During your counselling sessions we will guide you through the process of self-discovery and understanding, and provide tools that enable you to improve your well-being. Our aim is to guide you toward the path of self-reliance. And we are always here to assist should you need a helping hand with new challenges.
Sophie is passionate about helping people identify patterns in their lives and relationships that are preventing them from living a full life.
Through a collaborative process, Sophie helps clients develop new behaviours that will enhance their well-being.
As a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Sophie uses a mix of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), mindfulness techniques and other psychotherapy practices to assist clients with accomplishing their mental health goals.
Sophie’s guiding principles are compassion, respect and honesty.
Most of Sophie's work focuses on supporting clients with depression, anxiety, post-natal depression & anxiety and eating disorders.
She also helps clients seeking assistance with addiction, trauma symptoms, self-care, life enhancement, goal attainment and self-discovery.
Kate studied Psychology and subsequently Sociology to Masters level and is a qualified therapist in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Previously, Kate worked for a charity organisation supporting children and families in need.
While supporting these families, Kate used CBT and similar counselling techniques to help them significantly improve their well-being.
Kate believes it is a privilege to help clients realise their potential, make positive changes, achieve goals and ultimately see a significant improvement to their mental health.
Most of Kate's work focuses on supporting families, teens and young adults, as well as clients needing help with anxiety and eating disorders.
Kate also works with clients seeking assistance with depression, addiction, trauma symptoms, self-care, life enhancement, goal attainment and self-discovery.
Tracy is a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) with a degree in Psychology and Sociology.
Tracy understands that seeking therapy can be daunting. She offers therapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment to explore the difficulties you are experiencing in your life.
Through 1:1 counselling sessions Tracy will help you explore the underlying issues that are negatively impacting your life.
She will teach you coping mechanisms and help you create positive behavioural changes to improve your well-being and move you closer toward your goals.
Tracy has extensive experience in the the field of addiction and relapse prevention.
She also helps clients seeking assistance with anxiety, depression, trauma symptoms, self-care, life enhancement, goal attainment and self-discovery.
Jen is a 2nd Year Trainee Counselling Practitioner. She is currently undertaking the Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling at Edinburgh University.
Jen is an approachable and dedicated trainee practitioner, fully committed to delivering client centred support to empower each individual to make informed decisions about their lives.
She has a sound theoretical knowledge of counselling theory and a particular interest in the person centred approach which prizes the individual and their journey.
Jen understands how impactful counselling can be but is also aware that is can be a big step into the unknown.
She is committed to creating a calm and holding atmosphere where clients feel they have enough space to explore what is happening in their lives