Read our posts about meetthetherapist
Find a therapist
For therapists
Log in/register
ABOUT
Need help with
ARTICLES
RESOURCES
Therapist benefits
Testimonials
Find a therapist
For therapists
Log in / register

Read our posts about Meetthetherapist

Meet the Therapist: Alan Archibald

Meet the Therapist: Alan Archibald

Alan Archibald is a therapist in London and online: "I wish that people knew how valuable therapy was. I wish that they were able to look past the quick fix fashion of our time and focus instead on what really matters to them. To invest in them and get the nourishment their mental health needs."
» Read More
Meet the Therapist: Kim Harrison

Meet the Therapist: Kim Harrison

Kim Harrison is an outdoor art therapist in Greater Manchester and online: "Nature-based art therapy offers the opportunity to recalibrate, to attune all of our senses, to reconnect with our own bodies and the animate earth. Through the creative process and through journeying in the natural world together throughout the seasons."
» Read More
Meet the Therapist: Rebecca Hepson

Meet the Therapist: Rebecca Hepson

Rebecca Hepson is a therapist in West Scotland and online: "It's important to choose a counsellor that you feel comfortable with. What works for someone else in a counsellor may not work for you. It's alright to shop around, or discuss with your counsellor what you feel is working and what is not."
» Read More
Meet the Therapist: Natalie Coyne

Meet the Therapist: Natalie Coyne

Natalie Coyne is a child and adolescent counsellor in SE4 and online: "Working through play and creativity can unlock unconscious parts that words alone can’t always reach. Child counselling provides a space for the child or teenager to self-discover, process difficult feelings and develop in their wellbeing."
» Read More
Meet the Therapist: Mark Kenichi Davies

Meet the Therapist: Mark Kenichi Davies

Mark Kenichi Davies is a counsellor in Brighton and online: "Whilst theory and so on are important, I focus on people’s experiences especially in areas of diversity. I believe that our current cultural context is crucial (especially some of the big events this past year like Black Lives Matter and COVID), and also being up-to-date with how potential clients are experiencing the world and their relationships."
» Read More
Meet the Therapist: Caroline Plumer

Meet the Therapist: Caroline Plumer

Caroline Plumer is a therapist in Enfield, Central London and online: "I get a lot of people questioning whether they really ‘need’ therapy, and this to me speaks of an old-fashioned notion that there has to be something fundamentally ‘wrong’ with you to see a therapist. The reality is we are all relational creatures, who can benefit from an objective, outsider’s perspective from time to time."
» Read More