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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)


Julie Boseley

As a holistic teacher and practitioner I wanted to support the therapies that I already practiced with qualifications in the Talking therapies. One of the key elements on anyone’s healing journey is made up of sharing and being listened to in a supportive space. I love CBT as it very much encapsulates that with the added bonus of practical methods to add to your personal well-being tool bag for life.

I also hold qualifications as a Life coach, a level 2 counselling diploma and  suicide and self- harm certification. Part of my work leads me to support people with end of life care.

I am always honoured to walk alongside you on your journey. 


Gail Scott (Msc)

Gail is a mental health professional, having worked in private healthcare, and the NHS. Gail is offering  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help alleviate a range of anxiety and depression related conditions, for which CBT is demonstrated to be clinically effective. 

Gail is currently training with the University of Oxford and abides by the BPS and BABCP Codes of Ethics. She provides a warm, empathetic, and collaborative space for you to explore new ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.

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