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Coleby Centre

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2 Alma Road



DA14 4EA






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The Therapists

"Sometimes we are unable to formulate an exact problem, but can feel 'stuck in a rut', 'low' or experience anxiety in relation to a specific situation, suffer with generalised anxiety or are generally unhappy and worry about depression.


The first step is to help you discover what it is that you really want from life, and how you go about unconsciously stopping yourself from getting it.  I believe that all of us have the ability to help ourselves, provide our own answers to our questions and to solve our problems.


The possibility of encountering one’s own true identity can be frightening and frustrating.  Many people expect to discover the worst, yet the hidden fear lies in the fact that they also may discover their best!"

More therapists...

Jacqueline Hart


See Jacquie's listing on BACP


To contact Jacquie directly, call 07551 975503 or email


Jacquie is a registered AVIVA and AXA provider


Jacquie says:

Jacqueline Hart

Sehar Khan


See Sehar's listing on RSCPP


To contact Sehar directly, call 07984 115 574 or email



Sehar says:

"My specialist area is Bereavement and Loss, where I have worked with various types of bereavement from miscarriage, illness, and accidents to suicide and homicide.  I also work with grief that is not always openly recognised as grief such as infertility.


Making the decision to seek support can be a difficult one but can also be the first step to making changes.  Many people find that speaking with an independent person separate from their everyday lives can help to give a different perspective on what they’re going through, and can also facilitate a space for them to share what they’re feeling with no judgement in a safe environment."

Gill Coleby

Gill is Director of the Coleby Centre, and a UKCP registered psychotherapist & counsellor, and

registered BUPA provider


See Gill's website and Counselling Directory listing


To contact Gill directly, call 07956 573 774 or email


Gill says:

"I believe therapy is all about empowering you to make choices and finding ways to change those things that can feel impossible and overwhelming.  There are many dynamic therapies,  tools and techniques that can help people change – but for the change to become a new habit and happen naturally they need to be integrated inside and this is why the therapeutic relationship is so important.  Feeling the genuine warmth and regard of another human, being heard and supported in a confidential space is the glue that binds the change so that you can live your life in the best possible way."

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Jo Dampier


See Jo's listing on Counselling Directory


To contact Jo directly, call 07757 811 985 or email


Jo says:

"If you are taking your first tentative steps towards acknowledging and improving a personal difficulty, I can offer a gentle, safe, non-judgemental, confidential space where we can work together to understand more about you, your life, your feelings and what you would like to achieve.


I work with clients using an integrative approach.  This approach appreciates that no two clients are the same, so I will aim to use a counselling style that is best suited to you and your specific difficulty."

Jo Dampier

Millicent Brissett


To contact Millicent directly,


call 07538 226 542 or email


Millicent is an accredited BABCP

CBT therapist, and she says:

Millicent Brissett

"I'm a cognitive behavioural therapist (CBT) with 10 years experience and an accredited member of the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).


My treatment covers a range of psychological difficulties which include depression; various types of anxieties such as: social anxiety, panic disorder, general anxiety disorder, OCD, phobias, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


CBT treatment is useful in helping you to understand the connections between the way in which you think, feel and ultimately the way you behave, all of which can negatively prolong your emotional difficulties.  With a high success rate, it’s a therapy worth giving a try."