Dominic Wilson

Dominic is integrative therapist and an Accredited Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP Accred). He has over 10 years’ experience working in a range of therapeutic services with adults, couples and families. Dominic works with clients to treat a range of presenting issues including substance use, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, family conflict, abuse, bereavement, domestic abuse, attachment issues and trauma/PTSD.

Drawing on a number of therapeutic modalities, including systemic, psychodynamic and behavioural approaches, Dominic works integratively to provide a safe, compassionate and non-judgmental environment for clients to explore the issues that have brought them to therapy, in a way that flexibly meets the unique needs of each client.

Dr. Chris Keithley

Dr Keithley is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with a wealth of experience from working in a variety of NHS primary and secondary care mental health services, as well as more traditional counselling settings. Dr Keithley is fully qualified with both the Health and Care Professionals Council and British Psychological Society.

Through clinical work, Dr Keithley has extensive experience in treating difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, OCD, and bipolar disorder. Please click on the profile to the right more more information.

Stacey Gray

Stacey is a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), as listed on the BACP Professional Standards Authority accredited register. She is an integrative humanistic counsellor, using transactional analysis as her core modality, alongside mindfulness-based interventions.

Stacey’s clinical experience includes working with clients therapeutically in NHS primary care settings, where she has a broad experience of supporting clients who are struggling with difficulties relating to depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement/loss, life changes, gender identity, body image and isolation.

Christine Robinson

Christine is a Humanistic Counsellor with a strong belief in the Person-Centred Approach, tailoring support to the unique needs of the individual. She is an Accredited Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).  She has 10 years’ experience of working in various therapeutic settings, mainly providing counselling to the NHS in GP practice. 

Christine helps clients process a wide range of issues to develop a greater awareness and understanding of their situations and emotions. Christine works with clients from the first session to develop a strong therapeutic relationship to safely explore presenting issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship and family conflicts, loss, bereavement, and unresolved childhood issues.

Sarah Miles

Sarah is an Integrative Adult Psychotherapist, and a BACP registered member (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). She draws particularly on Psychodynamic Therapy, CBT, TA, Existential and Person-Centred Therapy, body and breathing work, metaphor and imagery.

Sarah has gained experience in NHS Primary Care in County Durham, working with complex cases including: low mood, anxiety, sexual and domestic abuse (male and female); grief and loss, complex bereavement, and issues of the self and self-identity. Sarah has an interest in intersections of socio-cultural identities and their impact on therapy.

As a Human Psychotherapist, Sarah’s approach is based on the belief that there are always possibilities for personal growth, hope and positive change in therapy.

Rachel Flowers

Rachel is an Integrative Therapist and registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists). She has 7 year’s experience working with adults, couples, and parents in a range of therapeutic settings. She is a qualified clinical and creative supervisor.

Rachel has gained experience working with a variety of presenting issues including relationship difficulties, abuse, anxiety, childhood difficulties, and personal self-development. She will be working creatively with adults and couples. The use of creative approaches can offer a change in perspective, enabling connectivity to other parts of our mind and a stronger connection to self. If you are struggling to communicate in a relationship, feeling stuck or unable to express your feelings, Rachel can support with this.

Dominic Wilson

(MBACP Accred) Senior Psychotherapist

Stacey Gray

Psychotherapist

Sarah Miles

Psychotherapist

Dr. Chris Keithley

(CPsychol, DCounPsych, MSc, PsyDip, BA Hons, PRINCE2)

Christine Robinson

Psychotherapist

Rachel Flowers

Psychotherapist