Most people reach a point somewhere in life where they need the support of others to get through. A good friend or family member often fits the bill, but something else is sometimes needed.
My name is Hamish Cormack. I offer you the space and freedom to explore what’s going on for you, in a confidential way, carefully separated and insulated from the rest of your life.
You set the agenda: you can look at current or longstanding issues, difficulties, problems, goals or relationships; with a view to pure understanding, radical change, or something else. I’m a skilled listener, with particular experience in addiction, depression and anxiety, and money issues. I’m not religious, but open to religious belief in others.
I am a full member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, working to their standards, and of the Bath Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy. My training background is Humanist and Integrative, which means that I will regard you as a person, not a case or a diagnosis; and that although it may not be your experience, you are the best authority on yourself. My role is to assist you in uncovering this, and in clarifying a path for yourself. My skills and experience are offered in service to that.
Under normal circumstances I welcome clients on Fridays, to my room in Queen Square in Central Bristol. In the current situation I am meeting clients online through video calls, with a view to resuming in-person contact when this feels safe enough. It has been a pleasant surprise, though, to discover how effective video contact can be.
If you’d like to meet or discuss your needs, please do get in touch on 07312 036 421 or on firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Please note that the room is on the third floor, up stairs which are not steep but are multiple. There is no other access.)