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About Me - My Pluralistic Counselling Story

Compassionate. Non-judgemental. Supportive

My name is Julie Seymour and I am a fully qualified and BACP registered therapeutic counsellor. I follow a Pluralistic Counselling approach, working alongside a wide range of client groups and presenting problems.

I hold a Master of Science/Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling from Abertay University, Dundee as well as an MA Hons in Sociology from the University Of Edinburgh and a Post Graduate Diploma in Social Work from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.

Modern life is difficult and we can all easily find ourselves in situations where we are struggling. Perhaps with addiction, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, relationship issues, mood disorders or behavioural difficulties. Our mental health can be negatively affected. Research highlights that receiving counselling from a counsellor or psychotherapist, in a safe, non-judgemental, confidential space can help us heal and grow. Drawing on a range of therapeutic tasks, with you in control, we can move towards your goals on your path to wellness and good mental health.

Please do not hesitate to contact me and we can see if you and I will be a good fit. I know reaching out for counselling and psychotherapy can be daunting and stressful, and I want to reassure you that whatever you bring will be met with empathy and compassion in a supportive environment.

Scotland, and St. Andrews, Fife in particular is my home, it is where I grew up.  However, I have spent a number of years living overseas in Western Africa, Northern Europe and the Middle East, giving me a wider perspective on different cultural aspects to life. And so I welcome enquiries from clients all over the world as well as expats living in Scotland. 

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