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Miranda Lo

Glasgow, Scotland

Miranda Lo

Master of Counselling (MCouns), Monash University, Australia and BSc in Psychology (Hons), Upper Iowa University, USA
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Hello! My name is Miranda – a counsellor and life coach. I work with an Integrative Therapeutic Approach to draw benefits from various modalities to suit You. I have worked with adults with various concerns, including social anxiety, performance anxiety, self-esteem issues, finding self-identity & meaning in life, career & vocational transformation, depression, bereavement, panic attack, anxiety, fixed core belief, nightmares, communication issues within relationships, self-harming, binge eating, long-term therapy support, dual diagnosis, alcohol and substance abuse, anger management and BPD issues. I participate in continual professional training regularly to keep my practice up-to-date in serving the various concerns of my clients.

Glasgow, Scotland
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Ms. Alison Elliot

Glasgow, Scotland

Ms. Alison Elliot

MPH, Glasgow University, and PgDip in Counselling, Strathclyde University
Years in practice: 19
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’m a person centred counsellor with a specific focus on emotion focussed therapy. I’m trained in EMDR and have experience of working with men exploring their sexuality, transgender, fertility and working through complex trauma. I aim to provide a safe welcoming environment to explore the challenges you face.

Glasgow, Scotland
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Ms. Nicola Keogh

Glasgow, Scotland

Ms. Nicola Keogh

MA (Hons), University of Glasgow and PGCE Dip in Therapeutic Counselling, MBACP College of Holistic Medicine Glasgow
Years in practice: 13
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I was once told ‘this too will pass’ and I have found the difficulties in my own life have done so. However I could not do it alone, as it felt too tough a journey to be on. Looking back today, I am glad I had a counsellor to listen to me and support me throughout my journey. You may feel as I did overloaded, confused and questioning why? As your counsellor I will to listen to you with empathy and compassion, help you see your strengths and show you kindness as you work through your challenges. With my support, over time your difficulties will too will pass and you will be able to lead  the life you want. I believe counselling gives us the space to get to know the real self. My aim is to help you get your life back on track.

Glasgow, Scotland
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Colin Thomson

Glasgow, Scotland

Colin Thomson

PGDiploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Persona Training and Development (validated by Aberdeen University)
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Hello, my name is Colin and I am a fully-qualified Person-Centred Counsellor. In addition to my professional counselling qualifications I also bring many years of life experience to my practice, which include my role as a listening volunteer and mentor with The Samaritans Organisation in Glasgow, supporting people who expressed anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. Our mental health can be impacted by many things and counselling is often sought when we are at our lowest ebb, and it can take great courage to admit that you are struggling to cope. Talking to a counsellor who won’t judge or force opinions upon you can help you find clarity and perspective and lead to positive change.

Glasgow, Scotland
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Vicki Allen

Glasgow, Scotland

Vicki Allen

MSc in Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Strathclyde
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

You may have arrived here because you feel stuck or flat or numb. Or wrung out. No time for you. Always there to help others, and sometimes taking on too much and not knowing how to say no. Boundaries are difficult. Not knowing where your partner (or friend or mother or boss) ends and where you begin.​ I know that I’m not a fixer – I can’t fix other people. But I absolutely believe people don’t need fixing. In my experience, we generally need a bit of time and space to air our feelings, our stuckness, our chaotic inner experiences with all their pain and uncertainty. I can sit with that uncertainty and pain, and explore it with you very gently.Because I firmly believe that the answers lie where the pain is.

Glasgow, Scotland
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Kevin Smith

Glasgow, Scotland

Kevin Smith

Ph.d. University of Glasgow, M.Sc., PGDip.
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I practice person-centred and pluralistic therapy in Glasgow, on an affordability basis (suggested £20-£45, organizations £35). My practice is based on deep acceptance and understanding of what someone brings to me, and offering a strong presence to hold their suffering. I am told that I have the ability to make people feel heard and accepted, and to experience their own worth in new ways. I have opened up to my own suffering and pain over the last 20 years, and feel that this gives me a deep capacity to be with the suffering of others, whatever it is. I also often draw on mindfulness, self-compassion, and cognitive therapy. I have experienced depression, anxiety, isolation, worthlessness, and suicidal ideation (not intent), and have grown through them all.

Glasgow, Scotland
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