Linda Davies, LLB, DIP in Counselling, Reg MBACP

Linda Davies, LLB, DIP in Counselling, Reg MBACP

Near Croydon

Bromley Road

07724 506620

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Near Croydon

Bromley Road

07724 506620

About me

Making the choice to begin counselling may be the most empowering thing you can do. I hope the information on my page will explain how talking therapy can help you.


Maybe it's time to deal with things from the past, to look at challenges which influence your relationships, affect your health, distort your thought patterns and challenge your behaviour, perhaps leading to some of the following:

  • anxiety and depression
  • anger
  • abuse
  • separation/divorce
  • health concerns
  • workplace stress
  • trauma
  • breakdowns
  • lack of self - esteem

Do you worry that your issues are too personal to discuss with family or friends? You don't have to do this alone. Counselling provides a safe space to talk about and work through some of your most difficult feelings. Given a chance counselling can be restorative, supportive and affordable.


I am a BACP registered counsellor working with anxiety, depression, relationships, self - esteem and loss in a way that is relational, supportive and confidential. Walking alongside you, I give you as much time as you need to talk about your concerns, safe in the knowledge you will not be judged.

My experience comes from working with clients in private practice, an NHS IAPT provider and community counselling service in Croydon, school based counselling and a specialist agency, counselling adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse and other complex traumas.

People come to see me with all sorts of concerns. Many of my clients are GP referred through IAPT. My approach is to give you a caring and supportive service to help you talk about the things that worry you and work towards your goals in therapy.

Some of my client work has included,

  • generalized anxiety, stress and depression
  • shame, self-esteem, confidence building
  • relationship difficulties, divorce and recovery
  • chronic pain and ill-health
  • suicidal thoughts
  • women's issues, including miscarriages, traumatic pregnancies, abortions
  • loss
  • life changes
  • insomnia
  • childhood sexual abuse, sexual violence
  • trauma
  • panic attacks
  • Autism and spectrum disorders


My approach is to come alongside you as together we explore the issues that are troubling you at your own pace.

As a Registered Member of BACP (the professional governing body for counsellors),  I work in line with their Ethical Framework which promotes high standards and underpins the safety of clients.

I genuinely believe that counselling is a highly effective way of dealing with depression, anxiety and other common psychological problems. My aim is to give you a chance to gain self-understanding, to see what holds you back, to explore meaning behind your thoughts and feelings and enhance your ability to make positive and lasting changes to your life.

Continually learning and deepening my knowledge is important to me. I love to keep up to date with new studies and research information on mental health and regularly attend seminars and workshops to update my knowledge so that I practise in a way that is safe and current.

Before becoming a counsellor I worked in the corporate world for twenty years and I know the impact that modern work life can have on mental health.

As a therapist I am able to quietly support you in way that is warm, respectful and caring. I am committed to helping you develop and achieve the things that matter to you.

I work with men, women, transgender and also have experience of counselling children.

Call me on Tel: 07724506620 to tell me about the issues that are troubling you.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Level 4 Diploma in integrative counselling
  • Level 3 Certificate in counselling studies
  • Level 2 Certificate in counselling skills

Additional training

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Post-qualifying training in Mindfulness for stress reduction
  • Certificated: Childhood sexual abuse, sexual violence
  • Certificated: Domestic violence
  • Certificated:Bereavement and loss
  • Trauma toolbox
  • Understanding Alzheimer's
  • Working with adolescents
  • Family systems
  • Dissociation and Trauma
  • Attachment dissorders

Member organisations


Areas of counselling I deal with

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  • The counselling room



  • My fee is between £45 and £55 per session dependent on location and  time of sessions. Initial assessment is £40
  • I will see you for an initial consultation which lasts 50 minutes (as do subsequent sessions).
  • I am happy to support students and offer concessions for students and the unwaged. Please call me to discuss.


  • Weekends, day time and evening availability
  • I have some availability for shift workers

Further information


If you want an opportunity to talk to me, I'd be delighted to offer you an initial assessment without commitment. The initial assessment will help you clarify what problems you have and will give you an idea of what counselling is like with me.  I generally offer clients a 6 week block of sessions and will review this after week 4. At the review session we will look at the work done together so far and decide how we want to proceed going forward. 

I hope you have found my page useful.

"Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible."

Francis of Assisi

Maps & Directions

Near Croydon, CR8
Catford, SE6 2PG

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Weekdays, daytime, evenings and weekends.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme