Works as CBT Therapist at First Psychology Centre, Glasgow.
She is particularly experienced in working with: life transitions; grief/loss; and with young adults with a diagnosis of dementia and their families/carers to improve their ability to cope. She also has significant experience working with students with issues such as self-esteem, perfectionism, assertiveness, transitions, procrastination, anxiety, depression and other problematic issues.
Anne also offers supervision for fellow practitioners on a one-to-one basis.
Anne's way of workingAnne offers a number of different therapy options including: counselling / psychotherapy and cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT). She works in a compassionate and approachable way and will tailor her approach to meet the needs and preferences of each individual.
Anne's background and trainingAnne has worked in a number of different settings including in the charity sector, the NHS, and education settings. She has extensive training in the two main fields of psychotherapy and significant counselling experience. Anne was a senior social care worker for 17 years prior to qualifying as a therapist.
Anne holds a MSc in Trauma and Cancer Diagnosis Counselling Studies, a Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour, a Post-Graduate Diploma for Counselling & Psychotherapy in Person Centred Counselling, and numerous other certifications. Anne is a COSCA qualified counselling supervisor.
Anne is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Anne charges £80 a session for self-funding clients. She also works with clients referred via their employer/organisation – for further details, please visit First Psychology Assistance.