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A collaborative journey towards emotional wellbeing

Are you experiencing troubling thoughts? Is there something in your past that you cannot let go of? Or something in the future that you are worried about? Or maybe you just feel stuck?

I am here to help.

Therapy Chair is about empowering you to make positive changes in your life. I offer a non-judgemental, discreet, confidential, safe space for you to talk. I will listen to what has brought you to Therapy Chair and provide guidance by helping you to recognise troubling thought and behaviour patterns. By working together, you can learn new coping skills and techniques to integrate into your daily life.




Book a free 20-minute initial consultation today

Take the first step towards a healthier mind. If you are looking for CBT in Wolverhampton, CBT online, 
or would like to arrange a home visit, contact me here by calling 07368 251755, or emailing

If we are not the right fit for each other I will either refer you to a therapist or organisation that is right for you.  

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How can Therapy Chair help you?


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 Face-to-Face CBT Counselling

If you are in the West Midlands, you can book a session for CBT in Wolverhampton. We are also able to offer home visits where I will travel to your address allowing you to receive talking therapy in the comfort of your own home.

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Online Counselling

You can arrange regular online counselling sessions where we can address all kinds of issues and problems together such as phobias, anxiety, past trauma, relationship issues and more. Sessions will take place over Zoom, and typically last 50 minutes.



What CBT can help you cope with



  • Trauma
  • Bereavement
  • Low confidence/low self-esteem
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety / stress / depression
  • Panic attacks

  • Phobias
  • Relationship issues
  • Abuse
  • Self-defeating behaviours
  • Bullying 
  • And many more...



More about our Therapies




Schedule your consultation with Therapy Chair

Book an appointment here or call me directly on 07368 251755 if you have any questions about cognitive behavioural therapy and how it can help you.

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The Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approach

CBT is a widely practiced therapy that focuses on the interconnected relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Our sessions are highly personalised to cater to your unique needs and circumstances.

I employ a collaborative and client-centred approach, taking into account your life, challenges, goals, and preferences. Collaboration and goal-setting are an important part of the therapeutic process.

I will work with you in setting realistic goals, and create a roadmap for your journey. You can book a free consultation with me for CBT in Wolverhampton or online here.






Therapy Chair's Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

CBT is a therapeutic approach that focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. It aims to identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviours to promote positive mental well-being.

How does CBT work?

CBT works by helping individuals become aware of their negative thought patterns, understand how these thoughts influence their emotions and behaviours, and develop healthier ways of thinking and responding.

What conditions can CBT treat?

CBT is effective for a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety disorders, depression, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and more.

Is CBT suitable for everyone?

CBT is a versatile and evidence-based approach that can be effective for many individuals. However, its suitability may vary, and a qualified therapist will assess whether CBT is the right fit based on individual needs.

How long does CBT treatment typically last?

The duration of CBT varies based on the individual and the nature of the issues being addressed. It can range from a few sessions for specific issues to more extended treatment for complex concerns.

Is CBT only about talking, or are there practical exercises involved?

CBT often includes practical exercises and homework assignments between sessions. These exercises help clients practice and integrate new coping skills into their daily lives.

How confidential is CBT?

Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy. Therapists adhere to strict ethical guidelines to ensure client privacy and confidentiality. However, there are legal and ethical exceptions, such as situations involving harm to oneself or others.

How do I choose a CBT therapist?

When selecting a CBT therapist, consider their qualifications, experience, and specialization in treating specific conditions. It's essential to feel comfortable with your therapist, so you may want to schedule an initial consultation to assess the fit.

Is CBT a standalone treatment, or can it be combined with other therapies or medications?

CBT can be used as a standalone treatment, but it can also be integrated with other therapeutic approaches or medications, depending on the individual's needs. Collaborative care is often beneficial for comprehensive mental health support.

What qualifications do you have?

Alongside a BA hons in Psychology and Counselling, I also have a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Skills, and a Level 4 Certificate in working with Children and Young People.






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What to expect from The Therapy Chair

In our sessions we will aim to find the essence of why you are there, what you want from the sessions themselves and your own life to create a plan together.

My sessions take place face-to-face in Wolverhampton and online via Zoom.

Our sessions involve a collaborative discussions where I help you explore and understand your thoughts and behaviours and develop coping strategies which allow you to set goals for positive change.