Counselling in Faversham

Counselling in Faversham

I offer counselling in Faversham in a relaxed, comfortable and discreet setting. Drawing on years of experience, I offer support for a range of issues, such as depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, personality issues, trauma, bereavement and more.

Counselling in FavershamMy counselling style encourages you to safely explore the deep roots of the issues you face (within yourself, and in the world around you). We can then use these insights to confront challenges and achieve long lasting change and growth.

I have found this approach helpful for people who are new to counselling and therapy work, as well as those who have tried other techniques (such as CBT) without success. Evening appointments are available, and I undertake both short and long term counselling/therapy.

I offer both online and face to face counselling and psychotherapy. You can find out more about my background here and pricing here.

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For in-person sessions, I currently work out of the Abbey Place Clinic, which is conveniently located in the middle of Faversham on Abbey Place (just behind Tesco). Please note, my face-to-face service is by appointment only.

For a free, no-commitment consultation to see how we could work together, I invite you to us the form to send me a message. Alternatively, please feel free to call me on 07425085879 or email at

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How to find Abbey Place Clinic.

Address; Abby Place Clinic, 5, The Chapel, 5 Abbey Pl, Faversham, ME13 7BG.

Abbey Place Clinic is the large building just by the corner. To enter, go through the black iron side gate, and take the 2nd door on the left.

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Paid parking: available at Tescos (2 hrs, £5 spend in store to validate parking, ME13 7AS, 5 mins walk) and Institute Road car park (ME13 8AE, around 10 minutes walk)*

Street parking: Church Road (ME13 8AW), Abbey Street/Abbey place (1 hour only)*

* Details correct at time of writing, but subject to change; please double check yourself on arrival.


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