Sarah Flynn is a Kinesiologist and an Interfaith Minister.
She specialises in spiritual counseling and also writes and leads ceremonies of all kinds. Sarah was ordained in 2003 and has been offering counseling sessions since then.
Sarah is also a qualified Kinesiologist and has been helping people with a wide variety of health issues for the last 26 years.
Sarah was absolutely wonderful creating and leading the wedding ceremony for one of our clients. She garnered high praise from the bride and groom for her warmth and depth of knowledge. I look forward to working with her again .
Hi I'm Nina your psychotherapist and I've had three years of therapy experience with people of various backgrounds including addiction, anxiety, depression and relationship counselling.
You may book your appointments through my website here:
Alternatively please book your sessions on WhatsApp and I will respond to you within 24 hours.
Amazing advice, helped me so much with my issues, amazing conversation!
Augusta Counselling Service
Hi, I’m Augusta. Whatever you choose to bring to your sessions, we can look at together. The client – therapist relationship offers a unique opportunity to explore habitual thought patterns, negative emotional processes, difficult relationships and better ways to communicate. We have the capacity to change as a result of new self-awareness.
I’m experienced in supporting people with depression, anxiety, trauma, transgender issues, domestic violence, addiction and terminal illness.
I am based in Brighton and Hove (working online and in person) and I charge £150 for a 90 minute session (however due to current circumstances I am currently offering half price sessions so the cost is just £75)
I use various techniques such as muscle testing (kinesiology) to find out what's really going on for you (we often don't fully know the answers consciously) and then energy psychology and energy medicine techniques to release negative thought forms, limiting beliefs and emotions at their root.
I first met Liz when she was running a weekend stress management course, having suffered with stress related depression earlier in my life I was interested to hear what she had to say and teach.
The first thing that strikes you with Liz is her confidence and knowledge of the issues she is discussing, this puts your mind at rest very early on.
Her stress management course was a revelation and I could honestly say that if I had known what Liz taught me that weekend, when I was younger, I have no doubt that I would have had the tools to cope with the stress much better and not end up with depression.
I would go as far to say that everybody would benefit from what she talks about in this current stress heavy world.
When she first contacted me about her hypnotherapy sessions I was at first quite sceptical, I didn’t really believe in it and thought it would be embarrassing if I sat there and I was unable to be hypnotised as a “non believer”.
From the start of the session it was immediately apparent that she had the same confidence with her new skill as in the earlier stress management course.
Liz had phoned me a few days before the session to discuss things in my life that may benefit from hypnotherapy and she prepared a script based on this conversation.
The environment and atmosphere was calming and Liz explained clearly everything that was going to happen. It wasn’t long before I was “under” but I was still aware of what was going on and never felt out of control.
When the session was finished I felt incredibly relaxed and chilled out and Liz explained that she would make some recordings of the session for me to listen back to.
There is no doubt that the hypnotherapy has had an impact on the things that Liz and I discussed and over time and listening to her recordings things have improved on a daily basis.
Liz keeps in touch and is always available for a chat which makes a big difference.
I couldn’t recommend Liz highly enough because she has made such a difference to the way I view and manage different aspects of my life in particular stress and related conditions.
Amelia Bayes Counselling and Psychotherapy
I provide a confidential and supportive space for you to bring any problems you are having, explore difficult thoughts and feelings, and consider ways forward.
I work with clients long or short-term, with individuals and couples, and in a collaborative, flexible way that meets your particular needs.
I have particular experience working working with issues around gender and sexuality, with LGBTQ and gender diverse clients, and with clients who practice non-monogamy, polyamory, BDSM, and other non-traditional relationships.
Brilliant little therapy hub in Brighton. I can't speak for the other therapists working there, but mine has been nothing but brilliant, and the hub itself is a lovely mix of functional and yet welcoming. There's also coffee and tea (including herbal and decaf - yay!) available. My only slight criticisms are that it's a little hidden from the outside - perhaps a bigger sign outside might be a good idea for newbies trying to find it? I certainly got lost on my first time! Oh, and as a fan of bright colours, I would love some brighter decor. To be fair though, florescent yellow walls are probably not what most people want when exploring their deepest, darkest thoughts... Each to their own!
Brighton Occupational therapy
Occupational Therapy, life coaching, Ayurvedic massage and energy healing. A holistic view of mind, body and spirit merging the west with eastern philosophies.
OT assists with any illness or disability, neuro behavioural specialist, environmental assessments, work rehab.
Life coaching - looks at habits, goals, values, using a positive motivational approach on any area of life.
My aim is to give you the time and space to talk these issues through. I focus on the person and what they want to achieve through therapy rather than look for a diagnosis. I can help you to explore your emotions, create new insights, facilitate change in your life, and break troubling thought or behaviour patterns.
In a nutshell, my personal therapeutic approach is pragmatic, compassionate, and individually-tailored.
Online and Telephone Counselling for Adults and Young People.
Confidential, Emotional Support for You.
Why choose online or telephone counselling now?
Online and telephone counselling is convenient, accessible and consistent. It can work around your schedule and continue even if you relocate or can't make a regular appointment each week, so you don't have to start again or miss sessions.
I offer private therapy in a discrete and central location in Brighton.
Speaking with me will allow you to find the ‘why’ power behind the changes you’d like to make, to understand your reactions & experience of distress and create a new perception of your Self in the world in order to move on in life. I am a humanistic therapist meaning my specialism is the human experience.
Integral Core Therapy (ICT) offers a unique approach to psychological therapy.
It facilitates you to create a new positive outlook to life which can lead to beneficial life changes.
It is a response to the needs of the times, aimed at resolving modern life issues and struggles.
It works by:
• Creating the right conditions for deep self-enquiry and personal healing
• Working out ways specifically suited to you to address your predicament
Sometimes life can be hard and it feels as though we have no one to talk to. You deserve to have the space to talk about what's bothering you and together, we can think about this and help to bring about some resolution or change.
My name is Carmel Antha and I am a counsellor/ psychotherapist. I use the Psychodynamic approach which highlights the importance of considering how the happenings in our past affect our life and also considers the impact our past can have on our life choices and the way we behave.
I run personal transformation workshops & a 6 week transformation course in Brighton, East Sussex, claiming the highest retention of students of all courses offered at one Brighton college since it opened in 2014
Students learn how to sustain noticeable improvements in how they think & feel in most situations & can reduce many psychological challenges, as well as learn how to empower others to experience similar improvements within weeks
In light of the current situation with Covid-19 and for the health and wellbeing of both my clients and myself, I am no longer able to offer sessions in a face-to-face setting for the time being. I am continuing to offer emotional support either by Zoom, telephone or instant messaging, all at £36 per session. Please get in touch via the link in my website www.fionamaytherapy.co.uk or send me an email.
Finding the right counsellor can be a daunting task. You need to feel comfortable with and be able to trust whoever you choose to accompany you on your journey. Life may have thrown you a challenge that you are finding difficult to sit with. You may be dealing with the build-up of everyday stresses and disappointments, or perhaps your self-esteem and confidence levels have affected an ability to cope with sadness and pain. Whatever challenges you are experiencing, you don’t have to go through them alone. I am here to support you and offer a free 30 minute introductory session either by telephone or face-to-face to discuss what you would like to gain from counselling and help you to decide whether I am the right person to work with you.
I am a BACP registered humanistic counsellor offering you a safe, accepting, confidential and non-judgemental space to talk about whatever may be bothering you. I run my private practice on Tuesdays & Thursdays from midday-2pm & 4pm-7pm. I am based in Brighton and offer one-to-one therapeutic support either face-to-face or remotely on a short, medium or long-term basis - whatever feels right for you. I work with clients of all ages ranging from early adolescence to adults with many differing needs, but have a special interest in working with adolescents and young adults and also with bereavement.
I use a person-centred approach which means that I respect each client as a unique individual. I focus on what is important to you and our sessions will follow your pace. I won't offer you my opinion or advice, or provide you with solutions as I believe that having the space to talk to someone neutral can help you to explore your options in order to better understand your problems to find the solution that works best for you. I may also use EMDR and Mindfulness grounding techniques which can help you learn how to self-soothe outside of the therapy room should you feel the need to.
I have experience in working with a diverse range of issues such as academic stress, anger, anxiety, bereavement, body issues, bullying, depression, divorce and separation, domestic abuse, eating disorders, emotional abuse, gender questioning and uncertainty, identity crisis, existential angst, low self-esteem, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, relationship issues, self-harm, separation and loss, sexual abuse, sexuality, social anxiety, suicidal ideation and trauma. However, you don’t have to be experiencing any of these issues to speak with me as perhaps you may be struggling with something else entirely.
Since 2010 I have worked as a volunteer for three different charities providing emotional support to bereaved individuals, to adolescents and young adults, and to individuals in emotional distress. I have also been employed as a college counsellor since 2017 and continue to work with adolescents and young adults in a college setting alongside my private practice.
I am registered with the ICO, hold professional indemnity insurance and an enhanced DBS check which covers me to work with both children and adults.
Counselling in an incredibly rewarding profession where I am privileged to be allowed to accompany clients on their personal journey for however long they need my support. Working alongside clients and at their pace, I get to witness change and personal growth as they search for and find the answers that are right for them. No two days are the same - my work enables me to meet and support a diverse range of people of differing ages, gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity with a variety of issues.
What inspired you to start your own business?
After obtaining my counselling qualification, I combined working evenings as a volunteer counsellor for five years with a daytime position in an office. In 2017 I obtained a paid position on a part-time basis as a college counsellor which I continued to combine with my office role for a year before deciding to dedicate myself to the field of counselling on a full-time basis. I set up my private practice at the end of 2018 and now combine this in addition to my work as a college counsellor.
Why should our clients choose you?
I work to a humanistic modality which means that I see each client as a unique individual and believe in their potential to make the right decisions for themselves. I won’t offer my opinion or advice, or provide any solutions as I believe that having the space to talk to someone neutral can help clients to explore their options in order to better understand their problems and find the best solution that works for them.
I also use EMDR and Mindfulness grounding techniques to help clients learn how to self-soothe outside of the therapy room should they feel the need to.
Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.
Due to the current situation with Covid-19 I am not currently seeing any face-to-face clients and am only offering remote sessions. All sessions are priced at £36 and can be held either via Zoom, instant messaging or by telephone call. Payment is made by a secure one-time Zettle link which will be sent to you by SMS prior to your session.
What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?
I am only working remotely which means you can have your sessions from the comfort of your home without having to come into contact with anyone from outside of your support bubble.