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Mindwork Counselling

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A Caring Service

Sometimes things trouble us and we need help to resolve them. If we do not make time to seek help, things that trouble us can become part of our everyday lives, part of who we are, making us unhappy or anxious and stop us functioning as we might.

We all feel overwhelmed at times, with a profound effect not just on ourselves but also those around us. If you want to reach out because you feel you need help to make a positive change in your life, Mindwork Counselling offers a caring, warm, empathic, non-judgemental, safe and confidential environment to explore what you wish to talk about.


A Personal Service

No two people are identical. We are truly individuals. We will neither stereotype nor judge you. We will will work with you to help you get a clearer understanding of yourself and your life. We offer a service tailored to your needs. We work mainly in person-centred counselling which means we believe we all have the inner drive to find the best solutions for our own problems, but we may need the right conditions to get us on the right path. We offer a flexible, collaborative approach using a range of disciplines, e.g. cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness and other therapies to adapt to your individual requirements. However, at the core of our work it is the relationship and trust which underpin what we do.


An Expert Service

Our professional counsellors are highly qualified and experienced.

We are committed to the highest standard of care and regularly attend training courses and conferences for continual professional development.

As registered Members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) (see additional information) our counsellors work to the BACP Ethical framework for the Counselling Professions.


Therapies we offer include:

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

Exposure and response prevention therapy (for OCD cases)

Integrative therapy


Person-centred therapy

Play therapy

Psychodynamic therapy

Solution focused brief therapy

Counselling can be one to one, in couples or families. We work with all age groups, with specialist training for working with young people, for whom therapy can often mean nipping in the bud problems that might otherwise emerge and harm them later in


Areas we deal with include:








Carer support

Child related issues


Passive aggressive behaviour


Domestic violence

Eating disorders

Low self-confidence

Low self-esteem

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Postnatal depression

Pregnancy and birth


Relationship issues

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)




Suicidal thoughts


Work-related stress

Young people's issues: may include social anxiety, exam stress, bullying, cyber-bullying, weight, image and eating/food issues.



Introductory session £35 for 30 minutes.

£50 for 50 minute session. (Some limited concessions).



Telephone +44 (0)7491 382822




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