COUNSELLING & PSYCHOTHERAPY
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
IN DUNDEE & ST ANDREWS
The Hallway offers a therapeutic space for expanding and deepening awareness. With the support of a psychotherapist you can identify the source of:
issues related to eating
and many other difficulties, including those within relationships
These can arise from adverse life experiences or trauma. It is by working at depth and carefully tracking what is going on in the body - along with the emerging emotions and thoughts - that we can identify the source of symptoms and address the 'stuckness' of their presence.
Dr Hannah Young
MA (Hons), MSc, PhD, CPsychol, MBACP
Since 2008, Hannah has held a number of research posts at the University of Dundee, where she has also taught courses in child development. Her PhD explored multi-sensory ways of working with non-verbal individuals who had experienced loss. This led to an interest in wider therapeutic work in attachment, dissociation and trauma. She has contributed to academic publications and presented nationally and internationally.
As a psychotherapist, Hannah draws upon her training in a variety of therapeutic approaches, through which she aims to enhance therapeutic engagement for clients. She is committed to finding effective and safe ways of working.
Registered as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
All appointments provide a full hour (60 minutes).
Sessions must be paid for on the day of the appointment by cash, cheque, PayPal or bank transfer.
The full rate for the consultation or session applies if a cancellation is received within one week of the scheduled appointment. However, appointments may be rescheduled within that same week (subject to availability).
Hannah is registered with the following insurance companies:
Aetna Global Benefits, Vitality Health, Cigna and WPA. Rates vary.