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Karen Molyneux

MSc Adv. Counselling & Psychotherapy (Supervision)

BSc Counselling & Pychotherapy

Individual counselling and couples therapy


Individual Therapy

It can be hard finding answers to your difficulties when you are feeling overwhelmed, lack trust in your ability to make decisions, feel confused by past experiences, or struggling with changes to relationships or personal circumstances.  I am here to offer support and help you find the answer to, or acceptance of, your individual experience.

Together, we can explore how the complexities of your life impact your emotional well-being, which if left unresolved can lead to physical problems such as interrupted sleep patterns, loss of appetite, and low energy levels, leading to isolation and a sense of loneliness.  Clients often come to therapy due to feelings of anxiety or depression, breakdown in a relationship, having experienced domestic abuse, bereavement, family members of serious offenders, cancer, childhood issues, or sexual abuse.  

As a person-centred and relationship therapist, I offer a therapeutic approach to suit your needs.  I value your worth as an individual which is expressed through my continued efforts to build a trusting therapeutic relationship by offering you empathic warmth, understanding and acceptance, confidentiality, and relating to you with ethical integrity.  I have supported clients through a range of issues whilst working within two statuary organisations, including the NHS.  

Couples Therapy

Most relationships become strained at some time, resulting in a failure to function optimally and produce self-reinforcing, maladaptive patterns. 

Significant changes in relationships can result from the birth of a child, changes to work or career, finance, health, retirement, a noticeable increase in arguments and poor communication, or an affair.  Counselling helps each individual to understand and acknowledge each person’s unique personality, perception, set of values, and family history and how they may adhere to a different and unexamined value system, shaping a person's nature and behaviour. 

Couples counselling aims to set the relationship back on track by looking at individual perceptions and emotions - how one looks at, feels about, and responds to situations and, when put together, how they effect the relationship.  Through collaborative exploration, open discussion, and each person taking equal responsibility for awareness of the problem as it arises, awareness of their contribution to the problem, and a willingness to make some fundamental changes in thought and feeling so the relationship can improve.


Qualifications & Training

MSc Advanced Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice (Supervision)

First Class BSc (Hon) in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Professional Practice

Level 5 Diploma – Systemic (Relationship) Therapy

Domestic Violence and Abuse: Awareness & Safety
Certificate in Counselling Skill Level 3
Introduction to Transactional Analysis 101 Certificate
Mindfulness Resilience Enhancement (Workshop 3) Teacher Training
Mindful Resilience Enhancement (Workshop 2)  - Teacher Training
Workshop on Treating Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks​​

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