Luke Cahill - MBACP, BSc Counselling & Psychotherapy

Luke Cahill - MBACP, BSc Counselling & Psychotherapy

5-7 High Lane
Greater Manchester

0737 9281269

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About me

I am a BACP registered counsellor offering short-term and long-term counselling for adults, working from an established shared practice in Chorlton, South Manchester.

Whether you are dealing with anxiety or depression, trying to come to terms with difficult events, or struggling to make desired changes in your life or relationships, I believe that our problems, and the best ways of working towards overcoming them, are as unique as we are.

So I offer a personalised and responsive counselling service which is tailored to your problems, needs, and preferred ways of working and is focused on making progress towards where you want to be.

I can work with you to more clearly map out where you are and how you'd like things to be different, and offer suggestions of how we could work towards the changes you want. I will then guide and support you in doing the work you feel most useful and relevant, whilst regularly encouraging us to check the direction of our work matches your goals.

Some examples of ways of working in counselling are practical problem solving, reflection on painful experiences, developing coping strategies, exploring strong emotional reactions, homework exercises/experiments, and considering personal values and meaning, among many other possibilities.

For further information, please get in touch or visit my website.

Training, qualifications & experience

BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy: Professional Practice

BACP Registered Member

I have experience in working with problems relating to depression, anxiety, work-related stress, bereavement, life transitions, anger, relationship issues, low self-confidence, and the after-effects of abuse and violence, among other issues.

I regularly review and update my practice through further training and other activities in order to improve the options I can offer my clients.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Areas of counselling I deal with


        Each 50-minute session costs £45, with concessions available for students and others on low incomes. I offer an initial 30-minute meeting to discuss the possibility of working together and this is available without charge or obligation to continue.

        Further information

        If you have any questions or if you'd like to arrange an initial meeting, please get in touch by phone, email, or through the website.

        Maps & Directions

        Manchester, M21

        Type of session

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

        Practical details

        Sign language: No
        Other languages: None


        Accessibility information
        Wheelchair access: No


        My working hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings and afternoons.

        Types of client

        Young people
        Older adults
        Employee Assistance Programme