Meet The Therapists

Sarah Pitt

I have a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and am a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), the BPS (British Psychological Society) and the HCPC (Health Care Professionals Council). I therefore work within the necessary ethical codes outlined by these organisations.

I have experience working in both private and NHS settings with a full range of mental health issues; these include, amongst others, trauma, OCD, depression, abuse, child loss, eating disorders, dissociation, panic and anxiety. I also have specialist training working with children and young people.

When appropriate I enjoy using creative and artistic methods with clients to compliment the range of relational approaches usually used in psychotherapy.

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Caroline Allen

Cara Bache-Jeffreys

I am an integrative psychotherapist (encompassing attachment theory, the person-centered approach and CBT). I am extremely passionate about creating a space of acceptance, without judgement. I love working for Maybe because I wholeheartedly believe everyone should be able to access the support that they need, regardless of their financial situation or what they would like to change in their lives.

Jenny Campbell

Amie Fey

Vikki Fear

Helen Downing

Manpreet Dhuffar-Pottiwal

Gaelle Carrera

Marie-Claire Fitzpatrick

I have a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and am a member of the British Psychological Society. I have experience working in NHS-funded services and private practice. I am also an affiliate therapist with a local university supporting students as they travel through the education process. I have experience of working with people of all ages in a wide range of settings that include hospitals, schools and universities. I have had the privilege of working with clients who have experienced many different types of distress including trauma, loss, anxiety, low mood, OCD and relational issues. I passionately believe that access to psychological support should be available to anyone who is in need, regardless of financial status. Maybe Southwest aims to respond to this need when other resources are not readily available.

Naomi Fowler

Sharon Lewis

Emily Mew

I am an integrative counsellor which means that I have been trained in many different counselling theories and will draw on a range of approaches depending on the needs of my clients. I offer a warm and engaged counselling style and, more than anything, I aim provide a safe and supportive space for clients to share whatever is on their mind. I am a member of the BACP and have an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Counselling from Iron Mill College. I previously worked as a counsellor at another Bristol charity which specialises in helping clients with addiction to alcohol. In my Private Practice I specialise in supporting mothers. I love reading, creative writing and spending time in nature.

Eva Spain

Helen Thorn