Claire Scott

Claire Scott


Registered Member MBACP

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07967611736

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Therapist - Stackpole

Stackpole SA71
07967611736
Sessions from £60.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available

Availability

I have availability for online therapy throughout the UK.



Availability for in person therapy  only in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex.

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential online counselling and psychotherapy. I have many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 

Online counselling is a way for you to engage in counselling using internet technology such as Zoom, email, online chat or webcam video link. I predominantly use Zoom video conferencing for this. You chose the time, the place and the pace of your counselling to suit your needs.

You will receive the same emotional support and understanding during your sessions as in face-to-face sessions..

You will still have the safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings in regard to any issues you may have.

Therapy at a time, place and pace that suits you.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

Practice description

I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Therapeutic Psychodynamic Counselling from the University of Brighton.

Whilst I also work in person at my practice in Hove, East Sussex, this particular profile is for my online work.

I work with people from all walks of life in a way that respects culture, values, beliefs, gender identity and sexual orientation.

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. It may not seem to make sense why you are feeling low and that's why talking to an objective, experienced therapist can help you.

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

Ethical Non-monogamous relationships

Fertility, Pregnancy, Infertility and Loss

Menopause

LGBTQ Community

Grief and/or Bereavement

Redundancy

www.insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - info@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Cancer, Child related issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Self-harm, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Online therapy

Languages spoken

English

Therapist - Cambridge

Cambridge CB1
07967611736
Sessions from £65.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available

Availability

I have availability for online therapy throughout the UK.



Availability for in person therapy only in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex.

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential online counselling and psychotherapy. I have many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 

Online counselling is a way for you to engage in counselling using internet technology such as Zoom, email, online chat or webcam video link. I predominantly use Zoom video conferencing for this. You chose the time, the place and the pace of your counselling to suit your needs.

You will receive the same emotional support and understanding during your sessions as in face-to-face sessions..

You will still have the safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings in regard to any issues you may have.

Therapy at a time, place and pace that suits you.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

Practice description

Why you might feel you need help

Sometimes we just might not feel right and be unsure why this is. Mood could be low, with little or no joy in day to day life. This can affect self-confidence and self-esteem and might then cause problems with work or feeling anxious when in social situations.

For some people, this low mood may have been experienced for a long time, perhaps even years. In others it can come on suddenly - seemingly without a cause. Sometimes this can be as a result of focussing on others’ needs (e.g. children, partner, parents) and can cause you to neglect your own life as a result.

You might feel lonely - it can be difficult to be alone, but also hard to be around people when feeling sad and perhaps feeling like there is nothing to offer socially. This can sometimes impact self-esteem and cause negative thoughts about who you are and what you have to offer.

Conversely, you might also be aware of what your feeling is and why you are feeling it. For example, experiencing feeling guilt because anger issues are causing pain and problems with relationships. Perhaps you need help with understanding why you have difficulties communicating your feelings without getting angry.

You might also feel fear that your relationship will end and what that might mean for you. These kinds of feelings can feel too much on your own and it is very helpful to talk it through with another person.

If you are feeling anything like the above, I encourage you to seek support. Talking therapy can help you gain a better understanding of how you are feeling, why it might be happening and what you can do to help yourself.

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. 

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

Ethical Non-monogamous relationships

Fertility

Menopause

LGBTQ

My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

I’m passionate about my work as a therapist as well as the long term benefits of talk therapy and I am committed to making a difference to my clients' lives.

My approach isn't rigid - it focuses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know first hand how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - info@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

CBT, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Older adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Online therapy

Languages spoken

English

Therapist - Bristol

Bristol BS1
07967611736
Sessions from £65.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available

Availability

I have availability for online therapy throughout the UK.



Availability for in person therapy only in Brighton, East Sussex.

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential online counselling and psychotherapy. I have many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 

Online counselling is a way for you to engage in counselling using internet technology such as Zoom, email, online chat or webcam video link. I predominantly use Zoom video conferencing for this. You chose the time, the place and the pace of your counselling to suit your needs.

You will receive the same emotional support and understanding during your sessions as in face-to-face sessions..

You will still have the safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings in regard to any issues you may have.

Therapy at a time, place and pace that suits you.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

Practice description

Why you might feel you need help

Sometimes we just might not feel right and be unsure why this is. Mood could be low, with little or no joy in day to day life. This can affect self-confidence and self-esteem and might then cause problems with work or feeling anxious when in social situations.

For some people, this low mood may have been experienced for a long time, perhaps even years. In others it can come on suddenly - seemingly without a cause. Sometimes this can be as a result of focussing on others’ needs (e.g. children, partner, parents) and can cause you to neglect your own life as a result.

You might feel lonely - it can be difficult to be alone, but also hard to be around people when feeling sad and perhaps feeling like there is nothing to offer socially. This can sometimes impact self-esteem and cause negative thoughts about who you are and what you have to offer.

Conversely, you might also be aware of what your feeling is and why you are feeling it. For example, experiencing feeling guilt because anger issues are causing pain and problems with relationships. Perhaps you need help with understanding why you have difficulties communicating your feelings without getting angry.

You might also feel fear that your relationship will end and what that might mean for you. These kinds of feelings can feel too much on your own and it is very helpful to talk it through with another person.

If you are feeling anything like the above, I encourage you to seek support. Talking therapy can help you gain a better understanding of how you are feeling, why it might be happening and what you can do to help yourself.

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. 

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

Ethical Non-monogamous relationships

Fertility

Menopause

LGBTQ


My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

I’m passionate about my work as a therapist as well as the long term benefits of talk therapy and I am committed to making a difference to my clients' lives.

My approach isn't rigid - it focuses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know first hand how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - info@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

CBT, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Older adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Online therapy

Languages spoken

English

Therapist - Hove

Hove BN3
07967611736
Sessions from £65.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Available for home visits
  • Concessionary rates

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential counselling and psychotherapy in Hove, East Sussex with many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

I see clients in a comfortable, quiet and confidential therapy room in Hove and also offer online therapy for those who cannot attend in person or who may prefer this option. 

Practice description

I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Therapeutic Psychodynamic Counselling from the University of Brighton. 

I have been in offering long or short term counselling and psychotherapy for over ten years to adults and young people living in Brighton and Hove and surrounding areas.

For short term therapy I work with clients on a weekly basis for approximately ten sessions.

Many people choose to come to therapy on an open-ended basis. usually meeting once a week, sometimes twice.

I work with people from all walks of life in a way that respects culture, values, beliefs, gender identity and sexual orientation. 

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. It may not seem to make sense why you are feeling low and that's why talking to an objective, experienced therapist can help you.

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

  • Ethical Non-monogamous relationships
  • Fertility, Pregnancy, Infertility and Loss
  • Menopause
  • LGBTQ Community
  • Grief and/or Bereavement
  • Redundancy

www.insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk


My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - claire@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Abuse, Anxiety, Bereavement, Cancer, Child related issues, Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME, Cultural issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Obsessions, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Self-harm, Service veterans, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

CBT, Integrative, Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, EAP, Older adults, Trainees, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Home visits, Long term sessions, Long-term face-to-face work, Online therapy, Short term sessions, Short-term face-to-face work, Telephone therapy

Languages spoken

English

Therapist - London

London SW11
07967611736
Sessions from £65.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available

Availability


THIS PARTICULAR LISTING IS FOR ONLINE THERAPY ONLY




Availability for in person therapy only in Brighton, East Sussex.

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential online counselling and psychotherapy. I have many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 

Online counselling is a way for you to engage in counselling using internet technology such as Zoom, email, online chat or webcam video link. I predominantly use Zoom video conferencing for this. You chose the time, the place and the pace of your counselling to suit your needs.

You will receive the same emotional support and understanding during your sessions as in face-to-face sessions..

You will still have the safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings in regard to any issues you may have.

Therapy at a time, place and pace that suits you.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

Practice description

Why you might feel you need help

Sometimes we just might not feel right and be unsure why this is. Mood could be low, with little or no joy in day to day life. This can affect self-confidence and self-esteem and might then cause problems with work or feeling anxious when in social situations.

For some people, this low mood may have been experienced for a long time, perhaps even years. In others it can come on suddenly - seemingly without a cause. Sometimes this can be as a result of focussing on others’ needs (e.g. children, partner, parents) and can cause you to neglect your own life as a result.

You might feel lonely - it can be difficult to be alone, but also hard to be around people when feeling sad and perhaps feeling like there is nothing to offer socially. This can sometimes impact self-esteem and cause negative thoughts about who you are and what you have to offer.

Conversely, you might also be aware of what your feeling is and why you are feeling it. For example, experiencing feeling guilt because anger issues are causing pain and problems with relationships. Perhaps you need help with understanding why you have difficulties communicating your feelings without getting angry.

You might also feel fear that your relationship will end and what that might mean for you. These kinds of feelings can feel too much on your own and it is very helpful to talk it through with another person.

If you are feeling anything like the above, I encourage you to seek support. Talking therapy can help you gain a better understanding of how you are feeling, why it might be happening and what you can do to help yourself.

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. 

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

Ethical Non-monogamous relationships

Fertility

Menopause

LGBTQ

My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

I’m passionate about my work as a therapist as well as the long term benefits of talk therapy and I am committed to making a difference to my clients' lives.

My approach isn't rigid - it focuses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know first hand how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - info@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Personal development, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Self esteem, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues

Types of therapy

CBT, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Older adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Online therapy

Languages spoken

English

Therapist - London

London N1
07967611736
Sessions from £65.00

Features

  • Flexible hours available

Availability

I have availability for online therapy throughout the UK.


Availability for in person therapy  only in Brighton, East Sussex.

About me and my therapy practice

Hello, I'm Claire. I offer supportive, empathic, friendly and confidential online counselling and psychotherapy. I have many years of experience in working with adults and young people. 
My approach isn't rigid - it focusses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy. 


Online counselling is a way for you to engage in counselling using internet technology such as Zoom, email, online chat or webcam video link. I predominantly use Zoom video conferencing for this. You chose the time, the place and the pace of your counselling to suit your needs.


You will receive the same emotional support and understanding during your sessions as in face-to-face sessions..

You will still have the safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings in regard to any issues you may have.

Therapy at a time, place and pace that suits you.


The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process. 

Talking therapy works in a way to help you to find the way to understand your past experiences and your current situation. The goals of psychodynamic counselling are improved self-awareness and an understanding of the influence of the past on present behaviour and experiences. This is a relational approach and allows you to observe patterns of behaviour of your own or others that that may have occurred in your life, that could be affecting your relationships and well-being. 

Practice description

Why you might feel you need help

Sometimes we just might not feel right and be unsure why this is. Mood could be low, with little or no joy in day to day life. This can affect self-confidence and self-esteem and might then cause problems with work or feeling anxious when in social situations.

For some people, this low mood may have been experienced for a long time, perhaps even years. In others it can come on suddenly - seemingly without a cause. Sometimes this can be as a result of focussing on others’ needs (e.g. children, partner, parents) and can cause you to neglect your own life as a result.

You might feel lonely - it can be difficult to be alone, but also hard to be around people when feeling sad and perhaps feeling like there is nothing to offer socially. This can sometimes impact self-esteem and cause negative thoughts about who you are and what you have to offer.

Conversely, you might also be aware of what your feeling is and why you are feeling it. For example, experiencing feeling guilt because anger issues are causing pain and problems with relationships. Perhaps you need help with understanding why you have difficulties communicating your feelings without getting angry.

You might also feel fear that your relationship will end and what that might mean for you. These kinds of feelings can feel too much on your own and it is very helpful to talk it through with another person.

If you are feeling anything like the above, I encourage you to seek support. Talking therapy can help you gain a better understanding of how you are feeling, why it might be happening and what you can do to help yourself.

Many people attend therapy for depression or low mood, anxiety, relationship difficulties, feelings of 'stuckness', trauma, loss and grief. You might not even be sure what is bothering you, but wish to process complicated thoughts and feelings. 

See my website for further information on areas of specialist focus:

Ethical Non-monogamous relationships

Fertility

Menopause

LGBTQ

My first session

It’s not always easy making the first step to see a therapist. There can still be a social stigma surrounding mental health, but attitudes are changing. People decide to contact a therapist for a huge variety of reasons, perhaps relationship issues, feelings of loneliness, low mood for unexplained reasons, work stress, trauma – recent or historic and the impact on present day and of course, bereavement and loss. It can feel terribly hard coping alone and often taking the first step to making contact with a therapist can feel the hardest.

I’m passionate about my work as a therapist as well as the long term benefits of talk therapy and I am committed to making a difference to my clients' lives.

My approach isn't rigid - it focuses on you and your specific needs and is therefore flexible and adaptable according to what you bring to the therapy.

The relationship between the client and therapist is the key to progress and making the changes you wish to make. I know first hand how daunting it can feel when you're first looking for the 'right' therapist for you. We can have a short chat on the phone to allow you to ask any questions you may have prior to making an appointment if that helps ease the process.

When you decide the time is right for you, get in touch via email or phone and we can discuss what you need. 

You can call or text me on 07967611736 or by email - info@insightcounsellingbrighton.co.uk

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Cancer, Child related issues, Depression, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, LGBTQ+ counselling, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Self-harm, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Vegan allied, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

CBT, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Older adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Online therapy

Languages spoken

English