Vicky Mould Person-centred/humanistic counsellor , SO50

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Counselling offers a safe and confidential relationship where you can explore feelings and experiences that may be troubling you, and find your strengths and solutions for moving forward. 

Whatever you bring to counselling is important. You can work at your pace. You will not be judged, criticised, or told what to do. 

There are many reasons why people come for counselling, yet perhaps the most important one is that you feel you need it, or could benefit from it. 

About me

I have been a practising counsellor since 2011, I gain a great deal from my work, and I am able to develop meaningful relationships with people from all walks of life.

I offer person-centred counselling in a range of life areas, yet I have particular experience in bereavement and loss, relationship issues and mental health related issues. 

My knowledge in adult mental health spans over a decade, and includes bi-polar disorder, borderline personality disorder (BPD/EUPD) and schizophrenia. 

As an experienced bereavement counsellor, I offer a compassionate, deeply understanding and non-judgemental relationship where you can explore personal loss, express your feelings and emotions, adjust to changes, and find new meaning in your life. 

I am a registered member of the National Counselling Society, and I work to their Code of Ethical Practice. I regularly consult with a counselling supervisor, and I am fully insured for my work. 

About counselling with me

When you come for counselling with me, you will be welcomed into a relaxed environment, which is free of outside pressures and expectations. 

I am committed to offering a safe and supportive relationship where you can be yourself, talk freely, and feel valued, accepted, and truly heard. 

As a person-centred counsellor, I trust that you are the expert in your life, so I will support you in making sense of things for yourself, and reaching your own answers and decisions.

My personal aim is to enable you to make choices and changes that you want to make, and continue to strive towards a healthier and more fulfilling life. 

About appointments

Appointments are available in person or via Skype, and I can see you on an individual basis, as a couple, or family. 

I work on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and you can contact me to see what appointment times I have available.

I offer an introductory appointment in the first instance, and here we can explore counselling, what you hope to achieve, and establish if we could work well together. 

If you would like to arrange an introductory appointment, please call or text 07729 193629. You can also email me via this profile, or my website, and I will respond within 24 hours. 

Training and qualifications

I hold a Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Dip.PC) (Distinction), Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling (Cert.HE), and Centra Counselling Level 1.

I hold a Certificate in Couple and Family Counselling (Level 4), Certificate in Crisis Counselling, Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling, and Certificate in Humanistic Counselling (Cert.CNS).

As a registered member (accredited professional registrant) of the National Counselling Society, I work to their Code of Ethical Practice, and I am subject to their complaints procedure currently in force. 


Individual appointments are charged at £40 for 1 hour. 

Couple appointments are charged at £50 for an hour and a half.

Family appointments (3 or 4 people in close relationships) are charged at £60 for an hour and a half.

I appreciate that private counselling can be costly, and I usually have 1 or 2 spaces for reduced fees. If finances are a concern for you, please speak to me about this.

Fees are paid on the day of your appointment - either in cash, by cheque or bank transfer.

Please note that a cancellation fee will apply for late cancellations (less than 24 hours notice provided) and non-attendance. 






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Wells Place, SO50 5LJ
Wells Place
SO50 5LJ