Meet the Team – Kelly


Kelly is a warm, compassionate person and believes in creating a safe space for her clients to explore their feelings and emotions. She works with a person-centred approach, focusing on the individual’s goals and needs. Kelly is committed to providing a non-judgmental and empathic environment, understanding that each person is unique and may need different approaches to therapy. Kelly also holds a BA Hons Counselling and Psychotherapy Degree.

Kelly – Counsellor

“Having 15 years’ experience working in speech and language I’ve experienced many situations where counselling was required. I began my counselling journey which allowed me to work with a range of clients from diverse backgrounds, including young people who were homeless in active addiction.

My history of working with young people in active addiction had led to work in a rehab centre, where my personal knowledge and experience allowed me to work alongside clients to help them regain their power within their lives”

Kelly works hard alongside our teams to ensure the therapy programmes available are tailored to our clients and their families if required, ensuring that ongoing treatment and support is available and constantly finding and adapting new methods that will help our clients secure lasting recovery.

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