Blou Hyland (Dip CBT Couns, Reg BACP)

Blou Hyland (Dip CBT Couns, Reg BACP)

50 Wellington Street
Glasgow
Lanarkshire
G2

Dumfries
Dumfries And Galloway
DG1

07444226205

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About me

My name is Blou (pronounced blue like the colour) and I am a friendly solution-focused practitioner and CBT Counsellor.

How CBT can help

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), can help people explore how to make changes to their life, so they can function better, achieve goals and feel good about themselves. It can help provide insight into personal trauma and guide people to recover from challenging events in a way that is unique to them and which creates lasting techniques for each person to embed into their own life.

It is a 'here and now' focused therapy which deals with the issues most important to you. We work in partnership together so that each session is led by the client with my guidance around the most efficient and useful tools which can help you uncover the thoughts, emotions and actions that are most likely to help you uncover your own strengths to develop further.

How I can help

My background of twelve years working in NHS services on community health projects, in addictions services and sexual health has ensured I developed a calm and considered manner in all that I do. I have vast experience of the challenges people face in their lives and surrounding communities. I have counselled in LGBTQIA Adult services on helping people explore, understand and express their identity.

I have experience in counselling with people with the following: Anxiety, Depression, Gender Variance, Identity Expression, Relationship boundaries, PTSD, Worry, ADHD, BPD, EUPD, Trauma, Worry, and Low Self Esteem.

I help people transform from a version of their life they are unhappy with; Create new systems and ideas that inspire them and Become the best version of themselves they can imagine.

Online or face to face?

I can see people face to face or through my innovative online counselling service, Transform Create Become. I have additional qualifications in online counselling so I can offer professionally structured online sessions to those who might be isolated in remote and rural locations, who may have transportation limitations or who simply need interim sessions to help build confidence and maintain steps towards face to face therapy.

I work in a gentle way based on kindness, that supports people to quickly see their positive attributes, identify their own goals and experience achievements that continue through the therapeutic process and that are installed into their own lives.

Training, qualifications & experience

I have worked for 15 years in the health service on projects which support people to make healthy choices and manage their own health and wellbeing goals. This led me to attain my counselling qualifications after years of helping people in the health and social care sector.

I have a Post Graduate level diploma equivalent to SCQF level 11 in CBT Counselling and another Post Graduate level diploma in Online Counselling which I passed with credit.

I am currently working towards Accreditation with the BACP and enjoy keeping my continuous learning and development up to date with regular courses and workshops. So far these have included:

Trauma Relief for Humanitarians

Working with PTSD

Gender Variance Case Formulation

Member organisations

BACP

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Coping with someone's gender transition

Coming out as LGBTPQIA

Gender Expression

Gender Identity

Fees

Each 50 minute session is £40

Deals are available through my website

Maps & Directions

Glasgow, G2
Dumfries, DG1

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None

Accessibility

Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: Yes

On request: Please let me know in advance if you require wheelchair accessible sessions.

Availability

All times are available through negotiation

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Groups
Organisations