Laura Turley - BACP Reg. Integrative Therapist & Radical Honesty Trainer

Laura Turley - BACP Reg. Integrative Therapist & Radical Honesty Trainer

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The Southernhay Clinic
4 Barnfield Crescent

07833 537962

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The Southernhay Clinic
4 Barnfield Crescent

07833 537962

About me

I am a qualified BACP registered Integrative Counsellor (The Iron Mill, 2014), certified Radical Honesty Trainer, and member of the Westcountry Association of Counsellors.

As well as working one-on-one with clients using a combination of traditional counselling models and systems, I am also committed to promoting and educating others in the practice of Radical Honesty: a form of Gestalt-based self-work developed in the US by Fritz Perls trained psychologist Dr. Brad Blanton. Having studied Radical Honesty since 2014 with Dr. Blanton, I became the first officially certified trainer in Great Britain in Spring 2017.

About Radical Honesty

Radical Honesty promotes direct, open communication of your authentic self, allowing you to drop the mask of who you pretend to be, and show your genuine face to the world. This can sound like a scary prospect: our imagination telling us that if we reveal our real thoughts and judgements to others, we will hurt feelings, be disliked or cause conflict. The reality is a sense of relief that we are finally seen by the people we care about, and that we can stop pretending to be someone we are not.

Often, we tell ourselves stories to avoid conversations we'd rather not have. We might convince ourselves that we know what someone else is thinking or feeling, without a single word having been exchanged, or that we can predict the outcome of a conversation so completely that it's pointless even beginning. We avoid 'confrontations' because we are unwilling to experience the physical sensations and thoughts that go with them, and tell ourselves a story that we should just 'deal with it', and get over our pain or sadness alone, without involving others.

Radical Honesty teaches that what we resist persists, and that - if we are willing to express, physically experience and sit with our emotions - we can finally learn to 'get over sh*t and be happy'. Described by its founder as 'an out-loud meditation', the goal of Radical Honesty is to move to a place where you are willing (and able!) to express yourselves authentically in the moment, without repressing, withholding or stockpiling your emotions, and so make genuine connection with everyone you meet.

About Me

I'm a musician, writer and artist, who works with love, humour and creativity to support my clients in their journey towards self-acceptance. Having changed career late in life, I have spent the last 2 years working with a wide variety of clients and issues - ranging from depression, anxiety, anger, self-harm to sexual dysfunction, alcoholism and addiction - and am happy to offer a half-price initial session, to see if you feel we can work together.

I currently offer one-on-one counselling in person from my office in central Exeter, as well as coaching in Radical Honesty in person and via Skype. Please feel free to give me a call or drop me an email to ask me about any aspect of my work.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Certificate in Counselling
  • Adv.Dip. in Integrative Counselling
  • Cert. Couples Counsellor
  • Certified Radical Honesty Trainer

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Other areas of counselling I deal with

I have a particular interest in "Imposter Syndrome" and the anxiety surrounding feelings of inadequacy/fraud, the sense of being out of place and of the specific worry of being 'unmasked' or discovered to be someone tother than you appear to me. If this sounds like you - I may be able to help.


  • £40 per hour session (individuals)
  • £60 per house (couples)
  • Concessional rates for students/unemployed
  • First session is charged at half-price

Maps & Directions

Exeter, EX1 1QT

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: Unspecified


Evenings (after 5.30pm) and weekend appointments sometimes available, please enquire via email for current availability.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults