Sally Spigner MBACP Dip Couns; Individual/Couple Therapy, Teenagers Talking

Sally Spigner MBACP Dip Couns; Individual/Couple Therapy, Teenagers Talking

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Flat 34 Rotunda Court
133 Burnt Ash Lane


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Flat 34 Rotunda Court
133 Burnt Ash Lane


About me

***Call now for a FREE informal pre-assessment conversation***

Find out what counselling is all about before you decide if you would like to have a trial session.

I am an integrative counsellor based in Burnt Ash Lane between Grove Park and Bromley, offering an approachable and affordable counselling service for teenagers, adults and couples. I provide a safe and confidential setting for you to start to address some of your difficulties, without having to discuss them with your family or friends. When we try to ignore our problems because of their emotional impact, in the hope that they will go away, they can start to dominate our thoughts every day. This is the point when many people seek counselling, in order to help them to regain balance in their life.

As an integrative counsellor I use different counselling approaches according to the needs of different clients. These might include considering the physical symptoms of the stress you are experiencing, retelling your story in order to get it into order in your own mind, identifying unhelpful thought patterns and looking at where these may have originated. We may introduce creative imagery and mindfulness techniques if your are open to working in this way. I feel that it is important to look at you holistically in order to help you to address your lifestyle and ways of thinking. We have to look after our mental health in much the same way as we do exercise for our physical health.

If you are looking for a counsellor for your teenager rest assured that I have an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check, and have worked with children and teenagers for many years.

I work with clients both in short term and longer term counselling, I also offer the first session of individual counselling with no obligation to continue for just £25, if you are unsure about whether or not it could work for you, why not come along and try? As part of my counselling training I have had to have extensive personal therapy of my own, so I know what it feels like to make that call then attend a first session. Hopefully I can help to put you at ease.

Together, we might talk about things such as:

  • Family, friendships, and parenting
  • Ageing and health issues/scares
  • Living with anxiety, phobias or depression      
  • Loss of direction or increasing the meaning in your life
  • Loneliness, shyness, loss of identity and low self-worth
  • Relationships and mixed race partnerships
  • Bereavement and other losses            
  • Becoming a carer, coping with disability
  • Infertility
  • Work difficulties, bullying, redundancy          
  • Managing stress or anger management                      
  • Domestic violence and abuse
  • Special educational needs, and caring for these unique young people
  • ​Alcohol, subtance and drug use, self-harming
  • Emotional eating or food control

This list is not exhaustive, please do not hesitate to call me for an informal chat!

Training, qualifications & experience

NCFE Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling – Level 5.

Open University courses:

Introduction to Psychology
Death and Dying
Understanding Children
Introduction to Counselling
Mental Illness in Society

I am a member of the BACP and adhere to their ethical guidelines.

I have an enhanced DBS check (previously CRB), and hold professional indemnity insurance.

I have worked offering adult bereavement counselling services for St Christopher’s Hospice in Sydenham, and have been a youth counsellor in local Harris Academy Schools for four years. I have been in private practice from my home office for two years.  Before I became a counsellor I worked for ten years with young children and their parents, and am acquainted with concerns experienced by the gifted and talented, children with Asperger's, ADHD and ODD, physical challenges, hearing and speech difficulties.

As a carer myself I am passionate about supporting the parents of children with learning difficulties such as Asperger's, autism and ADHD, as they are so often overlooked, and I also value working with individuals with physical challenges. I have personal experience of the trials of mixed race relationships, and also the identity issues of mixed race children.

My continuing personal development (CPD) training, and areas of personal interest, include:

  • Bereavement Support training: St Christopher’s Hospice
  • Families Experiencing Domestic Violence Workshop: Separation & Reunion Forum
  • Capacity Building Project: Tavistock and Portman Trust; included modules on depression, anxiety and phobias, eating disorders, attachment, PTSD
  • Emotional Intelligence Workshop: Lewisham Children’s Centres
  • Working with Suicidal Clients: Andrew Reeves, BACP
  • CBT for OCD: Sally Ingram, BACP
  • CBT for Procrastination: Windy Dryden, City CBT Coaching
  • Negotiation Skills: Meaney, McConnell International
  • Time & Work Effectiveness: Meaney, McConnell International
  • Understanding Eating Disorders: Allie Outram, BACP
  • Understanding the Impact of Childhood Abuse on Young People: Aqualma Murray, BACP
  • Dealing with Difficult People: Nicola Martin, City CBT Coaching
  • Supporting Children with ADHD: Bromley CAMHS
  • ​LGBT & Psychotherapy - 35 Years of Change: Dominic Davies, City CBT Coaching
  • Introduction to Couples Counselling: Pam Nell, AEB
  • The Madonna/Whore Complex: Jacqueline Simon Gunn, Online Events
  • Counselling and the Autistic Spectrum: Liane Collins, Online Events
  • Grounding Techniques for Client Trauma: Olivia Djouadi, Online Events
  • Cognitive Behavioural Coaching - The Key Concepts: Windy Dryden, City CBT Coaching

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Mixed race partnerships
Creative imagery
Home visits for disabled clients

Loss of a child and stillbirths

Photos & videos

  • Outside
  • Inside
  • Goals


Free informal pre-assessment conversation, here you can decide whether or not you would like us to meet for an introductory session. Find out about what counselling is, and is not!

Please note that I do offer a full hour of counselling for your session charge, whereas many other therapists work on a 50 minute session basis.

Session charges for individuals

**Introductory trial session - no obligation**     £25

Weekday sessions for adults, in person or via Skype    
(finishing before 6pm)                                               £35

Evening (6-8pm), early morning (before 9am)
or weekend sessions                                                 £40

Counselling students/
Young people up to the age of 25                               £30

Discounts for advance adult block bookings

(non refundable)

Four daytime sessions                                         £130

Four evening or weekend sessions                       £150

Four counselling student /
Young persons sessions                                       £110

Session charges for couples

**Introductory trial session - no obligation**   £50

Please note that you will receive an initial consultation of 1.5 hours for your fee, after that hour-long sessions are charged as follows;

Daytime sessions (ending by 6pm)                           £50

Evening and weekend sessions                                 £60

Further information

It is important for you to appreciate that I am not the expert in your life, but you are. I have no magic wands to wave. Meeting with me on a weekly basis will not change your life if you cannot try to apply it in the other 167 hours of the week when you are not here.

That said, I hope that our meetings will begin to empower you to start to make changes, where before you may have thought that life is beyond your control right now. It is my hope that I can support you through this challenging time.

The name of my website is which I hope reflects what will happen in our meetings;

Talk discussing your concerns in complete confidentiality

Think process events which have happened

Act calmly, assertively and with direction​​

Do take a look there if you would like to get more of an idea about me and my training, and please feel comfortable to make that call.

Maps & Directions

Bromley, BR1 5GD

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Monday - Friday 7.30am - 8pm Saturday 10am - 3pm Sundays by negotiation :-)

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme