Elaine Angell M.A. Hons. Dip. Clin. Psych. A.F.B.Ps.S. C. Psychol.

Elaine Angell  M.A. Hons.  Dip. Clin. Psych.  A.F.B.Ps.S.  C. Psychol.

East Renfrewshire


0141 638 3397 / 07792 417 430

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East Renfrewshire


0141 638 3397 / 07792 417 430

About me


I am a Health & Care Professions Council Registered and British Psychological Society Chartered Clinical Psychologist who is said to have a warm, understanding and caring manner. I have been working within this profession since I qualified in 1985 and thus have more than 30 years of experience of helping people with a very wide range of problems and conditions of differing levels of severity and impact on their daily lives.

I offer you opportunity to unburden yourself and to describe, identify, explore, practise, reflect on, understand and process matters better. For example, perhaps you want to address some kind of childhood trauma and/or the effects of experiencing a degree of emotional neglect during your formative years. You may want to improve your relationship with yourself or with other people or with a particular person. You may be finding it hard to cope with stress at work, within the family or in connection with another aspect of life or be struggling to deal with identity issues. Perhaps you often feel unhappy, depressed, worried, irritable or anxious or are seeking help because you find it difficult to shake off recurring or persistent feelings of undeserved guilt or shame. It may be that you want space to think and talk about psychological needs, possible meanings and connections, recurring patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, coping methods or how to make it more likely that you will succeed at making lasting and desirable changes in your life. If your problem area is neither described here nor touched upon in the list below, please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss if I may still be of help to you.

The initial assessment period (lasting up to 3 sessions), will give us a good idea if we are likely to work well together and assist with the "formulation" process such as understanding why your problem(s) may have developed, what may be maintaining it/them and how it/they could be best addressed or remedied. If I don't think that the service which I offer is right for you, I will suggest one or more alternative sources of help.

In therapy, I draw on a broad pool of knowledge, skills, theoretical frameworks and recognised approaches.

Please note that confidentiality is respected as far as possible, within professional guidelines.

I am also offering supervision to other clinicians and consultancy to organisations.

Training, qualifications & experience

I graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1979 with the degree of M.A. Honours in Psychology.

Following a spell of employment by Glasgow University as an assistant research psychologist on a joint Psychology/Medicine project, I began postgraduate study and clinical training in 1982 under the auspices of The British Psychological Society. I was awarded the Society's Diploma (recognised equivalent to the Doctorate degree) in Clinical Psychology in 1985.

I commenced employment within NHS adult mental health services after qualifying in 1985, working within a Clinical Psychology outpatients department until 1994 then within a multidisciplinary Community Mental Health Team, seeing people with more complex and severe difficulties, from 1994 until I retired in 2014. In addition, I have been running my own independent practice for many years. My experience includes not only clinical work with individuals and couples but also of providing supervision and of contributing to psychological knowledge through teaching and by writing material for professional publications.

I have statutory registration with the HCPC and am an Associate Fellow, with Chartered Psychologist status, of the British Psychological Society. I am a member of the Society's Division of Clinical Psychology.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited


Other areas of counselling I deal with

I have a special interest at present in psychological resilience


£80 per hour or by negotiation in certain circumstances

Please note that except in particular circumstances, the full fee is payable with respect to each missed appointment or late cancellation (less than 48 hours before the appointment was due to begin).

The full fee is payable in advance or at the beginning of each appointment - by cash, cheque or bank transfer - or within 5 business days of the due date shown on the invoice if one is sent to you.

Further information

The main clinic, affording comfortable seating, privacy and pleasant decor in a convenient location, is situated in Bath Street near Glasgow Central railway station (Hope Street exit). It is also near the Buchanan Street underground station and is convenient for bus routes.

An alternative location within a Glasgow suburb may be occasionally be offered as well which is also close to a railway station.

Maps & Directions

Glasgow, G76
Glasgow, G2

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Various, by appointment.

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Supervision & training

I offer supervision relating to the use of integrative therapeutic approaches, either 1-1 or within a peer supervision context. .

Online supervision:No
Telephone supervision:Yes
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