Margaret Moroney is an integrative counsellor drawing influence from her training in psychodynamic and person-centred counselling, as well as her background in herbal medicine.
Margaret has experience of working with issues such as depression, anxiety, low self- esteem, trauma, abuse, addiction, life transitions, relationship breakdown, loss, bereavement, gender identity and self-development.
Underpinning her approach is a fundamental belief that our connections to ourselves, each other, and the world in which we live are what give our lives purpose and meaning.
She draws on a range of theoretical principles to encourage her clients to share their unique selves in a collaborative therapeutic relationship in which they can begin to understand the, often unconscious, forces at play in their lives.
Through the prism of the relationship, Margaret supports her clients to increase their awareness of what drives them and hinders them, how and why they relate to those around them the way they do, and how they might start to live their lives with more creativity and curiosity.
- POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING (PGDip Couns), UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
- POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELLING, UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
- COSCA CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELLING SKILLS, JEWEL AND ESK COLLEGE
Counsellor Member of COSCA (Scotland’s professional body for counselling and psychotherapy)