ALL OUR THERAPISTS ARE REGISTERED/ACCREDITED WITH HCPC, BACP, BPS AND NCS
Dr Erin Deehan
I carry out psychological therapy for a wide range of issues and psychological distress. I offer a range of evidence-based therapies including Person-Centred therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Solution-Focused therapy, Schema therapy, Compassion Focused therapy and Mindfulness. I am an integrative practitioner. I put each person at the centre of my work and tailor my approach and therapies to help people discover their own ways of dealing with their difficulties to develop their full potential. Over the past ten years I have worked for several organisations, universities, schools and the NHS providing mental well-being support.
I am the Clinical Director of Psyche Therapy Centre. The team here and I are passionate about giving compassion and empathy as well as putting our work into best practice in helping others to psychological wellness.
My aim is to help people progress in life, increase their wellbeing, and meet their goals. I have an integrative style, which means I believe it is important to have the right combination of therapeutic approaches that meets the needs of the individual.
I’ve trained in and utilise evidence-based therapies that include Schema Therapy, Somatic Experiencing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Person Centred Therapy and the Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model.
In addition to working with a broad range of challenges, I specialize in trauma and attachment related concerns and provide trauma specific treatment for people at all stages of their healing journey. Over the past ten years I have worked in a range of roles within the helping profession across the U.K. and Canada with children, youth, and adults. This has allowed me to develop a broad and unique skill set that informs my understanding, style and approach.
I am an integrative psychotherapist with over 10 years of experience providing therapy to adults, adolescents and groups. I am American and received my master’s degree in 2010 in Clinical Mental Health Counselling, Holistic Counselling & Psychotherapy specialization. This means my degree focused on learning different therapeutic modalities and specialized in looking at the relationship between mind, body, and spirit.
In the recent years, I have been training in an innovative and evidence-based model of psychotherapy called, Internal Family Systems or IFS. The IFS model believes the mind is naturally multiple. The language of ‘parts’ is used to express this multiplicity. For example, “A part of me wants to speak out” and “a part of me wants to stay quiet”. IFS states that our inner parts contain valuable qualities and our core essence, known as Self, knows how to heal, allowing us to become integrated and whole. In IFS all parts are welcome.
When working with clients, my aim is to create a space where all parts feel safe, validated and welcome. Creating safety is the first step towards exploration and healing. Although, the main modality I use with clients is IFS, I can bring in skills from other trainings in Polyvagal Theory, Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Mindfulness-based stress reduction and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I have experience working with various concerns and difficulties; however, I specialise in working with addiction through a trauma-informed lens.
Dr Ilkim Murdoch
I am a Counselling Psychologist in training studying my last year at Glasgow Caledonian University. My course training is in Person Centred Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy using and integrative approaches. In addition, I completed my master’s degree in clinical health psychology.
Following my masters, I worked in a hospital setting with patients undergoing cancer treatment and provided personalised care for them during and after their treatment. In addition, I have experience working with children, significantly improving the attachment between the child and the aregiver through a play therapy called Theraplay. I also have training in Solution- Focused Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy to work with couples (people who are in intimate relationships). Recently, I had training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, which is effective for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and any trauma- related issues that create psychological distress. I am passionate about being a part of the change in people’s lives, and I aim to provide personalised psychological services to help people improve their mental health.
Dr Leda Samaras
I am a Counselling Psychologist in training, currently undertaking my Doctorate at Glasgow Caledonian University. I have been trained in both PCT (Person-Centred Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) approaches. I have also completed my MSc in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology at UCL.
In addition, I have experience working with a variety of age groups, such as primary school children, young and older adults. My aim is to provide a safe, warm an confidential space that will work as a facilitator for the development of a strong therapeutic relationship and the support of the client’s psychological wellbeing. My empathetic stance highlights the importance of cooperating with the client not to only understand themselves in more depth, but also to explore ways towards their personal and emotional growth.
Lindsay Macalpine Bruce
Counselling Psychologist in training
I am a trainee counselling psychologist carrying out my doctoral training at Glasgow Caledonian University. I have trained in both person-centred therapy (PCT) and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). I have experience working with a range of ages and presenting issues.
I understand that sometimes you need support in making sense of your situation or even just a space to be heard. In therapy, I aim to offer a warm, compassionate environment, free from judgment that will support you to explore your difficulties and find ways of managing these. I believe it is important for therapy to be a collaborative process and I place you, your needs, and your perspectives at the heart of this.
I am an Integrative and affirmative therapist who strives to create a safe space for my clients to explore whatever problems they are facing. I draw from Cognitive-Behavioural therapy (CBT), Person-centred and Compassion-focused therapies, to work collaboratively with my clients and work in a way that suits them – therapy is unique to everyone.
I have experience working with various difficulties, including Depression and Anxiety. I also have experience working with Gender, Sex & Relationship Diverse (GSRD) clients and am passionate about supporting LGBTQIA+ individuals. My empathic, compassionate and affirmative style allows me to create a space without fear of judgement for my clients.
I am an Integrative therapist who draws from Cognitive-Behavioural therapy (CBT), Person-centred and Compassion-focused therapies. Therapy is unique to each individual while being equal in measures challenging and rewarding.
I aim to provide a safe, genuine and empathetic space for you to get to know you, tackle any presenting issues holding you back from living your best life. I have experience working with various difficulties, including Depression and Anxiety, grief, relationships, and self-esteem. You can expect a space with no judgement where we will collaborate and work together to bring about meaningful change.
Counselling Psychologist in training
I am currently finishing my final year of a Doctorate in counselling psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. I have trained in Person-Centred Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and I am currently undertaking Integrative Therapy training. I have experience in working with a variety of presenting issues, such as anxiety, depression, OCD, low self-esteem, and relationship issues.
I will always place your needs at the centre of the therapy. Whether it is a space to make sense of your thoughts and emotions you need, or a place to work towards specific goals, I am here to support you through this process. I recognise how daunting therapy can be, so I always remain non-judgemental and hope to provide you with a warm, safe space to explore your difficulties and manage them effectively.
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