Doug Teeling Integrative psychotherapist , BA2

Whether you have recently experienced a crisis in life, or have a more enduring sense of something feeling wrong, I offer a compassionate approach for you to begin to explore whatever issue brings you to therapy.

I am a qualified (UKCP accredited) psychotherapist, and believe firmly that in offering a compassionate, non-judgmental and safe environment each client can learn to trust their own experience and feelings. This provides a solid framework from which healing some of the deepest wounds experienced in life can begin to take place. As a humanistic practitioner I believe in the value and uniqueness of each individual and aim to work with you in finding a more fulfilling way of living. Whilst some clients may have a specific area they wish to work on in sessions, others find therapy a valuable space for working on themselves as part of their personal development.

I have a particular interest in how early relationships shape our experiences later in life. I also pursue research exploring how the changing environment affects our psychological well-being. In a time of accelerating climate change I believe it is essential to keep in mind the impact of the wider social, political and environmental challenges we are all necessarily affected by. Whilst we may not discuss this explicitly in sessions, I believe these issues will always be a part of how we find ourselves situated in life at any given time.

If you would like to find out more about coming to psychotherapy then please do get in touch. We can arrange an initial session which is an opportunity to get a feel for how we would work together and to ask any questions you may have. This session will last 50 minutes, and payment of £35 will need to be made by bank transfer prior to us meeting.

You can contact me by phone (07462 740143) or email ([email protected]).

For more details about psychotherapy and my practice please visit my website:


I work in central Bristol at "The Bristol Talking Therapy Rooms" located in Redcliffe just a short walk away from Temple Meads station.

I also work from two locations in Bath: the Widcombe Therapy Room which is a 5 minute walk from Bath Spa train station, as well as at the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC) building in the centre of the city.

Training and qualifications

I have completed an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy and am UKCP registered. This training involves a long term, intensive and in-depth approach to study.

My professional background is in mental health. I have worked for over eight years supporting individuals dealing with enduring mental health issues.

My previous training includes a Foundation Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy at BCPC, a Certificate in Counselling Skills at Bath College, as well as a degree in Psychology and Study of Religions at Bath Spa University.

I am also an active member of the Climate Psychology Alliance (


I offer a first session of 50 minutes at a reduced rate of £35, so that you can get a feel for whether you might benefit from further work.  The usual fee is £50 per week.

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4 Millbrook Place, BA2 4JY
Widcombe Therapy Room
4 Millbrook Place
3 Redcliffe Parade East, BS1 6SW
The Bristol Talking Therapy Rooms
3 Redcliffe Parade East