British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
As a psychotherapist in Edinburgh, I offer clients individual therapy within short and long term time frames.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I practice within its framework of ethical guidelines and standards.
The BACP is committed to protecting the public through high quality, evidence based standards of ethical practice for counselling professionals like myself.
The BACP champion counselling professions like psychotherapy as a viable choice for people who are looking for support in making important life changes, have a feeling of being stuck or desire for a more meaningful and contented existence.
The BACP promotes and facilitates research while operating a robust framework to ensure that their members follow and adhere to the highest possible standards. In doing this, they help people considering psychotherapy to make more informed choices in finding a therapist, while pushing the ethical and professional standards of the profession higher.
As a registered member of the BACP, I too benefit from the associations drive to raise the credibility of and confidence in psychotherapy. BACP membership demonstrates my commitment to ethical and professional practice while showing that I have met their high standards of practice, have robust ethics and am committed to my ongoing professional development in order to assist others in feeling more fulfilled and less alone.
If you would like to know more about the BACP and how it effects my practice as a psychotherapist in Edinburgh, please contact me directly or use the link below to discover more about the benefits of psychotherapy and what the BACP does.
Psychotherapy is a transformational healing process through the use of communication. In principle, it involves two people who collaboratively explore, illuminate and re-orientate an individual's experience of their unique world. Psychotherapy can help change the lives of not just the individuals seeking therapy but also their families and communities.
I provide individual therapy for young adults and adults in Edinburgh, within short and long-term time frames, dependant on what is required. I work to instil self-awareness, using a holistic approach to all cases and the foundation of my work is based on movement towards recovery.
If you are looking for support then the first step is to carry out an initial engagement to clarify why you seek a therapist and what you are and are not looking for.
I offer a free 15-minute introductory phone consultation followed by an initial appointment at a reduced rate for you to ask questions and establish whether I am compatible with your needs.
To book an initial phone consultation, please call 44 (0) 7366 678886 or email. email@example.com