City Road Therapy

Amy Crinnion

I’m Amy. I am a qualified integrative counsellor and psychotherapist drawing on a range of approaches to suit the needs of the individual and the issues being worked through. Modalities include person-centred, psychodynamic and relational therapy.

I am a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and work within their ethical framework.

Integrative counselling and psychotherapy with Amy

I work in an integrative way, meaning there are a range of approaches in the foundations of my practice, and I incorporate skills from all into each individual therapeutic relationship.

I offer an open, accepting space where issues can be explored and grappled with at your pace. Whether there are everyday struggles such as work and university-related difficulties, challenging emotions like low-mood, loneliness and depression, or you may be seeking therapy to gain a deeper understanding of yourself. What you bring to therapy is unique to you, but we can work together in tackling blind-spots and sticking points that may be preventing you from moving on.

We can work collaboratively in looking at conscious behaviours, thoughts and actions as well as past experiences and deeper unconscious processes. To do this it is important we build trust; and I keep the relationship at the core of our therapy and focus on building rapport to enable that trust.

I offer weekly time-limited or open-ended therapy and am currently available on Saturdays for face-to-face appointments. Please email me or leave a voice message to arrange an initial phone consultation.

Qualifications and experience

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP Accredited)
Level 3 Counselling Skills in working with children (CPCAB)
Level 2 Counselling Skills (CPCAB)
Undergraduate (BA) and Masters (MA) degrees in Sociology

Rates

Saturday appointments available at £40 per session.

Anxiety | Depression/low mood | Gender-based violence | Relationship issues | Self development | Work/university related stress