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About Me

Hi, I’m Megan (she/her) and I’m a person-centred counsellor with a Master’s degree in Clinical Counselling (Distinction). I currently offer sessions remotely, via telephone or videocall, with evening and weekend availability.

Through my work as a counsellor, I have had the privilege of working with a diverse range of clients, each with their own unique history, context, and challenges. I have a particular interest in Neurodiversity and Grief, and have published research in these areas.

In addition to my counselling practice, I have also worked within the Education sector for a number of years now, focusing on enhancing the progress and wellbeing of learners. I currently work within Inclusion and Wellbeing at one of the UK’s largest colleges, and as a Visiting Lecturer for the department of Social and Political Science at the University of Chester. 

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Choosing the right counsellor for you

Whether this is your first-time exploring counselling, you’ve had counselling previously, or perhaps you’re a counsellor yourself, I understand that it can be difficult to know who will be the right fit for you. As a person-centred counsellor, the therapeutic relationship is crucial to the work we are able to do together, and so it’s important to me that you feel safe and able to connect. That’s why I offer a free 20-minute consultation so that you can get to know me a little better, find answers to your questions, and hopefully ease any fear or worry you may have about the unknown. I’m also more than happy to respond to any questions or queries via email

People seek out counselling for a whole host of reasons; from daily pressures and stress, long held pain or trauma, or simply to maintain good mental health and wellbeing. You may not yet be able to put your finger on, or fully articulate, what is going on for you at the moment, but simply know that you would like some more support. Whatever brought you here, I can offer you a safe and non-judgemental space to explore what’s important to you, at your pace. 

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