Dr Shirley Moore (she/her)

I offer an individual approach to therapy, as every client is an individual with different ways of thinking and reacting to things. Different people seek counselling for different reasons. Perhaps you are feeling down or depressed or anxious. Perhaps you have a conflict you wish to resolve or an aspect of your life that you wish to change. I will not tell you what to do but I will offer you a non-judgemental space where you can explore the areas of your life which you choose to bring to our sessions and come to your own decisions in your own time. I may challenge some of your assumptions or perceptions on occasion, in order to deepen understanding and foster new insights. I will be guided by you as the expert on yourself.

I am a retired doctor and worked in the NHS for ten years before changing career. My special interest areas include medical professionals, counselling trainees, whistleblowers, people experiencing bullying and people with chronic pain or long term health conditions.

Dr Kirsty Horne is an experienced and caring Clinical Psychologist. She has worked helping clients across the lifespan in the field of Clinical Psychology since 2003. She has worked in a range of settings, including adult mental health, sleep medicine, neuropsychology and has particular expertise in the field of Clinical Health Psychology.  Dr Horne has helped many clients suffering with emotional difficulties related to chronic physical health conditions, including cardiac problems, stroke, chronic pain, unexplained medical symptoms and cancer. 

Dr Horne has expertise in group, family and individual therapy and has been trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Behavioural Family Therapy (BFT), Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Health Behaviour Change (HBC) strategies, and is also familiar with aspects of Compassion-Focused therapy. 

Dr Horne is a fully registered practitioner psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council (PYL25666). She works with adults, aged 18+ and offers face-to-face sessions at The Wellbeing Rooms in Glasgow, as well as telephone and online therapy. She continues to work in the NHS, in addition to undertaking private practice. 

Dr Horne was late diagnosed as autistic, at the age of 44. She has experience of working with neurodivergent clients and has recently completed further training on adapting therapy for autistic adults. She is very genuine and approachable and will be happy to work with you to help you achieve your goals and improve your emotional wellbeing.

You can contact Dr Horne via her website, via telephone  (07938540486) or by e-mail at

Dianne Foy

My name is Dianne Foy and I am a person-centred counsellor based in Houston, Renfrewshire. Prior to training as a counsellor I worked for many years in large public sector organisations, so I have a good understanding of how the working environment can have a significant impact on neurodivergent people. 

I became aware of my own neurodivergence (autistic with some traits of ADHD) later on in life, so I am passionate about supporting clients whose own experiences have been minimised or misunderstood. It is all too easy to feel like the person on the outside looking in, the only person who hasn’t been given the rules of the interactions others take for granted.

Clients are never one-dimensional with only one aspect to their identity or experience, so the intersectional nature of these experiences is also a main area of interest for me.  Grief, bereavement, gender, sexuality, relationships, trauma, abuse, life transitions, disability and chronic illness, anxiety and depression are just some of the areas I have experience working with.

I aim to offer a counselling relationship that is very much tailored to the individual.  The therapy relationship can only work if we are able to be our genuine selves, so I will do all I can to facilitate this. 

I offer face to face, telephone and Zoom counselling on weekday evenings, so I am able to work around clients’ commitments through the day.

I offer a free initial chat by telephone or Zoom, so please get in touch if you’d like to discuss working together. For the most up-to-date details of my availability, please check my website.

Clare Fisher MBACP, CSAccred.

About me and my therapy practice

I am a down to earth, friendly and caring qualified pluralistic Counsellor/Psychotherapist. 

I want to work with you to support you to find solutions to your problems.

In our sessions I will listen, I will talk but I will not judge.

I will use my skills to support you, empower you and help you to become the resilient authentic person that you know you can be.

You might want only one session or you can book as many as you feel is necessary.

The choice is yours.

Training and qualifications

BA Degree in Community Learning & Development (a registered member of CLD Scotland)

MSc Counselling (Merit) Registered Member MBACP.

Neurolinguistic Programming Master Practitioner (a registered member of ABNLP)

Life Coach Level 3

Usui Reiki Master

Qualified Mental Health First Aider

Smoking Cessation Tutor

Teacher of English as a Second Language

Child Protection (HNU)

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (working & managing safely)

Gym Induction Trainer

Moving Your Practice Online (Online Therapy Institute)

Certificate In Online & Telephone Counselling (CT)

SDS Accreditation in  Clinical Supervision 

Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme member

Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insured – Towergate Insurance

Practice description

 I am happy to meet with you on the social media platform of your choice, for example ZOOM and more.

I can also work with you via phone (landline) if you are based in the UK.

My practice is based in Strathkinness which is a  small village near St Andrews in Fife. I operate from a welcoming and comfortable small garden room office. (sorry there are no toilet facilities available  and the premises is accessed via 9 steps)

My first session

Our initial session will focus on your expectations for our counselling sessions, your goals, your resources and how we are going to work together. We will complete some brief paperwork and I will support you to undertake a small assessment of your current needs. 

Counselling sessions will be 45mins in length, but please plan for one hour.

What I can help with

Abuse, ADD / ADHD, Addictions, Anger management, Anxiety, Autism spectrum, Bereavement, Career coaching, Child related issues, Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME, Cultural issues, Depression, Disability, Eating disorders, Health related issues, Identity issues, Life coaching, Loss, Men’s issues, Obsessions, OCD, Personal development, Phobias, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Self-harm, Sex-related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Spirituality, Stress, Substance Dependency, Trauma, Women’s issues, Work related issues and much more

Francis Higgins MBACP

I am a neurodivergent person-centred therapist. My pronouns are he/him. I work with autistic and/or ADHD pre and post diagnosis/self-identifying/questioning people and neurotypical people. I have some experience of working with other forms of neurodivergence such as FND, dyslexia, LDs etc. I have a good understanding of many aspects of neurodiversity including PDA traits and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria.

My work is relational and trauma informed. I work with LGBTQ+ clients and I am kink, bdsm and polyamory friendly. I support people with depression, anxiety, stress, work-place bullying, bereavement, mental health issues, childhood trauma, stress, chronic illness and relationship issues. I work from a Health at Every Size/(HAES) and Intuitive Eating (IE) informed way with self-esteem, body image and healing from diet culture. As a transgender, neurodivergent and disabled person myself I have both personal and professional experience of many of the issues I help clients with. 

I work online and via telephone. Please note I do not work with members of the LGBTQ+ community in the greater Edinburgh area in order to maintain personal boundaries in a small community. 

Prices: Standard rate £45, concession rate £30 subject to availability. 

More details can be found on my BACP listing.

Qualifications: Ba (Hons) Person Centred Therapy; Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling. I am a registered member of the BACP.

Busy Minds Counselling
I am Katie Johnston (MBACP) and I run Busy Minds Counselling in Perth,
Scotland. As a neurodivergent counsellor I enjoy working within a pluralistic
framework which draws from different modalities to support clients’ needs
and challenges during therapy.
Our work together will explore your needs and is not defined by one way of
working with at times the need to ” think out of the box” to find new ways to
approach challenges and sticking points in life. 
I provide a safe and confidential space to explore your concerns and work
collaboratively to build a therapeutic relationship to understand you without
judgement and to support your growth and change. 
Currently I offer online, telephone counselling as well as in person sessions.
I have a keen interest in working with those experiencing complex trauma,
PTSD, bereavement, ADHD, Autism, anxiety, depression, disabilities, anger
issues, cancer and chronic pain/ health related issues. 
Prospective clients are welcome to get in touch for a complimentary 15
minute consultation.

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