All our therapists are accredited with HCPC, BACP, BPS AND CTAA
Dr Erin Deehan
Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Director
I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist registered with HCPC with experience working with adults, children, groups, couples and families. I carry out psychological therapy for a wide range of issues and psychological distress. I offer a range of evidence-based therapies including Person-Centred therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Solution-Focused therapy, Schema therapy, Compassion Focused therapy and Mindfulness. I am an integrative practitioner. I put each person at the centre of my work and tailor my approach and therapies to help people discover their own ways of dealing with their difficulties to develop their full potential. Over the past ten years I have worked for several organisations, universities, schools and the NHS providing mental well-being support.
I am the Clinical Director of Psyche Therapy Centre. The team here and I are passionate about giving compassion and empathy as well as putting our work into best practice in helping others to psychological wellness.
Dr Dela Mawutor
I am an HCPC registered Chartered Counselling Psychologist, with extensive experience of working with adults, children, couples, groups and families. I practice pluralistically based on a pluralistic framework which draws on techniques and interventions from a variety of therapeutic approaches and characterised by metatherapeutic communication with clients. Informed by my clinical experience and evidence-based practice, I work collaboratively with clients to help identify their therapeutic goals and corresponding appropriate tasks, tailored to their sense of what would be most useful for them.
When I work with clients, I am fundamentally humanistic in my way of being. I subscribe to the humanistic values of empathy, care, respect, and uphold the self-actualisation perspective. I characteristically connect with clients using self which includes my warm presence, curiosity, and when appropriate humour. I ensure the development and maintenance of an authentic, safe, and trusting therapeutic relationship. My humanistic value base is thus an abiding presence in my practice, no matter the therapeutic approach I draw methods and techniques from.
Person-centered therapy helps me to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to explore their emotions and experiences. I draw on CBT interventions including psychoeducation, cognitive restructuring, and behavioural experimentation to affect change. I also offer techniques from third-wave CBT approaches such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and compassion focused therapy (CFT).
My aim is to help people progress in life, improve their wellbeing, and meet their goals. My empathetic and progressive style utilizes evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy and Somatic based therapies. I have an integrative style, which means I believe it is important to have the right combination of therapeutic approaches that meets the unique needs of the individual and their concerns.
In addition to working with a broad range of issues, I specialize in trauma and attachment related concerns, and I have been designated the title of Certified Trauma Integration Clinician (CTIC). I utilize the Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model (ITATM) which is a unique approach that works with both the brain and body sententiously to find resolution from negative past experiences.
Over the past nine years I have worked in a range of roles within the helping profession with both adults and children, which has allowed me to develop a broad and unique skill set that informs my understanding, style and approach.
I am an integrative therapist working with adults, adolescents, and groups. I am American and received my master’s degree in 2010 in Clinical Mental Health Counselling, Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy specialization. I studied various therapeutic modalities and specialized in looking at the relationship between mind, body, and spirit. I have worked in residential, outpatient and private practice settings in both America and the UK.
My way of working is a collaborative process and I put the client at the centre of the work I do, adapting my approach to meet their individual needs. My aim is to create a space where all parts of an individual feel safe, accepted and welcomed. Through compassionate curiosity we can better understand past and present experiences, the current impact of these events and what is needed for healing or moving forward in a way that increases the quality of one’s life. I carry out Mindfulness-based stress reduction, Cognitive behavioural therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Schema Therapy, Internal Family Systems and Polyvagal Theory. I have experience working with various concerns and difficulties; however, I specialise in working with addiction through a trauma-informed lens.
Counselling Psychologist in training
I am a Counselling Psychologist in training studying counselling psychology at the doctoral level at Glasgow Caledonian University. My course training is in Person Centred Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. In addition, I completed my master’s degree in Clinical Health Psychology.
Following my masters, I worked in a hospital setting with the patients undergoing cancer treatment, and I provided personalised care for the patients during and after their treatment. In addition, I have experience working with children, especially improving the attachment between the child and the caregiver through a play therapy called Theraplay. I also have trainings on Solution-Focused Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy. I am passionate about being a part of the change in people’s lives, and I aim to provide personalised psychological services to help people tackle their psychological distress.
Counselling Psychologist in training
I am a Counselling Psychologist in training, currently undertaking my Doctorate at Glasgow Caledonian University. I have been trained in both PCT (Person-Centred Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) approaches. I have also completed my MSc in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology at UCL.
In addition, I have experience working with a variety of age groups, such as primary school children, young and older adults. My aim is to provide a safe, warm an confidential space that will work as a facilitator for the development of a strong therapeutic relationship and the support of the client’s psychological wellbeing. My empathetic stance highlights the importance of cooperating with the client not to only understand themselves in more depth, but also to explore ways towards their personal and emotional growth.
Complimentary Therapist/ Holistic Therapist
My background is in civil service and teaching; however, I developed a keen interest and now passion for complementary therapies, personal development and psychotherapy.
Since 2016 I’ve been on a quest for learning tools on wellbeing and have
participated in a variety of mind body workshops: qi gong and acupressure, energy work, transcendental meditation, shamanic journeying, treating chronic stress. I have completed my formal complementary therapy training at City of Glasgow College at HND level. I am a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and I’m fully insured to carry out the following treatments: advanced reflexology, aromatherapy massage, traditional Indian head massage, Reiki, Swedish massage. I have a firm belief in the effectiveness of complementary therapies for those that I resonate with the most – anxiety, panic attacks, somatic symptoms sufferers, but also for those recovering from illness, for health maintenance and finally for
Complimentary/ Holistic therapist
I am involved in studying Integrative Healthcare with HND qualification in
Complementary Therapies and a diploma in Deep tissue massage.
My interest in alternative therapies began from me as a very empathetic and
sensitive person and having a passion to help others. In addition to Complementary Therapies, I am passionate about Yoga, breathwork,
meditation and mindfulness practices, which I find extremely helpful tools in this hectic world we live in.
I am committed to my continuous personal development and aim to deliver the highest quality treatments in order to help people feel better about themselves, reduce tension in the body, soothe the soul and calm the mind.
I am trained in deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, aromatherapy, reflexology and Indian head massage
Communication and Operations Manager
I love to work as part of a close-knit team and support others and have previously held numerous public facing roles. I’m proud to be part of the Psyche Therapy Centre team to work for an organisation that provides different kinds of therapy for our body, mind and spirit.
Here at the centre, I help advise those looking to start therapy to make sure we find the right therapist for you. I also take care of the day-to-day administration to keep things running smoothly behind the scenes.
My background is in visual art, performance and yoga. This means I have been focussed on creating positive and accessible experiences and value the significant role of creative exploration in our daily life. I’m currently in training as a Person-Centred counsellor and hope to continue exploring and integrating the different ways we have of getting to know ourselves.
Prices Range from £65 to £95
Prices start at £30 per week per person depending on topic and numbers.
Prices range between £95 to £110
Prices range from £95 to £120
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Landline: 0141 352 9957
Psyche Therapy Centre – 19 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RE