Reflexions Counselling and Psychotherapy
Reflexions Counselling and Psychotherapy is run and managed by Ken McLeish working with other Psychotherapists and Counsellors. This section of the website provides some background information. If there is something specific you wish to ask there is plenty of time during the first meeting. Alternatively ring or fill in the contact form.
What to Expect
At Reflexions Counselling and Psychotherapy we focus upon short and long term counselling and psychotherapy. Although we work on the basis that one session is on occassions what it takes to get “fixed”, a 6 week programme of therapy can often be sufficient. The deeper the issue, the longer it generally takes. We use an integrative model which means that the we match the therapy to you. The actual process of therapy with us is straight forward: after discussing your situation with you we agree a plan of action (usually six weeks). When you have reached the end of your plan, you then decide whether you have got to where you wanted and achieved your goals or whether you want to continue. We do not promise “quick fix” cures as counselling and psychotherapy involve effort and commitment by you. However, we have helped and supported many clients and you should expect that we will be able to help you too.
Please get in touch to discuss your needs.
Ken holds an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy, a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy, a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology as well as four further degree level qualifications, including Masters qualifications in Business Administration and Sports Science. He is also a qualified teacher and experienced lecturer in counselling, psychology and sports and exercise psychology.
He is a member of the UKCP (United Kingdon Council for Psychotherapy), and the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).
His wide training allows him to practice an integrative approach to treatment. The purpose of treatment is to facilitate lasting, positive change. Treatment methodologies include Cognitive Behavioural Therapies, Solution Focused work, Transactional Analysis, Guided Imagery and others
Ken works with men and women of all ages and from all walks of life. He has supported clients with a wide range of emotional struggles including: depression and anxiety, work-stress, relationship difficulties, divorce and separation, bereavement, social isolation and ageing.
Kate works with both children and adults who are referred with a wide range of presenting issues, including anxiety; bereavement; peer and family relationships; responding to domestic violence and other trauma, including sexual abuse; attachment disorders; self-esteem and lack of confidence; managing anger appropriately; divorce and separation; anxiety and depression; and eating disorders. As an integrative practitioner, methodologies include Transactional Analysis; elements of Creative and Play therapies; CBT; Gestalt; and short-term Solution-Focused work.
If you feel that we might be able to help you, please get in touch.