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Shannon Alanna

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    As your counsellor I create a safe space for you to take the deepest of breathes and bare all – your deepest fears, issues, worries and thoughts. I will be there for you – to support you, motivate you, empower you in your healing, recovery, growth and transformation in the most gentle and elegant way you can. I work with a Psychodynamic perspective, integrated with a person-centred approach. 

    As your coach I can help you achieve your goals and maximise your potential in life. We can discuss what’s making you feel unhappy, unfulfilled, discomfort and what’s causing roadblocks whilst giving you a gentle nudge to make you feel supported, encouraged and motivated to attain greater fulfilment and alignment.

    Michael McGovern

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      I am drawn to working with neurodiverse individuals, trauma survivors, and creating a place that men can be comfortable being vulnerable in. I endeavour to create a space of warmth, confidentiality, integrity, and inclusivity with all my clients.

      I have a wealth of experience in working with self-awareness and wellbeing, including topics such as owning ‘shadow’, anger, and shame, particularly within the context of men’s groups, and through the lens of spirituality.

      Sylvain Ayité

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        Sylvain works from the heart to bring about spiritual development with psychological healing. He is focused on helping people achieve positive, tangible, and permanent changes.

        Kate Hedges

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          Kate works with clients experiencing a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, stress, exploration of identity, and relationship difficulties. She has considerable experience working with mental health and a specialism in trauma. For more than 20 years Kate worked in ecotherapy in adult and adolescent services.

          Susan Marr

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            Susan qualified as a counsellor in 2007. She is trained as an integrated practitioner, with psychodynamic as her core model. She incorporates personal construct theory, cognitive behavioural therapy and person centred therapy. She has also completed the “Essentials” in psychosynthesis and training in dreamwork, abuse, sexuality and gender and trauma.

            Susan also offers coaching, helping to develop personal awareness and understanding blocks to dealing with issues.

            Susan offers counselling supervision individually or in groups.

            Adrian Tupper

              Adrian offers counselling to adults regardless of age, sex, sexual orientation, race and history. He has been counselling since 2007.

              Adrian uses an integrative approach but practises mostly psychodynamically, where the unconscious is made conscious through the exploration of emotions and our defences to them.

              Adrian is also a qualified supervisor for counsellors and anyone in the helping professions.