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Emma Ryland

Counsellor/CBT therapist Positive about Neurodiversity

Qualifications: BA (Hons) English Literature;  PGCE (English, Drama); PGCE (Autism and Learning) COSCA Certificate in Counselling; SCOTACS Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork, a CBT Approach.

Memberships: BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and GTCS (General Teaching Council for Scotland)

Availability: Tuesday – Thursday online and in person.

Cost per session: £60/£50It’s a big step to come to therapy, especially if you’ve had a lifetime of feeling different and not understood or heard.

Maybe you experience anxiety and it’s starting to impact your life? Perhaps you have poor self-esteem and would like to set better boundaries? Have you or someone you care about recently received an autism or ADHD diagnosis and you’re having complicated feelings, not sure what to do now?  Are you keen to please others but really harsh on yourself? I regularly meet with people who answer ‘yes’ to these types of questions and we work together to discover the answers they’re looking for so that they can live a life more aligned to their values.

We’ll  use a combination of counselling, CBT therapy and coaching and I’ll  meet you just as you are, so we can work together in ways that suit you. I’ll draw on my own experience of neurodivergence and 25 years in education and autism outreach, and you’ll be in a space of non-judgement, where you’re free to be yourself and are acknowledged as the expert on your life. Together, we'll work to explore what you need so that you can move towards your goals.

If any of this resonates with you, please have a look at my website for further information.

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