Scotland Online Therapy and Counselling

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Glasgow G2 & Helensburgh G84
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This professional is available for new clients.

About us

Hello! How are you? Maybe you have found yourself here because maybe you’re not feeling all that good at the moment. Is that right? 

Maybe you're feeling more stressed or anxious than you used to? Perhaps work is getting you down, or a family/friend relationship isn't going too well. Maybe you are experiencing low mood or depression or other feelings such as grief, anger, resentment, jealousy, panic and more. Perhaps you are finding you have a tricky relationship with food, experiencing body image concerns and don't like your appearance or maybe you're going through some other changes in your body such as peri/post/menopause or illness. Maybe you have some trauma from the past that is now affecting life now. Or perhaps you are finding that you have no confidence, lack self-esteem or feeling lost in life.

Whether you are experiencing any of the examples above or are finding you need to talk to someone about something else in your life, please know you are not alone. It can feel like that sometimes: that we're all alone and no-one really understands and no-one can really help. But, we want you to know that there are people, such as our friendly and professional team of therapists,  who do understand and can help you through the difficult times. We are here to walk alongside you and, together,  support you to talk ,and explore, whatever it is you are facing.

And you want only have the time and space to talk about whatever you are facing right now; you can also learn new ways to manage and reduce (for example) stress, anxiety, panic, unhelpful habits and and thinking, as well as increase the helpful things in your life that might help lift your mood, feel more confident or help you feel more relaxed. We find a mix of 'talking' and 'doing' to be really helpful when making changes in life.

Whatever the case might be, whatever you are facing or experiencing now, or in the future, we are here to listen, support and help you improve life, a step at a time. There's no hurry, no pressure, no expectations and no talking about things you're not ready to talk about.

And, as you are in the driving seat, here’s something else we want to say before you leave our page.

Therapists often talk about how WE (the therapists) can help YOU.

Yes, we can help lots of ways. However, we can't help you, until YOU take the first step and decide to improve your life or address the problem or concern that's making your life difficult. We can't reach out into the screen and drag you to therapy or counselling. You have to meet us in the middle somewhere, and that starts with you, getting in touch with us, to find out how we can help and support you.

Then, you can start working, in partnership with your therapist or counsellor, to improve life. 

Now, we know that can be a scary or daunting step to take. We know, because we all had to attend therapy and counselling as part of our training. And so, because of that, we aim to keep you informed and make the process of booking the first (and any further appointments) as easy as possible. All of our therapists are friendly, encouraging, supportive and tailor therapy to you and will work with you, in partnership, at your pace, to work on, talk about, explore and 'do' what you will find helpful. Everyone is different and so what works for one person might not work for you.

Sometimes you might find the 'talking' helpful and sometimes you might find the 'doing' bit more helpful. Sometimes you need to talk about X and sometimes you need to talk about Y or Z. Remember, it's your therapy, although we will guide and support you throughout the whole process.

Therapy and counselling is confidential too and we will create a safe, confidential and private space for you to work on what's important to you. 

We can provide services to adults over 18 years old. One of our therapists can also offer therapy and counselling to children and young people between 12-18 years.

Our services are ONLINE (although we can arrange in person appointments in Glasgow, upon request).

I'll ask the question I started with again….how are you? If the answer is ‘I’m not doing so well at the moment’, I'd encourage you take that first step and get in touch. What are you waiting for? Go on, it's time. we're waiting for you and ready to listen. Take that step...take it today!

Training, qualifications & experience

About Our Therapists

We have a wonderful team of affiliate therapists and counsellors who are all friendly, approachable, encouraging and professional. The team currently consists of: Alexandra, Amanda, Jackie, Jenny, Julie, Liz, Natalia; Sue and Wendy.

All therapists and counsellors are accredited and/or fully qualified and experienced therapists and counsellors. We sometimes have some trainee therapists/counsellors and newly qualified therapists/counsellors providing low-cost appointments too. We also have a highly experience HCPC dietitian and nutritionist, Jenny, who can also help you to get your physical health back on track too.

The team brings a wealth of information and experience and they are really friendly, encouraging and understanding. They are approachable; tailor therapy to each individual client; go at your pace; provide short or long term therapy; and work with you in a flexible, collaborative way to support you to get to where you would like to get to. We have a great wee team and everyone works really hard to give you the best service possible.

The team has experience of working with groups and individuals in therapy and counselling. We have experience of delivering therapeutic, support and psych-educational groups and training too. Some of us are all clinical supervisors, trainers, psychology practitioners and lecturers.

We all engage in regular CPD training every year to ensure our knowledge, skills and clinical practice are continually updated and to a high standard to ensure we do the best for our clients at all times.

Types of Therapy

We can currently offer the following:

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy/Psychotherapy (CBT)
  • General Counselling
  • Integrative Therapy/Psychotherapy
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy
  • Single Session Therapy
  • Rewind Trauma Therapy
  • Life Coaching
  • Dietitian and Nutritional Therapy
  • Couples Counselling and Relationship Therapy
  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Stress Management Coaching
  • Support Groups - re-starting soon

For professionals: clinical supervision (individual and group); mentoring; business coaching for private practice; eating disorder supervision group; EAP/staff support service; training


Our therapists and counsellors hold professional memberships with some of the following: COSCA, BABCP, BACP, British Psychological Society, NMC, ASFH, NHC and HCPC.

Member organisations *

Registered / Accredited

Registered / Accredited

Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.

Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland (COSCA)

COSCA is the professional body for counselling and psychotherapy in Scotland, and seeks to advance all forms of counselling and psychotherapy and the use of counselling skills by promoting best practice and through the delivery of a range of sustainable services. COSCA Counsellor Accreditation is a pathway to entry onto the UKRC. It is a requirement of all individual and organisational members of COSCA to abide by its Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice and be accountable to the Complaints Procedure. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

We have verified that at least one professional at this organisation is registered with the relevant professional body.


£63.00 - £87.00

Health Insurance/EAP

  • Cigna

Additional information

  • Alexandra (Clinical Director and Accredited Psychotherapist): £87/session (£110 for assessment/first session)
  • Amanda (Advanced Therapist and Counsellor):
    £68/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Jackie: (Therapist, Coach and Counsellor): £63/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Jenny (Dietitian and Nutritional Therapist): £150 for assessment (1.5 hours) and £98 per further session
  • Liz (Accredited Therapist): £68/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Natalia (Therapist, Counellor and Coach): £63/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Sue (Therapist and Counsellor): £63/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Wendy (Therapist and Counsellor): £63/session (£75 for assessment/first session)
  • Couples Therapy: £98 per couple (£110 for assessment/first session)
  • Rewind Trauma Therapy: £330 for 3x1 hour sessions
  • Single Session Therapy (2 hours): £210 for 2 hours
  • Life Coaching: £125/session
  • Consultations: get in touch
  • Professional Services (e.g. supervision): get in touch

When we work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Appointments can be weekly, twice-weekly, fortnightly or monthly - whatever works for you!

Further information

We offer online and telephone services: however, we can also offer in-person appointments in Glasgow city centre (where are offices are located).

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Children (0-12)
Young people (13-17)
Young adults (18-24)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

DBS check

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PVG Scheme

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Appointments are online.

Online platforms

Google Meet
Microsoft Teams


In person

I offer supportive clinical supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors, trainers, dietitians and other professionals in non-therapy roles.

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Scotland Online Therapy and Counselling
Scotland Online Therapy and Counselling