A CBT approach
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy which looks at how thoughts, feelings and behaviour can impact on each other, often in a negative manner, causing you to feel “stuck.”
CBT is a collaborative process where client and counsellor work together, helping you to understand what is keeping you stuck and providing a pathway for how you can best move forward with your life.
Problems we can help with
CBT can help with a range of problems such as low mood, depression, stress, self- esteem, anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, phobias and OCD.
I am a qualified therapist who offers confidential therapy sessions in a safe environment using a warm and respectful, non-judgemental approach.
I have a background in education and experience of working with young people and teenagers as well as experience in counselling clients of all ages. I can help with a range of problems such as low mood, depression, stress, self- esteem, anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, phobias and OCD.
I am a member of both the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP) and COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland) and work according to their ethical framework.
I am fully insured to practise and hold a current PVG certification.
Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
Introduction to Mindfulness
Lifewell offers counselling services in Cumbernauld and Alloa.
Sessions will usually take place on a weekly basis and will last for approximately 50 minutes.
Individual sessions cost £35 with block packages available on request.
Payment can be made in cash or by bank transfer.
Concessions may be available on request.
If you wish to change or cancel your appointment, please provide at least 24 hours’ notice.
Failure to notify a change or cancellation within 24 hours of your appointment will result in the full fee being charged.