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A bit about me

I'm Kirsty Evans and listening and helping people find ways forward has been the main part of my job as a researcher for the last 25 years.  But having seen the benefits of therapy when my own mental health has been under strain due to work stress and bereavement, I decided to use these skills and trained as a therapist.​

 

I have a BA (Hons) from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, and a PGDip in Psychological Wellbeing, Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Aberdeen.  I am also a registered member of BACP, the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

 

This is how one of my clients has described working with me and the effect that the therapy has had on his life:

I cannot speak highly enough of Kirsty's support following a challenging period of work-related burnout. With her guidance, the process of navigating my professional challenges became not only manageable but transformative. Kirsty's approach is marked by its insightfulness and sincerity. Through thoughtful discussions, she has helped me dissect and understand my relationship with my job, identify negative habits, and implement positive changes in my lifestyle.

Thanks to Kirsty's expertise, I've overcome the burnout while developing a deeper understanding of myself, and have acquired some tools to maintain a healthier work-life balance. I am immensely grateful for her role in my journey towards personal and professional wellbeing. Kirsty's influence extends to many positive changes that are making a lasting difference.

Kirsty Evans, The Ordinary Therapist
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