Sally Chapman-Walker

Sally Chapman-Walker



07813 114016

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07813 114016

About me

I am interested in you and your story, and aim to provide a safe and supportive time and space for you to express what is on your mind. I hope to help you by listening carefully and without judgement, so that together we may be able to understand what you are going through. Sometimes by offering a new perspective, I can help you to shift from feeling stuck, or unable to move forward. Sometimes the experience of being heard is useful in itself to alleviate confusion, anxiety or depression. I hope to help you understand and be yourself.

It could be that there are events from your past or fears for the future which need an airing, with someone who is willing to provide calm acceptance, whatever you may bring. As a counsellor, I hope to begin to understand you and develop further understanding together. This may be a quiet, reflective time or a more creative and active process. I will always check with you that we are working in a way that is comfortable and helpful to you.

Walk and Talk. My interest in nature as a therapeutic force has helped me to develop another form of counselling which may appeal to those who love the great outdoors. Movement can help us feel more free to talk, whilst the impact of the natural world can encourage new perspectives. For some of us, the idea of sitting face-to-face and talking, is a block to seeking help. I am able to offer Walk and Talk counselling either on the Tarka Trail, Saunton Sands or on Exmoor. An initial session would take place first, in the usual way. Prices and session length to be discussed individually.

Training, qualifications & experience

Certified Psychotherapist International Integrative Psychotherapy Association
Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling – Integrative course accredited by BACP
Counselling tutor at Towerhouse Counselling, Barnstaple
Counsellor and workshop facilitator – Counselling for Carers
Registered member of BACP
Award in Education and Training
Healing from Childhood Trauma – Survivors to Thrivers
Tackling Domestic Violence and Abuse – ADVA

Life stage changes
Depression and self esteem
Young adults and teenagers
Isolation and sense of self
Abuse and trauma
Bereavement and loss

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


£40 per hour
Concessions discretionary
Please telephone for more information
As out of mobile signal at times, please allow 24 hours for me to get back to you

Further information

By integrating learning from a variety of respected theoretical models, I hope to offer a rich experience which can be developed together for your individual needs. For me, integration is also important as an idea for recognising the whole person – sometimes parts of ourselves which have been hidden or suppressed are as important as the image we project. Bringing these elements together as pieces of the puzzle that makes each of us unique, can help us feel whole and able to be ourselves.

Maps & Directions

Barnstaple, EX31
Lynton, EX35

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday daytime and evening appointments in Lynton, Barnstaple and South Molton.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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