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Charlie Cornelius

Edinburgh, Scotland

Charlie Cornelius

PgDip in Counselling & Psychotherapy, University of Edinburgh
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

An increasing number of people come to a place in life when they want to talk to someone about their challenges. I am practised at providing a space in which clients feel able to start to share. This sharing can be a relief for clients and the start of a rewarding yet challenging journey.

I am trained in both the person-centred and psychodynamic approaches. The person-centred approach can help with getting in touch with the hidden parts of ourselves to have a positive influence on our life. The psychodynamic part can provide insights.

As well as studying counselling and psychotherapy at the University of Edinburgh, I have studied organisational development and nonviolent communication (NVC).

Edinburgh, Scotland
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Sophia England

Edinburgh, Scotland

Sophia England

PGDip, Counselling, The University of Edinburgh
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

While it can be valuable to talk about your problems with close friends and family members, sometimes the people around you aren’t able to provide the help you need. I’ll listen to you and help you to understand yourself better, so you can make positive changes in your life. I’m happy to consider working with almost any issue and have experience of working with a wide range of men and presenting issues. I’ve a speciality in working with people who are affected by trauma, I’ve completed Trauma Enhanced Practice Levels 2 and 3. I holds awareness that an event, a series of events or a set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally hurtful or life threatening can be termed as trauma.

Edinburgh, Scotland
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Benedicta Sanio

Edinburgh, Scotland

Benedicta Sanio

PgDip in Psychotherapy and Counselling, University of Edinburgh
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Although I trained in the dialogue between psychodynamic and person-centered approaches, I work creatively and intuitively, depending on the client’s needs. Essentially, my belief in the existence of an inner world through which we perceive an outer reality where the past is alive in the present is premised on my personal life experience. However, my primary objective is to build a therapeutic relationship with you grounded in honesty and openness, which may lead to trust and mutual understanding. What is most important to me is the relational aspect of our work together, which is deemed the prime factor in the therapeutic process according to research.

Edinburgh, Scotland
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Allister Murdoch

Edinburgh, Scotland

Allister Murdoch

PG Diploma in Humanistic Psychotherapy, Spectrum Therapy
Years in practice: 19
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I offer both face to face and online therapy in Edinburgh city centre.
I specialise in helping other men with issues of anxiety, bereavement, chemsex issues, depression, relationships, LGBTQI+ issues, and men who have been or are currently victims of abuse.

I am listed on The Directory of Pink Therapists.

Edinburgh, Scotland
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