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Integrative therapy

Acknowledges that you are a unique individual with your own thoughts and experiences. Taking the most effective techniques from different types of therapy, we will work together to find an approach that works best for you.

Accepting of all

No matter who you are or where you come from I am accepting of ALL people and will listen to you in a caring and non-judgmental way. This is a place for you to feel heard and understood. Whatever is troubling you, we can work through it together.

On and Offline

Offering face-to-face sessions as well as online counselling to individuals. Based in Doncaster, sessions take place in my warm and private counselling room. It is my goal to create a comfortable and safe counselling space for you whether that be in person or online.

How counselling can help

Counselling, also known as talking therapy, is a way to help you deal with difficulties in your life or emotional problems.

The aim is to always work with you towards achieving your goals, one step at a time and at a pace that suits you.

If you are considering getting help, counselling is a great tool! Did you know many people find counselling as, or more, effective than medication?

Taking that next step can feel daunting. Remember you ARE strong enough and have it within you to take that next step.

I've put together a list of things to look out for if you're still deciding whether counselling is right for you

Should I get counselling?

Sometimes it's easier to talk to a stranger than to relatives or friends.

NHS"Benefits of talking therapy"

Things I can help with

Bereavement and loss
Sexual and domestic abuse
Life transitions
Anger
Relationship issues
Anxiety
Depression
Sexuality and gender
Cultural and identity issues
Eating disorders
Guilt and shame
Low self-esteem

Meet Alex

Hi, I'm Alex. I'll be your counsellor.

I'm a professionally qualified integrative therapist. I'm a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).

I know that sometimes reaching out can be difficult, so I want to introduce myself to you, and give you an idea of what to expect in a therapy session.

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What do people who have had therapy think?

In order to protect confidentiality some personally identifying information has been changed

  • Bronwyn
    via Facebook

    I thought it would be difficult to open up about my problems with my therapist, but it was actually easier to talk to her about anxiety and depression than my parents or friends. A therapist isn't going to judge you or avoid you because of what you tell them; it's their job to help you deal with these things.

  • Mackenzie Maxwell
    via Facebook

    I used to think therapy was ridiculous because one hour per week could not be enough to help, but it's way more than that. In my experience, each session ended with something to work on. Sometimes it was writing in a journal every night. Sometimes it was saying kind things to myself every day. Whatever it was, there was a clear task. It made me feel like I could be productive in between sessions.

  • Billy
    via Buzzfeed

    No one ever told me how drastically therapy would change my life in the best ways. I never expected that after talking to a therapist about certain things I would be ready to open up about those things to other people in my life, as well. It's really strengthened my communication and, as a result, my relationships with the people most important to me.