Sally Storr, MA (Counselling), BSc (Hons) Psychology, MBACP, MBPS

Sally Storr, MA (Counselling), BSc (Hons) Psychology, MBACP, MBPS


07837 752163

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07837 752163

About me

Do any of the following sound like you?

  • If something bad could happen (even if I can just imagine it) it is my responsibility to worry about it
  • I don’t like to accept uncertainty – I need to know for sure
  • I treat negative thoughts as though they are truths
  • Failure is unacceptable and if something bad happens it is a reflection of who I am as a person
  • I treat everything as an emergency!

What does the word “worry” mean to you? What comes into your mind along with that word? It could be some other words, or a picture, or perhaps a feeling? There are many different physical and mental symptoms which go along with anxiety, and perhaps that is what makes you realize you are worried. For example, do you feel irritable at other people, or do you wake up in the middle of the night with problems which seem insurmountable? It could mean you have difficulty concentrating, or you may get muscle tension around the neck or butterflies in the tummy.

If those symptoms, and many others, sound familiar to you, you are probably a worrier.

Well, the good news is you are not alone. And the other good news is that I can help you do something about it.

Training, qualifications & experience

MA Counselling (Webster University, Geneva, Switzerland)
BSc Psychology (Open University)

7 years experience in Human Resources, World Health Organization, Geneva.

Educational Adviser (Psychology and Counselling) since January 2013 and Tutor at Open University (Counselling Foundation Degree) since 2010

Member organisations


Other areas of counselling I deal with

Specialize also in

  • relationships with people on the autism spectrum including Aspergers
  • problems associated with high achievement: perfectionism, acute anxiety, stress, procrastination, career development.
  • problems associated with migration: moving countries, working in international and multi-cultural environments, dealing with being an outsider, integration.


£50 per session.
I do have a number of places for people on low incomes, so please ask.

Further information

I work from an integrative approach. That means I adapt my counselling according to the needs of the client. I am trained as a person-centred counsellor, but also draw from my knowledge of many different approaches, such as mindfulness and relaxation, cognitive-behavioural, Narrative Therapy, Gestalt and others. I believe that everyone is an individual, but that we often have problems in common.   I listen closely to an individual problem and work collaboratively with each client, usually for a short number of sessions (3-6).

Maps & Directions

Fakenham, NR21

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: French


Flexible daytime and evening slots available face to face or via Skype

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Supervision & training

Have successfully completed a Certificate in Relational Supervision with Laurence Hegan in Cambridge, with Cambridge Counselling Services( June 2014).

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