Maggie Murray Registered MBACP Humanistic Counsellor

Maggie Murray Registered MBACP Humanistic Counsellor

The Detached Conversion
Ample House
76a South Park

Beauty And Beyond
7a The Parade
Cherry Willingham

07940 430258

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About me

Finding Our Way through 2020

Counselling offers you an opportunity to bring closer attention to your current ways of thinking, behaving and responding to others, your life experience and your own needs.

Participating in a counselling process takes 3 steps;

1. Courage - to be vulnerable, to be open, and accepting of what is going on right now.

2. Change - through exploration and self-awareness, development and growth will occur. Focus on gratitude as it is fundamentally important to a person's wellbeing as is feeling appreciation, rather than the need to feel happy all the time or striving for perfection which can not realistically be maintained.

You will have the opportunity to take responsibility for what doesn't feel right and find new ways to be more compassionate towards yourself and others to improve your mental wellbeing.

3. Continue - throughout the counselling process you will gain a deeper understanding of yourself and be on a new pathway to focusing your attention on living your life with a more contentment and alleviating distress.

My focus and promise to you is to be on that pathway with you as you develop the skills, knowledge and self-awareness through our discoveries and explorations together. I support my clients from a compassionate and mindful perspective. More information can be found at

Counselling takes commitment from both the client and counsellor as the therapeutic relationship is paramount for you to feel safe, held and supported throughout the counselling process.

Who do I offer Counselling too?

Adults 18 +

Training, qualifications & experience

As a registered member of the BACP, I work ethically within the standards of the Professional body as a competent private practice counsellor continuing clinical supervision and professional development attending courses, workshops, events and research. I was awarded a level of Distinction completing my Higher Professional Diploma in Counselling.

I have worked within schools, Lincolnshire Counselling Service, YMCA, Lincolnshire County Council, and now in Private Practice. Many of my referals come from word of mouth through my previous clients, other colleagues a few GP's and some EAP organisations.

From personal experience, I can empathise that engaging in a counselling process is a personal journey of exploration and self-discoveries.

You may experience a sense of anxious or overwhelming feelings as you release deep emotions during the counselling process as you find your way of improving your mental health and well-being. I am here to support you through this process with empathy, encouragement, compassion and acceptance!

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Specialising in;

Support for women through pre/post pregnancy

Infant/child loss and bereavement

Difficulties adapting to becoming a parent or grandparent

Not feeling a good enough parent

Changes in your relationships becoming a parent

Anxiety issues

Finding your direction - returning to work after staying at home to be a full-time mum

Career changes - exploring if you're making the right choice?

Adapting to the changes of your grown-up children leaving home

Retirement - what to do now to live your life with fulfilment

Finding your way through life without your long term partner

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  • My therapy rooms are based in South Park and Cherry Willingham


I welcome the opportunity to meet with you for a consultation session where we can share up to an hour to explore the possibilities of us engaging in a counselling process together.

Continued sessions will last up to 50 minutes on a weekly basis or as agreed at our consultation session.

Charges are:

£40.00 per session for adult clients. Reduced fees can be discussed for people on low income.

I am working in the South Park area of Lincoln and in Cherry Willingham, both therapy rooms offer a comfortable and confidential setting.

Appointments are currently also available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Its never too late to make health changes within the way you communicate, respond and interact with others and talk to yourself.

Be courageous, be compassionate, be curious and be accepting. Your Mental Health Matters.

Further information

I work collaboratively with the team of counsellors and psychotherapists at Affordable Therapy Concepts. I continue to support clients through, companies and self referrals within my private counselling practice.

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Thank you for taking the time to read my page and I look forward to hearing from you. Good health and happiness to you all.

Maps & Directions

Lincoln, LN5 8ES
Lincoln, LN3 4JL

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: Unspecified


Mondays  9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Tuesdays 9.30 am - 8.30 pm

Wednesdays 9.30 am - 8.30 pm

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme