A holistic approach to mental health and well-being

Manchester Mind Matters

Manchester Mind Matters

A holistic approach to mental health and well-being


Welcome to Manchester Mind Matters

Counselling, mindfulness, walking therapy

Offering a holistic approach to mental health and well-being

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”


Footsteps in the sand
Change in counselling takes place one step at a time


Stepping back

Life can be a struggle, zapping your energy and leaving you exhausted. It’s very easy to get tangled up in problems. Maybe my counselling approach can show you a way to press “pause” and take a step back from life to see what’s really going on – perhaps gain a different perspective?

How I work

My approach to counselling is very much person-centred which means it is non-directive allowing clients the space to explore their thoughts/feelings and emotions at their own pace.    In addition, I aim to provide a supportive, caring environment to help you find the resources to solve your own problems.  We all have these inner resources yet forget to utilise them.   Sometimes we need to be reminded that they are there and how best to use them!

First steps

I know how hard it is to ask for help and by looking at this website you are already a step closer to making positive changes.  So for a no obligation chat please phone me on my mobile (07977 590765). If I’m unavailable and you’d like me to return your call please leave a message on my voicemail and I will call you back as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can use the form on the contacts page to email me for further information or to make an appointment.


***Please note I am fully booked and currently unable to take any new referrals

until Monday 4th September 2017***


"Was I suicidal? No, but I desperately wanted the pain to stop." Finding #mindfulness changed @EdHalliwell 's life: https://t.co/fJNS62kJ2G

Is my anxiety caused by insomnia or the other way around? https://t.co/Z4NrR552gs

We can't be both distracted and aware at the same time. https://t.co/30bb4j2c3p

Following the death of #ChesterBennington we ask the media to follow our Media Guidelines for reporting of suicide https://t.co/zUh8reJCC0

It's Friday and the weekend stretches ahead of us. Time to rest and recharge maybe or do a few things that bring joy!

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