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Alison Gallacher, COSCA Accredited.

Glasgow G44 & G2
07724 289793 07724 289793

I am an Accredited Counsellor with COSCA and work within the COSCA’s ethical framework. I have my own private practice in the southside of Glasgow. I also rent a room in West George Street.

I am trained in Integrative Counselling using Person-Centred, CBT and Psychodynamic approaches. I am comfortable working with supervisees from other theoretical backgrounds and approaches. 

I have experience of working with individuals and with couples. I have experience of working in the Scottish Prison Service for the past 6 years. 

I teach on an HNC Counselling Course at a further education college.

I am a trainer and have run workshops on building private practice to help other counsellors. 

My aim is to offer counselling supervision in a safe, relaxed space for you to reflect on your work and your therapy. I bring patience, humour, honesty, and a non-judgemental attitude to our supervision relationship. I will encourage and support you to reflect on personal and professional issues that are influencing your practice. I provide space in our sessions for you to explore feelings that are difficult or uncomfortable; or those that make you unsure of what is going on in your sessions. 

I will encourage you to consider your self-care so that you can be there to help your clients.  My aim is to help you to grow as a therapist, keep professional boundaries and work to a professional standard. 

As the supervision relationship is so important to your work, I would be happy to meet with prospective supervisees for an initial exploratory session to get a feel for how we might work together.

Please contact me for further details.

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Glasgow
G44

The Connal Building
34 West George Street
City Centre
Glasgow
G2 1DA

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access

Availability

I work weekdays and some evenings. Please contact me to check availability. I aim to respond within 24 hours on weekdays. Zoom Sessions are available upon request.

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Families
Groups
Organisations
Employee Assistance Programme

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Alison Gallacher, COSCA Accredited.

Alison Gallacher, COSCA Accredited.