Gemma LatimerGestalt psychotherapist
I know how daunting it can be to reach out for support, but the likelihood is that you're here because you're suffering in some way and want some help with that. I offer a warm, non-judgmental, creative and exploratory approach. I believe in the innate wisdom of the body and incorporate this into the way I work with people, to help raise awareness of messages from the body.
I offer brief or long-term face-to-face therapy in Glasgow to adults as well as online therapy. As a professionally qualified psychotherapist, UKCP and BACP member, I have experience with issues such as; anxiety, depression, loss, identity and sexuality, relationship issues, panic attacks, low self-esteem and trauma.
I believe we all have innate potential inside us and sometimes need help finding and awakening that energy. As a collaborative and authentic counsellor, I offer a safe and supportive space to explore and identify self-limiting beliefs, habits and help people live their most satisfying version of themselves.
When people contact me, they can expect to meet for an initial 50-minute consultation, exploring what brings them here and what they hope to get out of our work. There will be time to answer any questions about the way I work or the process of counselling and psychotherapy. After the initial assessment, I encourage you to take some time to decide whether I'm the right counsellor for you. If we decide to work together, we would decide if brief or long-term is the best option for you. People usually find weekly sessions most helpful but other options are also possible.
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
Initial assessment sessions and consecutive sessions are charged at £70 during the daytime. My evening fee (after 5pm) is £80. Sessions are 50 minutes. I operate a 7 day cancellation policy. Cancellations with 7 day’s notice will not incur a fee, otherwise the full fee is payable. Contact me to arrange an initial assessment.
Training and qualifications
After training for 7 years, I hold a Masters in Psychotherapy from Metanoia Institute and am a UKCP and BACP member, abiding by their codes of ethics. Training in Gestalt, means I work person to person, observing the present moment with curiosity. Unlike approaches which focus on the individual working through issues, the Gestalt approach encourages working together through your problems as a shared exploration. With a background in the arts I have a particular interest in working creatively and experientially with clients, bringing experiences to life in the here and now.