the best help. That’s where I come in. With psychotherapy or counselling I can help you discover what the issues are and work with you to fix them.
0131 510 2543 
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Edinburgh EH6
Not accepting new clients
Photo of Kay Menzies, Counsellor in Edinburgh, Scotland
Kay Menzies
Counsellor, MBACP Accred
Verified
Would you like to feel happier, less worried, more content, less anxious? Have you become aware of patterns of behaviour you realise aren’t good for you, but don’t know how to stop? Do you feel that the image of yourself you present to the world doesn’t match how you feel inside?
0131 381 8400 
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Edinburgh EH6
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Maria Mariettou
Psychotherapist, MSc
Verified
I am a qualified, enthusiastic and highly motivated CBT psychotherapist. I hold my private practice in Edinburgh and work therapeutically in English and in Greek. I am passionate about supporting people in their journey of making meaningful and long-lasting changes in order to live a more fulfilling life. I work therapeutically with children, young people, adults, couples and families in an integrative way, combining elements of CBT, Person-centred approach, Systemic Family Therapy and Creative Therapies.
01934 317511 
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Edinburgh EH10
Offers online therapy
Photo of Mairi Rowan, Counsellor in Edinburgh, Scotland
Mairi Rowan
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
Whatever you are struggling with right now, I know how hard it can be to find someone to talk to. You may still be carrying emotional hurt and pain from past life experiences or finding it hard to cope with more recent stressful or unexpected life events. Or maybe you are feeling fed-up and discontented with how things are in your life at the moment and you are no longer experiencing happiness or enjoyment in anything that you do. This can lead to conflict and tension in our close relationships, and have a negative impact on our self-confidence and sense of self-worth. If this sounds familiar, then counselling may be of help to you.
01934 311531 
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Edinburgh EH13
Offers online therapy
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Tim Bush
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
Sometimes for whatever reason life can become difficult. Often, we can understand and recognise the reasons for this difficulty. However, there are other times when we don’t understand why we feel troubled – we just know that we do. I believe that in either case talking about it with a trained professional would help. As a trained counsellor I have experience in helping people to process and cope with a wide range of issues.
0131 381 8436 
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Edinburgh EH2
Offers online therapy
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Krzysztof Wlodarski
Psychotherapist, MBABCP
Verified
The first session is the opportunity to hear what brings you to therapy. We will assess the level and the impact the difficulty you are facing has on your life. This will create a baseline that we use later to monitor progress. We will then focus on finding out what would you like to gain from our work together. Often my client knows what they do not want, identifying what they would like to change is harder, and my role is to help you with that. Studies show, that awareness of your needs, is the first crucial step in the process of change.
01764 915872 
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Edinburgh EH7
Offers online therapy
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Fiona Simpson
Psychologist, PsychD, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified
I am a Chartered Psychologist with over 20 years’ experience of working with people across the age range to manage and overcome psychological problems. I work with most types of psychological problems and greatly enjoy the diversity of my practice. I use a number of different psychological therapies, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) interpersonal psychotherapy, Schema-focussed Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) targeting problems with the most effective evidence based
0131 378 1294 
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Edinburgh EH1
Offers online therapy
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Louise McBride
Psychotherapist, PsychD, MBACP
Verified
Whatever your reasons for being here, you are very welcome. I provide a very safe and confidential space to people from ALL walks of life. Whatever difficulty you are experiencing I can help you to gain insight into why these difficulties exist and persist. Together, we will think about your past relational experiences and how they are unconsciously influencing how you behave now. Developing a profound understanding of your unconscious self can be life changing. Psychodynamic therapy is about gaining insight, getting in touch with yourself, understanding why you are who you are.
0131 510 4437 
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Edinburgh EH7
Offers online therapy
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Gavin Lashley
Counsellor
Verified
I am an integrative Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) counsellor, working exclusively online. My main role as a counsellor is to help you connect with how you want to be in the world and to help us work together towards putting that into practice. I believe counselling can be of benefit to anyone who wants support with changing the way they relate to themselves and their environment. It could be, for example, that you are missing out on opportunities due to fear of failure, you feel stuck in a relationship, job, or friendship group, or that whatever you do never seems to quieten the cruel self-critical voice in your head.
0131 378 1353 
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Edinburgh EH7
Offers online therapy
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Rosanna Veitch
Counsellor, MHGI
Verified
It is a courageous step to reach out to a therapist and, in recognition of this, I have wholeheartedly devoted 30 years of my life to helping people create real and lasting change. I have completed a vast amount of psychological training and am guided by extensive experience in really hearing the parts of my clients’ experience which are keeping them ‘stuck’ or are barriers to happiness. I help people to understand crucial scientific findings about how the brain affects our happiness and I use the most effective techniques to help clients become liberated from unhelpful repetitive behaviours or thought patterns.
0131 357 6190 
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Edinburgh EH14
Offers online therapy
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Adam Macalpine
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I offer a safe and facilitative space for you to think about what you need in order to feel better. An important part of that process is the relationship we develop and I will be with you each step of the way. I will listen, empathise, wonder with you, as well as laugh, cry, and get angry. Life is incredibly difficult at times. We could most likely all benefit from a space where we can share ourselves, our thoughts and feelings, and be shown acceptance. More than that, be shown care and understanding of what we are going through. If you feel that you would benefit from that kind of space, then please get in touch.
0131 510 5475 
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Edinburgh EH6
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Dr Bruce Scott Psychoanalyst-Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, PhD
Verified
Psychoanalysis or psychoanalytic psychotherapy is an open-ended conversation with no agenda and no time limit (i.e. number of sessions). The practice (Greek: Praxis) of psychoanalysis attends to the person who comes for analysis, to listen and witness their concerns, and to facilitate, if possible some kind of loosening of the strictures than bind and contort experience. I work with people with different needs under the rubric of mental distress.
0131 381 0244 
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Edinburgh EH1
Offers online therapy


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