Individual and Couples Counselling, Psychotherapy & Personal Development in Glasgow
Welcome to our website!
We offer a caring, confidential and non-judgemental service and we aim to make sure that you are as relaxed about finding help as possible.
At the moment all sessions are offered on the phone or by Skype
Janice and Guy have an enormous amount of experience of offering counselling by telephone and video having worked predominantly in this way for a number of years. The introduction of social distancing has meant that face to face sessions have ceased for the time being but we are continuing to offer sessions online and by telephone.
Probably the most important aspect of counselling and psychotherapy, other than feeling ready for something to change, is finding a therapist with whom you are comfortable.
Please take a look at Janice and Guy's profiles and feel free to contact them if you have any questions about counselling and psychotherapy.
Guy Westoby, Counsellor and Person-Centred Psychotherapist
Counselling, Psychotherapy, Supervision, Telephone and Skype Therapy
Janice Arbuckle, Counsellor and Person-Centred Psychotherapist
Counselling, Psychotherapy, Supervision
Easily accessible by road and public transport, right beside Glasgow Green
Here are just some of the issues people seek help from a counsellor or psychotherapist for:
Abuse - Anxiety - Depression - Loss - Life Changes
Both counsellors offer solution-focused brief therapy, person-centred therapy, relationship support, long term psychotherapy, personal & professional development and work-place training.
We have worked together in Glasgow for many years, supporting clients across the UK and beyond offering clients in Glasgow and West Scotland professional, comprehensive services and standards of excellence in:
Telephone Counselling - Online Counselling - Training
Personal and Professional Development
If this is your first time seeking a psychotherapist or a relationship counsellor then you may have questions about therapy and how it all works.
The differences between counselling and psychotherapy vary depending on who you are speaking to, but no matter what term is used, the talking therapies are about expressing thoughts and feelings in order to increase self understanding and to bring about change. That change may be profound and of enormous personal significance or it might relate to behavioural changes that relieve tension: whatever you bring to therapy, your therapist will take it seriously and will work with you to reach your goals.
Telephone and Skype counselling are very effective ways of gaining support and Janice and Guy are very experienced at helping clients to get the best out of these ways of working. Having a quiet space to speak, which may be a challenge at the moment, is important to be able to make the best use of this form of counselling.
What our clients have said about our work...
Both of our consultants are fully qualified, accredited counsellors/psychotherapists and registered members of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy and are very experienced telephone and video counsellors (BACP ethical framework).