Counsellors and Therapists in and near Isle Of Islay

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666 results within 50 miles

Carolyn Costello

MBACP Reg, Integrative therapist
Avonbridge, Falkirk, FK1 2NA • Within 100 miles of Isle Of Islay
Whatever the issue, you don't have to cope alone. I can help you explore your feelings and challenges in a safe, confidential, accepting space. I will adapt therapy to your needs - because you are unique - and enable you to choose your way forward.
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Whatever the issue, you don't have to cope alone. I can help you explore your feelings and challenges in a safe, confidential, accepting space. I will adapt therapy to your needs - because you are unique - and enable you to choose your way forward.

Kirsty McCarroll

Dip PC Couns, Reg Member COSCA
Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK2 9DD • Within 100 miles of Isle Of Islay
I am warm, caring individual who ”takes you as I find you” when we meet. I have no agenda within sessions, only that I meet you right where you are and listen in a caring, empathetic and non judgmental way.
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I am warm, caring individual who ”takes you as I find you” when we meet. I have no agenda within sessions, only that I meet you right where you are and listen in a caring, empathetic and non judgmental way.

Rosalind Henderson

MSc Counselling, MBACP
Edinburgh EH12 & Lanark ML11 • Within 100 miles of Isle Of Islay
Hi! I’m Roz Henderson and I am a qualified Pluralistic Counsellor with a Postgraduate Master’s Degree (MSc) in Counselling.
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Hi! I’m Roz Henderson and I am a qualified Pluralistic Counsellor with a Postgraduate Master’s Degree (MSc) in Counselling.

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