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Therapy and counselling in Shrewsbury, UK  

Video and phone sessions available

Free introductory call

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I am a fully qualified practitioner and a member of the BACP.  I provide face-to-face sessions in Shrewsbury and remote sessions to clients anywhere.


I've worked with people experiencing a wide range of problems, including anxiety, depression, addiction, childhood trauma, and loss.  Please get in touch, in confidence, if you'd like to know how therapy could help you. 


Clients' Comments

"Michael greeted me like an old friend and I instantly felt relaxed and calm, I opened up completely and never looked back. I can honestly say that speaking with a counsellor has had an extremely positive impact on me and my self confidence has grown and grown."

"Michael really has helped me transform the quality of my life. This has enabled me to see what is truly important to me. I strongly recommend speaking to him if you are struggling and want to work on better understanding yourself and finding happiness."

"Having thought I would find the counselling process difficult, Michael immediately made me feel comfortable and I found myself able to fully open up about what I was feeling and experiencing.  For me, the sessions were a great turning point in my life and they helped me become more aware of the person I am and want to be.  I would recommend Michael to anybody looking for counselling."

Benefits of therapy

Therapy can help you to overcome depression, anxiety (including 'generalised anxiety disorder'), low self-esteem, panic attacks, anger issues, addiction, feeling sad, and to cope with family issues, separation and divorce, among many other problems.

These issues or the harm of past trauma may underlie such problems as eating disorders, addiction, insomnia, nightmares, and panic attacks.  Therapy provides a means to remove the inner obstacles to peace and enact positive changes in our lives.

More information on what therapy can help with is available here.



I'm listed by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).  My registered-member status confirms that I'm qualified to practice and that I complete at least 30 hours of professional development each year.

My membership of the BACP means that my work is overseen by a supervisor and that I work to an enforceable code of conduct.  A therapist's professional membership offers clients peace of mind.