The private counselling psychology practice is located in the heart of Newcastle Upon Tyne and at a private location in Wallsend; both venues have car parking & close to the metro and bus links. You will find a relaxing and calming place where you can share your story. Life can be somewhat busy and with this in mind appointments are scheduled at a time that suits you and this includes the options of evenings and Saturdays. It is also understandable that finding the right counsellor is important to you so your first appointment is charged at £25.00. This ensures you can make an informed decision about counselling and clarify if I am the right counselling psychologist for you. Psychological treatment is then tailored for you and will focus on positive, forward looking and optimistic solutions to your personal growth & development.
Chartered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and registered with the regulatory body of the Health and Care Professions (HCPC) you can be ensured that you will received the “gold standard” in assessment & treatment. Psychologists undergo continued professional development after qualification to ensure we are kept up to date with theories, skills and research.
Individual Psychological therapies tailored to your individual need. All therapies are evidence based and includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Relationship and Couple counselling for those experiencing challenges in their relationship or wishing to strengthen as a couple.
Supervision to counsellors and psychologists.
If you feel that counselling would be of benefit to you then please feel to browse the remaining of the website and contact me to book a no obligation first session that will allow us to speak of your concerns and plan a counselling path for your personal growth. If you have any questions that remain answered during the next few pages then please send me an e-mail or telephone me and I would be happy to unanswered any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon and meeting with you at your first session.
“The therapeutic relationship is the most important ingredient in successful therapy”.