Sally Crittall

Sally Crittall

South Normanton

07792 509657

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South Normanton

07792 509657

About me

My name is Sally Crittall; Psychotherapist, Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. Are you troubled by Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, Childhood Abuse/Trauma, Self-fulfilment, Addictions, including Cybersex and Gender, including Transgender and Non Binary. As an Integrative therapist I own a large skill set from which, together, we choose the best way forward for you.

I am also a Life Coach and Qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist.  By combining Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy together, I have found, provides a powerful and effective therapeutic experience. This combination is most effective when the client feels stuck or if certain memories need accessing.

Training, qualifications & experience

I completed a four-year diploma course at Stockport College, Manchester in 2007, training as an Integrative therapist, and am on the BACP Register (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists), having received their Certificate of Proficiency, and am also a member of its Coaching Division. I hold a diploma in NLP (Neuro linguistic programming) and am a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist.

Apart from my private practice, I have  held the position of UK ambassador for Crossroads, Antigua, a rehabilitation centre created by Eric Clapton.

I have appeared alongside Kelly Osborne on the Radio 1 programme ‘Sunday Surgery’ and with Calum Best in the BBC1 documentary ‘Brought up by Booze’, as well as contributing articles to several magazines and newspapers.

I am an avid reader and have particular interests in Inner Child Therapy and Transgender issues.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


My fees are normally £45 per 90 minute session compared to the standard 60 minute offered. The fee is the same whether face to face or conducted on the phone.

For those on low incomes it may be possible to negotiate a reduced fee.

Further information

Counselling / psychotherapy can help with issues such as:

  • Loss and bereavement
  • Relationship problems
  • Stress
  • Bullying, including cyber-bullying
  • Sexuality
  • Addictions, including alcohol, sex, internet sex
  • Abuse
  • Loss of direction and purpose
  • Gender dysphoria
  • Issues for the elderly
  • Drug and alcohol misuse among the elderly

You may also be drawn to counselling simply because you want to gain a deeper understanding of yourself.

Counselling provides the opportunity to explore, discover and clarify ways of living more resourcefully and confidently, giving you a greater sense of well-being. It will give you space to work through difficult issues you may be experiencing. Sharing difficulties with someone in a non-judgmental, confidential environment will enable you to make sense of things, often resulting in positive changes, new perspectives and positive growth.

As your counsellor my role is one of honest companionship, to stick with you through thick and thin without judgement in complete trust and confidence. It is not a role which involves giving advice like perhaps family and friends. I believe in and respect a person’s individuality and that you have all the skills already in you to achieve your goals: I am alongside you to draw out, and work with your potential.

I offer an Integrative approach to counselling, which means that I draw upon different approaches such as transactional analysis, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), person-centred, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), to serve the needs of each individual client.

Counselling can equip you with better life skills and you will have the opportunity to gain a better/deeper understanding of how some of your thinking and/or behaviours may have developed.

Sessions are usually for one hour per week. During the first meeting we will discuss your expectations, what you hope to achieve and what I can offer you. It is also important to get to know each other so that you can decide if you are comfortable working with me.

The number of sessions needed varies from person to person and this would be discussed during the initial meeting. Reviews are built in to look at any progress made.

A Code of Ethics is important to safeguard professional standards, to ensure accountability and to provide an honest and ethical service.  It also safeguards the client, the counsellor or coach as well as the counselling and coaching professions.  I work under the BACP's published Code.

The first step is to get in touch in order to establish whether counselling is the right route for you and will suit your needs. It is of utmost importance that you feel comfortable and able to trust our collaborative relationship. I offer a free initial 20 minute telephone consultation so that you can ask any questions

I respect every individual's right to autonomy and confidentiality. I offer an initial free 20 minute telephone consultation; no written notes are taken without your consent and all callers can remain anonymous.

Maps & Directions

Alfreton, DE55

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: Unspecified


Tuesday - Saturday 8am - 9pm

Types of client

Young people
Older adults