LGBTQ+ Counselling

Leo Puttock Therapist

Leo Puttock

We put up barriers to protect ourselves from emotional pain. We push people away, we damage relationships and we neglect ourselves. It doesn’t have to be this way. To heal we must accept our vulnerability and allow ourselves to feel

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Jemma Dennis

Life and relationships are not easy to navigate, and if you’re experiencing anxiety and depression, or going through difficult times, things can feel overwhelming.

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Amy Walshe

Coming to counselling can be a scary (and brave) step to take.

It involves opening up to a complete stranger about things you may have kept inside for many years

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Katriona O’Connor

Katriona was warm, understanding and had great insight into why I was feeling the way I was. I felt so comfortable from the get-go we built a strong level of trust, and that has let me open up in ways I previously haven’t wanted to

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Gemma Grainger

The key to counselling and psychotherapy is that it is a space that is your own; one that is empathic, safe and non-judgemental. I will listen to you.

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