June Morton


07745 243 646

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07745 243 646

About me

I am the Practice Counsellor in a surgery in Bicester where patients are referred by their GPs.  Alongside this I offer a Private Counselling Clinic which is a confidential, discrete and separate service from my work in the surgery.
In my experience, talking therapy can be helpful in the management of Anger, Anxiety, Bereavement and Loss, Depression and Relationship or Work related issues. It can also help in improving Confidence and Self Esteem .
I believe that we all deserve to be happy and healthy and that when we ignore our emotional wellbeing, we often experience uncomfortable or painful physical symptoms.  (The MIND - BODY link).
Similarly if we are physically unwell, we might experience anxiety, low mood, depression or even anger.
Through counselling, I can offer you strategies to cope/manage.  I do not offer advice.  The objective is to enable you to become more resilient and robust in order to withstand whatever life throws or has thrown at you.

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma in Counselling, Registered Member MBACP

For ten years, I've worked in a health centre where GPs refer patients privately and via the NHS.

People come to me with a range of problems which are causing them "dis-tress" and which can sometimes contribute to "dis-ease", including anxiety, depression, grief, loss, relationship or work issues, self esteem and confidence

I was a mental health development worker at the Causeway Centre, an Oxfordshire Mind community project in Bicester, for 11 years

I am an experienced group facilitator, having run CBT groups for Anxiety, Depression, Assertiveness and Self Esteem.

I worked with the Mental Health Community In Reach team and Dept of Public Health in HMP Bullingdon where we ran therapeutic groups for prisoners

I was commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council to operate a Counselling service for Bicester Children's Centre.

I co-facilitated Parents Groups and contributed to the protocols, working with educational and pastoral colleagues

I have worked with the Early Intervention Service, facilitating groups for vulnerable young women.

I contributed to and am included in the Open University/BBC brochure that accompanied the TV series "Working to save lives - a day in the life of a healthcare professional"

I was a volunteer counsellor for OUT (Oxford User Team).

I carried out a Needs Assessment for Oxfordshire DAAT and obtained funding to start a Family Support Group for the friends & families of Substance Misusers in Bicester

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


£40 per 50 minute session

Further information

If you think I might be able to help, or if you're not sure that counselling is for you, or you want to find out a bit more, please feel free to give me a call. There's no obligation to proceed any further. 
Alternatively, you may prefer to  send me a text or an email - whatever is more comfortable for you.
Best Wishes, June

Maps & Directions

Bicester, OX26

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


I work Tuesdays and Thursdays with after work appointments available on Mondays

Types of client

Older adults
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