Centre for Therapy

Jacqueline MacGregor

Jacqueline MacGregor

About Me

Whatever you are going through and however it is making you feel, I can offer you a safe space to be heard and understood.

I help with; anxiety, depression, feeling sad, stress, loneliness, bereavement, alcohol problems and many more personal challenges.

One important thing these personal challenges have in common?


They all can improve with counselling support.

Counselling is a form of therapy which has been proven to help people make positive changes to their lives. Ultimately helping you to feel and cope better when being up against these personal challenges. I can help you understand and explore what may be causing them.

Talk at your own pace

You may be experiencing feelings, thoughts or behaviours you no longer want, as well as going through a sad or upsetting time or hope to break free from a troubling situation.

I can help you to talk at your own pace in a safe environment about your thoughts and feelings rather than bottling them up.

There is so much to gain by working together in counselling helping you move forward in the direction you choose.

Gain a better understanding of yourself

We can explore problems or experiences that you may be finding painful, troubling or embarrassing. I can help you make sense of what is troubling you.

As we go through the process of therapy together you may gain a better understanding of yourself and of those around you.

My counselling approach

My counselling approach is pluralistic. I believe that each person is unique and because of this, you may need different things from therapy.

In the process of therapy, there are many ways to make a difference. I am trained to work with a range of different therapeutic approaches and draw on them to tailor therapy to your specific needs and wants.

I work with adults and young people from 16 years.

If you feel you are ready for counselling at this moment in time and that I may be the counsellor you would like to work with then you are welcome to email, text or call me.

Jacqueline McGregor - Therapist

Jacqueline MacGregor

PG Dip Counselling, MBACP

Training & Qualifications


Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling (University of Abertay)
COSCA Graduate Certificate in Counselling Skills (University of Abertay)


SMHFA (Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid)
ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
Suicide Safe Talk
Alcohol Intervention Training
COSCA Specialist Bereavement, Attachment and Loss Training


I have worked as a counsellor for seven years and in-between that time I have worked with Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland (CBCS), Fife Alcohol Support Services (FASS) and Talk Matters.

Areas of counselling I work with

Depression, feeling sad, anxiety, stress, alcohol-related problems, work-related stress, low self-esteem, low self-confidence, abuse (emotional, physical, sexual abuse), bullying and bullying from childhood, trauma, loneliness, affairs and betrayals, separation and divorce, relationship problems, self-harm, abortion, suicidal thoughts, bereavement, dementia and those affected by dementia.

Member organisation

I am a Registered Member of the British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists ( BACP ).

I am bound by and adhere to the Ethical Framework for Counselling Professions.


£40.00 per session

I charge £20.00 for the initial consultation which should last approximately 40 minutes.

During the initial consultation, you will have the opportunity to ask me questions that are important to you.

The initial consultation should help you to decide if it is the right time for you to start counselling as well as deciding if I am the right counsellor for you.

Counselling sessions are £40.00 lasting one hour and payment is required on that day.

Payments are accepted by bank transfer, cash or cheque.

Block bookings are also accepted.

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