Therapists in Kirkcaldy

The following therapists provide services in Kirkcaldy, Fife and the surrounding areas.

Therapists often provide an introductory call to determine how they can help and if they are suited to your needs.

All therapists can be approached in confidence and with discretion.

Many therapists now offer online and telephone support and counselling. 

Although the following therapists are based in the Kirkcaldy area, many therapists in different areas can still provide support.  

If you do not wish to meet in person, but prefer online support then we recommend that you browse through the therapists and contact them by email.  

By doing this you will learn more about your situation from the therapist’s perspective and they can guide you in making the right choice for you.

Centre for Therapy

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

Spini Watts | Therapist and Counsellor

Spini Watts

Learning from what your feelings and emotions are trying to tell you, is a starting point to build a relationship with yourself for self-realisation and self-awareness.

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Emily McMahon

As a compassionate and dedicated integrative counsellor, I embody a warm and kind demeanour that puts people at ease. My empathic approach allows me to deeply understand your emotions and experiences, fostering a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth

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Graeme Dunn

My ultimate goal is to provide clients with a comfortable, non-judgemental, therapeutic space to do our work.

Jemma Williams Counselling on Centre for Therapy Website

Jemma Williams

If you are struggling and you feel like you could benefit from someone to talk to, counselling may be a good option for you.

Lucy Wainwright Therapist

Lucy Wainwright

Life can be very hard, and we all struggle at times. Counselling allows you to feel that you are being listened to and valued and that your issues are real and important.

Centre for Therapy

Chloe Renault

Are you struggling with a bereavement or loss?
Do you struggle with low self-esteem or low self-confidence?
Do you feel like you need someone to talk to?

Sarah Portwine - Therapist

Sarah Portwine

Choosing to engage in therapy can be a daunting prospect, my aim is to make you feel at ease by using a non-judgmental and empathetic approach in a safe and confidential space

Centre for Therapy

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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Tina Heeley

Supporting your journey towards wholeness, wellbeing & meaningful change

Denise Freeman - Therapist

Denise Freeman

My aim is to understand your presenting issue in depth, look for patterns in relationships and current behaviour and to work with you to formulate effective solutions.

Paula Dickinso Theapist and Counsellor

Paula Dickinson

Working Collaboratively Means The Therapeutic Journey Is one That We Will Walk Together,
Side by Side

Samantha Lapping Therapist

Samantha Lapping

I offer a safe space for you to explore your emotions, life experiences, behaviours, and ways of thinking. I am an Integrative Therapist, which means I am trained in more than one school of therapy.

Fiona Hewkin - Therapist

Fiona Hewkin

I work with all sorts of people from all kinds of backgrounds. I have a special interest in counselling for trauma, or difficult childhood experiences. I have personal understanding of how it feels to heal from that

Samantha J Hudson Therapist

Samantha J Hudson

I have established an excellent reputation for making my clients feel at ease which encourages them to talk about their traumatic experience and the changes they wish to make in their lives.

Centre for Therapy

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

Centre for Therapy

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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Olga Gelfman

Does life feel like it’s getting on top of you?

Could you benefit from a place to take some time out?

… to explore your thoughts and feelings

… to get back on a front foot again

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