ALL OUR THERAPISTS ARE REGISTERED/ACCREDITED WITH HCPC, BACP, BPS AND NCS
WE CARRY OUT FACE TO FACE AND REMOTE THERAPY.
Dr Erin Deehan
Clinical Director & Counselling Psychologist
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.
Psychological Service Manager
I recently joined Psyche Therapy Centre as Coordinator where I am responsible for managing office administration and projects at the practice and assisting clients and therapists. I am a trained peer supporter which has developed my ability to support a range of issues and needs.
I care deeply about people, their wellbeing, and their rights and have developed workshops on topics such as LGBTQ+ mental health and disability rights. I have an MSc in Equality and Human Rights and I have worked as an activist for several years creating projects, campaigns, and events. I believe that therapy is such an important tool, and it is important to me to create an accessible, safe, and supportive space for people to explore this.
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.
Dr Leda Samaras
I am a Counselling Psychologist trained in both Person-Centred Therapy (PCT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches. My training also includes informed training from other approaches, such as Schema Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). By holding a pluralistic approach and valuing the client’s needs and wants, I work collaboratively with the client aiming not to only help them understand themselves in more depth, but to also explore ways towards their personal and emotional growth. Working with me you will find out that a paramount element of my approach is to provide a safe, warm, and confidential space, that will work as a facilitator for the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between us and the better support of your psychological wellbeing.
I have experience working one-to-one with a variety of age groups such as primary school children, young people and older adults with different presenting issues e.g., anxiety, depression, trauma, bereavement, self-esteem etc. I also work with couples aiming to provide a safe space to explore and work on understanding each other’s needs and wants in order to find ways to overcome the challenges of the relationship.
Dr Jose S. K. Bandi
I am a counselling psychologist committed to fostering positive change and well-being in individuals’ lives. I hold a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. I gained a solid foundation in therapeutic techniques and evidence-based practices such as person-centred therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), ACT, DBT, and EFT. I provide psychological therapies for anxiety, depression, PTSD, interpersonal issues, grief, and developmental and transitional difficulties.
I have gained substantial experience in helping clients with trauma and complex trauma, and I can work with young people and older adults. I integrate various therapeutic approaches to tailor my interventions to clients’ unique needs from a pluralistic perspective. I believe in creating a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to explore their thoughts and emotions. Therapy is an opportunity to treat invisible pain, which needs sensitivity, understanding, and compassion for my clients, which fosters them to heal and thrive.
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.
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.
I am a Yoga Therapist, Thai Massage Therapist, Scar Worker and I am currently training in Somatic Experiencing. I trained at The Minded Institute for my Yoga Therapy qualification in 2018 after completing 500 hours of yoga teacher training in India. I am also qualified in traditional and dynamic Thai Massage and in Osteothai (combination of Osteopathy with Thai Massage). In addition, I work with fascia releasing techniques and scar therapy.
I like to work in an intuitive and playful way, with a holistic approach to the whole body. This means we can address issues which arise in all areas of oneself, including the physical, mental, emotional and energetic body.
I have a strong belief we are all personally capable of healing, but sometimes we need a little guidance from others to help us along the way. I welcome a variety of reasons for people wanting to explore my practices, but specialise in trauma, anxiety, stress, chronic pain and depression.
It can be hard to know from written words if I am a suitable therapist for you, so if you need any more information or want to connect with me then please feel free to get in touch. And for more information please visit my website: www.everythingyogauk.com
The Practice Therapy Pup
I am a little Cavapoo, training to be a therapy dog and l love people! I am so lovable and enjoy meeting everyone who comes into the practice. I also love the attention and hugs from everyone! I was brought into this exciting new life when I was 3 months old. You will find me welcoming you at the door or sleeping somewhere in the practice. If you do not want me to be around for whatever reason I completely understand! Just let Neil know and I have loads of other rooms I can be in. To date I have helped people with phobias about dogs and with my cuddly face to bring a smile to people’s face. It is my mission here at Psyche Therapy Centre to bring you a little warmth.
Our Therapy Pricing
Prices Range from £70 to £95
Prices start at £30 per week per person depending on topic and numbers.
Prices range between £95 to £115