Caroline Brown, Reg. MBACP, Counselling individuals and Couples

Caroline Brown, Reg. MBACP, Counselling individuals and Couples


Room 19
Great Northern House
Great Northern Terrace

07885329737 / 07885 329737

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Room 19
Great Northern House
Great Northern Terrace

07885329737 / 07885 329737

About me

Hello, I am Caroline and I offer you a warm welcome and a peaceful environment to talk. If you have never had counselling before you may well be wondering if it can help.  Having sat in the client's seat myself I know that talking to someone who is giving their full attention and support to you can help with unravelling and expressing difficult feelings.  This is a very important step towards making change in your life.

I am person-centred, which means that my client's wishes and needs are always the important thing. Counselling allows you to recognise strengths and resources you may be unaware of and to see opportunities and blind spots which may have been hard to see before.

Your sessions will be centred upon you as a unique person and the issues you want to bring in.  You will find that talking in a relaxed setting can help and the way forward becomes less daunting.  (You can see a bit more about this in the 'Training, Qualifications and Experience' section below).

I am a registered member of BACP* and can help with a range of issues including, but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression and SAD (seasonal affective disorder), Anger management, PTSD, Hoarding disorder, decision-making, Family relationships, Obsessions and compulsive behaviour, Over-eating, Self-Esteem, Marital difficulties, Bereavement and loss.

If you don't feel ready to see a counsellor yet there are many useful articles on this site that might help you where you are at the moment.

Couples Counselling:
Having relationship counselling does not mean your relationship has failed but that you would like it to improve in some way. Whether yours is a new relationship or a long-term one, by looking at repeated patterns, unhelpful habits and difficult issues I can support you and your partner in finding ways to understand and communicate with each other better and regain emotional closeness.  Problems are normal and can be handled given the right support.

"Caroline helped me through a difficult, stressful few months after moving to Lincoln. She was very understanding and easy to talk to. I would highly recommend her to anyone who needs help with stress and depression or any other emotional problems."  - Chris, Lincoln.

See my recent article on fear of failure under 'Articles'.

Caroline Brown, Reg. Member of British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists                                                  

Training, qualifications & experience

How I work:

As human beings we need a number of things to make life worthwhile and fulfilling.  When one or more of these needs are being blocked we become 'down' or anxious and compensate with addictive, damaging and self-denying behaviours.  In counsellor-training, I learned about personality development and why we think and behave the way we do (psychologists have believed different things about this over the years) and I draw on their theories and ideas in my sessions to help my clients become unstuck and able to move on positively with greater self-knowledge and confidence.

   AQA Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Level 4 (2011)
   AQA Advanced Certificate and Diploma in Counselling (2011)
   Diploma in Couples Counselling recognised by the Couples Counselling Network (2013)
   BACP Registered(2014)
   BA Hons Degree, London University (1985)

    Private Practitioner 2011 - present;
    Volunteer counsellor at Lincoln YMCA 2011-2012;
    Couples counsellor;
    CPD workshops and events:
    - Certificate in emotional eating behaviours
    - Mindfulness
    - Eating Disorders
    - Dissociated Identity Disorder
    - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and ME
    - PTSD
    - Low self-esteem
    - Increasing Self-Confidence
    - suicide prevention
    - Self-harm
    ASIST trained

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

People who have suffered abuse or neglect in childhood can often develop severe anxiety or anger issues in adult life.  Symptoms of this can be difficult to live with for their family and close friends.  I am happy to see you if you are struggling to live with someone in your family who lives in the aftermath of trauma.

Photos & videos

  • My Counselling Room


Guide to Fees*:

One to one initial Consultation (half-hour): Free
One to one session:  £30

Couples/family initial Consultation (45 minutes): £25
Couples/family session: £40

*I offer discounts to people unemployed and lower-waged.

Further information

The consultation lasts approximately 30 - 45 minutes and is an opportunity for us to meet with no obligation on you to arrange further sessions.  It gives you the chance to see if you would like to work with me and to ask me any questions you have about counselling.  I will let you know if I can help you and explain how I work. If you wish to have a longer appointment on our first meeting this can be arranged but please note that this will be chargeable at my normal session rate (see Guide to Fees).

Governing Body
As a registered member of the BACP, their professional ethics and values underlie my practice.  These include respect for the client, client safety, emotional wellbeing, nurturing self-esteem, and adherence to regular supervision with an experienced, accredited supervisor.

Maps & Directions

Lincoln, LN6
Lincoln, LN5 8HJ

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


9.30am - 8.00pm Weekdays and occasional Saturdays.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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