I am a fully trained, qualified Counsellor & Psychotherapist completing my Postgraduate Diploma through Stirling University. Since then I have gained extensive experience working with adults,children, couples and families, going on to qualify as a Counselling Supervisor. My experience of personal counselling brought about a huge self awareness and understanding leading me on the journey I now travel.
COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland) is a voluntary organisation and Charity Registered in Scotland No. SC018887 and a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in Scotland No.142360. The work of COSCA is also dependent on the contribution of the many volunteers and sessional workers drawn from throughout the counselling and psychotherapy community who sit on the standing policy and policy implementation/operational groups.
We specialise in serious trauma resolution. Philip Dutton has provided pro bono humanitarian aid following international disasters to resolve PTSD (& other issues) for professionals, first responders,families and especially where communities of children are affected. He has been active in Community Healing in Scotland UK after the 1996 Dunblane school massacre; the 1999 earthquakes in Istanbul, Turkey; and after the earthquakes destroyed a school in San Giuliano, Italy.
When people talk about therapy they often use the term to describe the processes of counselling, CBT, psychotherapy, relationship / couples counselling and family therapy. Therapy can help with arange of issues including: depression and mood, stress, anxiety, phobias, trauma and PTSD, anger management, eating disorders and body image issues, self-harm, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), abuse and many other issues.
My practice is based in Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire serving the area around Cumbernauld, Condorrat, Kirkintilloch, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, Denny, Falkirk and Stirling. I provide a Counselling,Psychotherapy and Trauma Therapy service for central Scotland. Stressed? Struggling? Need some help to get through a difficult period?
Steve Maguire had many years work experience in various NHS and local government units caring for young offenders, before qualifying as a clinical psychologist in 1988. He has experience in theassessment and treatment of a wide range of offenders, having served as Senior Clinical Psychologist in Devon and Cornwall Forensic Services operated by the South West Regional Health Authority and based in regional secure units in Exeter and Bristol.
My healing practice is maintained to provide a warm, safe and welcoming space for clients seeking therapy and support. Helping them overcome their psychological and emotional difficulties and havehelp to resolve distressing symptoms through attending therapy or training. As well as one to one sessions I run personal empowerment courses to aid healing and self development.
I am a counsellor in Edinburgh, providing professional, confidential counselling to help you to understand and work through issues that are causing problems in your life. These are likely related toyour current feelings and lead to some of your behaviour patterns which now feel out of context or unhelpful. Both need good care and attention, and a regular stock-take is invaluable. Too often people under-value their mental health and ignore early warning signs or withstand symptoms for too long.
She has been employed and also volunteered in a variety of settings over the last fifteen years and as well has having her own practice, she as been Project Co-ordinator for a registered charitywithin the Forth Valley which supports those who are experiencing housing issues and financial hardship for the last six years.
Counselling can offer you a unique opportunity to discuss in depth any worries you may have, and I can help guide you to lead a more settled life. The fact that you have a desire for change is thefirst step and as your therapist not only will I be there to help you achieve this, I will also help motivate you and give you tools in which to apply to every day life to help the change remain permanent.
Couple Counselling is a calm place where it's easy to talk about your difficulties, and where you and your partner will feel better understood by each other. You can talk about your problems withoutcontradiction or interruption, and without a 'fight' starting. Couple counselling leads to better understanding and communication, and improves the quality of your relationship.
They worked in an office as part of a team. One day their team leader called them all together for an important meeting. There was a particularly difficult problem. The team leader took quite sometime to carefully explain the circumstances. And asked each of them in turn to suggest a way forward. Unfortunately. Something Must Be Done! The Controller was too excited to really hear the issues but was full of bright thoughts on how to fix things once and for all.
Many people experience psychological, emotional and mental health difficulties at some point in their lives. Sometimes these difficulties can resolve with time or with support from family and friends.However, there are times when this is not enough. Psychological therapy, or psychotherapy, gives you the opportunity to explore your difficulties in a safe and confidential space and to discover ways to make positive changes, build psychological resilience and become 'unstuck'.
I bring my 14 years of counselling experience to individuals and couples in my central Aberdeen office. Both qualified and an experienced BACP accredited counsellor and UKCP registered psychotherapistworking one to one with individuals and with couples on a wide range of issues. However, generally it is more beneficial to meet in person when possible.
I have been working in the area of stress management since the early 1990's providing an individualised approach to ease the effects of life stresses on the emotional and physical health of people ofall ages and backgrounds. Stress affects people in many different ways and I have found that no one approach works with all people.
Welcome to Nightingale Counselling Consultancy where our aim is to deliver a life changing and enlightening counselling experience to both individuals and couples in a safe and confidentialenvironment. Nightingale Counselling Consultancy have been offering a wide range of counselling services for over a decade helping countless clients cope during the most difficult periods of their life.
I am a Registered and Accredited MBACP Counsellor/Psychotherapist with over 7 years' experience of working therapeutically with people. I am currently based in Largs on the beautiful North Ayrshirecoast. As a professional counsellor, my aim is to offer a safe, confidential, therapeutic, counselling relationship to clients in Ayrshire and its surrounding areas. I offer face to face counselling and I also offer telephone counselling, when appropriate.
I offer an introductory session, for which there is a standard charge of £40.00. During this, we will discuss the concerns you are bringing, and look into whether counselling and psychotherapy is thebest route for you. There aren't hard and fast differences. The general distinction is that psychotherapy is longer term and goes deeper. If the issues which are troubling you aren't major, you may need just short term counselling work, perhaps 6 - 10 sessions.
Momentum Counselling Services provides talk therapy for individuals and couples with a wide range of needs in the Dundee area. We strive to provide this service at a low cost while maintaining veryhigh standards and short waiting times. We are passionate about what we do, simply because our clients continually inspire us. Our clients often come to us feeling broken and down. It is an honour that these total strangers would open up to us. Of course we must earn and maintain their trust.
I am Martin Armstrong-Prior, BSc (hons), HD, Acc. Hyp. Sup., FNCH, MAAETS, NRAH reg & CNHC reg 000289-L10, Senior Clinician and I have practiced as a hypnotherapist and psychotherapist since 1992,when I established Humberstone Counselling. I started counselling at Leicester University in 1974, while reading for my degree in Psychology and Sociology, when I trained as a Person Centred Counsellor with Nightline, the student counselling service.