Our centres are open and we are able to offer face-to-face appointments to clients who wish this. All our centres have been equipped to maintain social distancing and to meet stringent hygiene requirements. To find out more about how we are working in our centres to keep you safe please visit.
We also continue to provide our counselling, CBT, and therapy services online and by telephone via our online portal. To find out more about our therapy services for individuals, couples, children/young people and families, or to book an appointment, please contact us.
Our Inverness psychology and counselling centre offers a range of therapy and well-being services including cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), counselling, psychotherapy, relationship/couples counselling and coaching to individuals and organisations.
We are centrally located – in Church Street, close to Inverness’ train and coach stations – and within easy reach for those travelling from surrounding areas and further afield.
We have handpicked a team of expert practitioners from a range of therapy backgrounds. They have years of experience working with a wide variety of issues and problems and they will tailor their approach to meet the wishes and needs of each individual client.
We offer daytime and evening appointments and can usually book you in for an initial appointment with one of our team within a week, so once you have decided to come and see us, you can get started on making things better without delay.
We know from experience that people often find the process of finding the right counsellor, cognitive-behaviour therapist, psychologist or coach a confusing and stressful one, so if you have any questions at all, please do get in touch. Alternatively if you wish to go ahead and make an appointment, contact us and we will be delighted to set up an initial appointment for you with one of our practitioners.
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest in our services.
Professor Ewan Gillon, Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Director