(Edgware) Daniel Winstanley Reg MBACP (Accred) he/him
About the Therapist
I work with clients facing a range of challenges, including:
- Relationship difficulties (with partners, friends, or others).
- Sense of self (e.g. low confidence, self-esteem, sense of identity including identity conflict, guilt and shame).
- Workplace issues, including stress, conflict and bullying.
- Life change or loss e.g. career change, bereavement or relationship break-up.
- Emotional distress (including mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and panic).
- Facing a difficult decision or transition.
- Search for meaning or purpose.
Whether it’s just a few sessions, or longer-term therapy, counselling can help you to take a step back, reflect, access your inner resources, and move forward.
More information can be found via my website: http://danielwinstanley.co.uk/
|Award||Awarding body||Year of award|
|MA (Hons) Psychology||University of Edinburgh||2004|
|MSc Therapeutic Counselling||University of Greenwich||2015|
|Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling||Counselling Tutor||2020|
|Accredited Gender, Sex and Relationship Diversities Therapist||Pink Therapy||2021|
There are a variety of approaches to counselling: as an Integrative counsellor, I bring together elements of different therapies in my counselling toolkit. Each client is unique, and I believe the approach needs to be tailored to your specific needs and goals.
I have a background in equalities work and mental health services. I also have several years’ experience in working with various client groups, including people of trans* and non-binary experience, lesbian, gay and bisexual people, people in non-monogamous relationships, people with disabilities, and people living with HIV and other long-term conditions.
Following my qualification, I gained the experience and expertise to be recognised as a BACP Accredited Counsellor – this means that my practice has been deemed by the BACP to meet their “higher standard as a competent, ethical and independent practitioner”. I am also a Pink Therapy Accredited Gender, Sex and Relationship Diversities Therapist, which recognises that I have met their standards in terms of specialist knowledge, experience, and reflective practice in order to provide a “truly welcoming, inclusive approach” to diverse client groups.
I have lived experience as a gay man growing up in north-east England, and as a carer for a family member with dementia.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- GSRD therapy
- BDSM | Kink
- Bi- | Pansexual
- Non-binary | Genderqueer
- One to one
- No adaptation
- Seniors (60+)
My fee structure is £75 to £90 depending on your circumstances.
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