Kas Fielding

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Prof. Dip Psy C, MNCPS Accred | Counselling & Psychotherapy
Available for new clients
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This professional is available for new clients.

Aylesbury HP17 & HP20
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

About me

Hello, I'm Kas, I’m pluralistic counsellor and psychotherapist working in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire HP17.

I work by integrating past, present and future and have experience of working one to one with adults around anxiety, depression, panic attacks, stress, trauma, post traumatic stress, low self-esteem, confusion about life purpose, imposter syndrome, bullying, abuse (physical, sexual, mental, emotional, financial), grief, phobias, hormonal changes and other challenging circumstances.

When you feel anxious and are stuck in uncomfortable patterns, rest assured there is always a way through. I have a pluralistic approach which means I use the full range of therapeutic approaches available to me. This keeps you and your knowledge of yourself at the centre of our work. In general terms, I work with psychodynamics  - the unconscious, the past, person centred - active, empathic listening and forms of CBT - working on how you move forward with thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

I work in a way that may challenge outdated beliefs, however we develop a honest and respectful working relationship between us, no topic is off the table. Working holistically is important. We can incorporate energy work such as breathwork and meditation into our sessions. Being an energy therapist, I keep a humanistic view in mind that takes the wellbeing of the mind, body and soul into account. 

I'm open to working creatively, with art, music and talk, walk & wheel therapy. I'm interested in working with people who actively want to work on themselves and make changes that benefit themselves and the world around them.

It can be hard to start a new journey but it doesn't have to be. I help you to find the tools to be the best version of yourself, as you perceive it by developing inner resilience, self-awareness. 

Where do you start? In the past, there has been stigma associated with asking for help. Thankfully now more people see that seeking help is a strength, so the journey begins there.

What do we work on first? Some clients are interested in self-development and want to find out more about themselves as life changes. We have that nagging feeling that something isn’t right, we can’t get our thoughts straight and everything is too ‘noisy’. It's less about what other people think you ‘should’ do and more about learning to discover what you need. Ultimately, you know yourself best, and we creatively explore and challenge any outdated beliefs that are not for your greatest benefit.

Some of us need someone to listen and really hear what we're saying. It’s incredibly powerful voicing your thoughts in a truthful considered way, you obtain so much insight from having someone reflect on things with you.

I know it’s not always simple to put yourself first. Have you felt that pressure in your body and it seems like you’re almost always on the verge of tears? You’re not alone – many, many people often feel like this. Consulting your GP is a wise option, but in addition the power of talking therapy can help you make sense of things. 

Having worked in many industries over the last 30 years, I understand the pressures of different work environments from early starts to night shifts, most recently the NHS, Music and TV/Film. We underestimate the volume of messages and pressures that impact our lives and it’s important to take time for you to filter out what your own mind and body is telling you.

We can work in person in my therapy room in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, online or with outdoor therapy - we can make the most of what nature has to offer, whether that be in a local nature reserve or sitting in a park. Often that is in the Buckinghamshire area, sometimes Wiltshire and Cornwall. 

I do understand how heavy it can feel to hold onto sadness and pain for a short time, let alone years. It can be a huge and sometimes stressful process to look for a therapist, decide to commit and then share your private pain with someone that you don't know. Rest assured that the therapeutic space we create, is a safe and non-judgemental speaking platform. My aim is to guide people to be the best version of themselves, as they perceive it.

Please note if you need to talk to someone immediately, please seek out one of the Mental Health Crisis Lines such as Samaritans or an NHS emergency line as appropriate.

Feel free to get in touch. We can have a 20 minute initial exploratory chat to see how we can work together. There is no obligation on you to commit to sessions. Please email me via the link in my profile. If you book an intro call and the slot happens to be taken, I will get back to you as soon as possible to rearrange. It's always worth emailing me to check if I have cancellations.

It is easiest to contact me via email. If you do choose to call, please note I won't pick up during sessions or meetings and I won't have voicemail on. I don't always receive texts when out of signal so do please email.

I will endeavour to respond within 24 hours Monday to Friday 09:00 to 18:00 - outside of weekend and holiday times.

Please note, I will be working with in person and outdoor clients mostly in the Aylesbury Vale area only at the moment.

Separate to therapy, I run free Talk Walk and Wheel groups. The intention of these groups is for people to connect and simply, talk, walk and wheel together for free. Find out more on my website.

I look forward to speaking with you! 


Training, qualifications & experience

  • National Counselling & Psychotherapy Society (NCPS) Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy - Level 5 Prof. Dip Psy C. 
  • NCPS Counselling Skills and Theory L4 - Dip CST. 
  • NCPS Counselling Skills and Theory L3 - Dip CST. 
  • BACP - CPCAB Counselling Skills & Theory L3 - CSK-L3.
  • BACP - CPCAB Counselling Skills & Theory L2 - CSK-L2.
  • BACP - CPCAB Counselling Skills L1 
  • 'Mind' - Befriender
  • 'Clean Slate' - Therapist
  • Weekly Therapeutic Discussion Group
  • Eco Therapy 
  • Energy Therapist & Reiki Master Teacher
  • Coaching Academy London - L1

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

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In 2013 the NCS register was accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under the Accredited Voluntary Register Scheme. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

Accredited register membership

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Other areas of counselling I deal with

  • Creative Therapy
  • Energy Work
  • Meditation
  • Breathwork
  • Spirituality


£60.00 - £85.00
Free initial in-person, telephone or online session

Additional information

  • £60 per 60 minute session 
  • £85 per 90 minute session

The session time is the total time together including arrival and concluding on departure. Payment is made upon booking.


I understand unavoidable obstacles sometimes pop up, however, I do require at least 24 hours notice and the booking is non refundable for a session cancelled within 24 hours.


Email is preferable, however if you call, please do not leave a voicemail but text me instead and I will endeavour to get back to you in my next free appointment space. Please note I won't always be in signal to receive texts so do try and email when you can. Thank you.

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

I do have flexible working hours and work with different time zones, please enquire.

Further information

Length of Therapy

I provide 60 or 90 minute therapy sessions. Our time in the session is structured something like this in 60mins:

  • a few minutes for arrival and to settle in
  • our work continue for around 50 minutes
  • using the last few minutes to conclude and arrange the next session 

The sessions do not go over the agreed time (60 or 90mins) unless previously agreed. We will review sessions occasionally to see if we are working towards achievable goals.

How many sessions in total completely depends on what is best for you, however commitment to a weekly working relationship is optimum for the best outcome.

Working Online

When meeting online, it is your responsibility to ensure that your surroundings are safe and confidential.

Eco Therapy

When meeting outdoors please ensure you bring appropriate footwear, clothing, nourishment and/or prescriptions that you may need. We will go through details of what is best prior to meeting.

Notice of Cancellation

At least 48 hours' notice is ideal for cancellation. Life does happen, however, I do reserve the right to charge a full session fee for cancellations within 24 hours of our session.


It is easiest to contact me via email. If you do choose to call, please note I won't be able to pick up during sessions or meetings and I won't have voicemail on, so it's best to text. I will endeavour to respond within 24 hours Mon-Fri 9am-6pm.


Payment is made prior to the session upon booking via Square Up or BACS

Initial call

Feel free to book an initial exploratory 20min call. Going forward I will send you an initial questionnaire and contract which will help solidify our working agreement.

Haddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young adults (18-24)
Adults (25-64)

Key details

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We can work from my therapy room in person, online or working outdoors, such as a nature reserve, park or walking trail in (mostly) Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire, London, and Cornwall. I also run free Talk Walk and Wheel groups, find out more on my website.

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Kas Fielding
Kas Fielding