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Damian Sweeney

Membership Number: 266

Online counseling depression anxiety work stress relationship issues bereavement drug and alcohol mental health

Catherine Robertson

Membership Number: 665
Most people come to counselling when feeling overwhelmed or concerned about feelings of sadness, worry, anger or loneliness. These could be affecting your relationships with others or your ability to work or study properly. Some people have a sense of what has gone wrong or what needs to be done but are frustrated about why they cannot make these changes. Sometimes it might not be clear at all what the problems or solutions are. Talking to a counsellor can help deepen your understanding of yourself and provide a space where feelings and problems can become more manageable. If it is your first time, I will be sensitive to this and open to answering any questions you may have. You may be unsure whether counselling will work online and I can support you to explore whether this is the right option for you. In our sessions, you will be listened to with compassion and without judgment. It may take time for you to feel you can talk openly and honestly about your thoughts and feelings, but you can be reassured that whatever you discuss is kept private and confidential. Over time, you are likely to feel more confident in yourself and clearer about ways forward. If you are a parent looking for counselling for your child, I have received specialist training to offer online counselling to young people aged 11+yrs. If your child is younger than this, we can discuss this further and video counselling may be possible depending on their capabilities.   About Me I am a BACP “accredited” counsellor which certifies that I have developed significant skills and experience beyond my original qualification and that I continue to receive a high standard of training and supervision. I am a member of the PVG (Protecting Vulnerable Groups) scheme which ensures my suitability to work with vulnerable adults, [...]

Lorraine Cookson

Membership Number: 435
Description of my online supervision service:
I offer online sessions via a secure video platform or email or instant messaging sessions.

Susan Utting-Simon

Membership Number: 317
Description of my online supervision service:
I work in a non-directive way, respecting the autonomy of my clients. Further details about how I work and my experience can be found by looking at my website:, or by contacting me

Simon Hawkins

Membership Number: 282
I have a background working with families, groups and individuals in various helping roles for over 20 years. I describe myself as a relational psychotherapist, counsellor and supervisor as I believe that the relationship is the most important aspect to successful therapeutic work. I practice integratively drawing upon the most relevant approach for a particular client at that particular time. I have specialist training in sexual and domestic abuse, loss, bereavement and trauma. I work with individuals, couples and young people, and take referrals from Insurance companies, EAP’s, several agencies and the general public. I work face to face in my practice or at a client’s home, online or via telephone. I do offer a limited amount of concessions for students, or those in receipt of certain benefits. I am also able to offer appointments within 48 hours (excluding weekends & bank holidays) 

Heidi Mellonie

Membership Number: 769

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Amy Mills

Membership Number: 573
I offer counselling to children (aged 12 years and older), young people and adults by telephone and online (email, instant messaging, audio and video call). I have weekday afternoon and evening appointments available.

I am trained to listen to what you are saying and pick out the key themes which are emerging in order to clarify for you what is going on at the moment. People often feel relieved by this process and you may find that this is all you need.

However, some people may want to know how their attitudes, thoughts and feelings interlink and where they originate from in order to understand themselves better. If this is the case then I can help you to think more deeply about how your beliefs have come to be formed and how they are affecting you now.

You may want to go on to think about changes you would like to make in your life. These could be changes to your way of looking at yourself and at the world, at your past and at your future, or they could be practical changes to your daily life. You could choose to talk with me about what changes you would like to make and together think through a plan for how these changes could be made, and embedded, so that they stay with you after the counselling sessions have finished.

This style of counselling and psychotherapy is called Humanistic Integrative. It combines a number of different theories and can be adapted to best meet the needs of each person.

For clients who are under the age of 18, I work only with the knowledge and consent of the client's parent or legal guardian.

I will be pleased to hear from you if you decide to contact me. I aim to respond [...]

Alison Moore

Membership Number: 453
I help overwhelmed women find a healthy balance between caring for themselves and their family relationships so they can live fulfilling and meaningful lives.  I have particular expertise in supporting Executives and others who have quite an isolated life − at work and/or home. 

Keren Richardson

Therapist Member Level:
  • Level 2
Membership Number: 691
Hi, my name is Keren.  A warm welcome to my profile. Are you suffering from anxiety, low self esteem or feeling sad? I am here to listen via online video or in person when safe, to help you manage your emotions and feel better.  I am based in Woodford Green and have over ten years experience with a wide range of clients, including counselling children, young people and adults.  My counselling approach is warm and supportive, aiming to help you reach your full potential. Email or call to discuss how I can help and book an initial FREE session.

Avraam Karagiannis

Therapist Member Level:
  • Level 2
Membership Number: 843

Issues such as depression, stress and anxiety can affect each one of us in different ways and the impact of those could be felt both at home and at work.

I offer a professional and confidential environment and as an Accredited Registered member of BACP I operate to their ethical and professional standards. I am experienced in working via video conferencing such as Zoom, which may be especially important during the current Covid pandemic.

Practicalities: Once we have agreed a day and time for our first session, the next steps will be explained. I will provide you with my Terms and Conditions and I will ask for some personal information which will need to be provided by the first session.

I work with all ages from 18 upwards, male and female clients and couples.

Feel free to give me a call, send me an email or a text and I will aim to respond within 24 hours (if you contact me over a weekend I will aim to get back to you on the Monday).

Michael Bizley

Membership Number: 152
We can all at times find ourselves at a crossroads, unsure in which direction to go, facing challenges that we are unprepared for or managing difficult life events. I appreciate how hard this place can be and know that if you are here looking for a therapist then you are at a place that feels difficult. You may not know quite what help you want right now but that is ok, we are here to work that out and for me to support you in making sense of things so that you know in which direction you need to go. I am here to provide a safe online space in which you can explore what is causing you to feel uncertain. I offer a warm and non judgemental environment, offering many years of therapeutic and online experience to help you move forward.