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Quiet Place Counselling

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5ET
Phone: 07999894794
Website Address: www.quietplacecounselling.org.uk
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Are you looking for professional counselling in a secluded rural spot in Staffordshire?

I can't change your life situations, but together we can change how you relate to them.

I am a fully qualified and BACP registered counsellor, used to talking to people with a wide range of emotional issues. People find me easy to talk to and I can help you with all the usual types of problems that people come to counselling for.  However my speciality is couple therapy, and also working with clients, especially women, with health care related issues and food addiction.

I offer you a calm quiet space so you can explore what's going on for you.  We can work at your pace, I can offer long or short term work.


For more information about how I work, please visit my website at www.quietplacecounselling.org.uk


Opening Times

Opening Times: I have good access and easy parking.

Appointment times are well spaced out so there is no chance of meeting other clients. I have availability during the weekdays, some evenings as well as Saturday mornings and Sunday late afternoon.

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: I see clients in a designated private room on the ground floor in my home, a quiet secluded and rural spot which is a few minutes’ drive from Baldwins Gate village, near Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.  I offer both long and short term work.

I am also close to the Cheshire and Shropshire border with easy access to the towns of Crewe, Nantwich, Market Drayton and Loggerheads, and the villages of Madeley, Ashley, Audlem, Bridgemere, Woore, Wrinehill, Betley and Eccleshall all within easy reach. I am just 15 minutes' drive from junction 15 of the M6.


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