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Alexandra Pilkington is working in person and online by phone/video link

Alexandra Pilkington Counsellor

Fees:

£50 for a 50 min session

Contact:

Bramham Therapy clinics:
07468 573866

Direct mobile number for Alexandra Pilkington:
07825 090319

Email:
alexandrapilkingtoncounselling@gmail.com

Location:

Newbury & Marlborough

Alexandra Pilkington BACP member 387665

Treatments Practiced:

Counselling & Psychotherapy


Philosophy and style of working:

Alexandra believes we all have a unique way of being in the world informed by our individual experience and while her core approach is psychodynamic, she will integrate different approaches and techniques as appropriate, working creatively alongside her clients to achieve their objectives. She offers a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space in which to explore your internal world and how this might impact your interactions and way-of-being with a view to finding freedom from self limiting beliefs and patterns of behaviour. Her aim is to support her clients as they work through their issues to find clarity, meaning and purpose, facilitate change and fulfil potential.

Following an initial consultation, Alexandra offers weekly 50 minute sessions for both short-term and open-ended therapy.


Professional Accreditations:

  • Registered member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP)

Training and Experience:

Alexandra Pilkington is a qualified counsellor working with adults, both individuals and couples.

In addition to working privately, since 2018 she has worked in a charity setting providing affordable counselling in the community with most referrals coming from the NHS and local authorities. She has worked with a wide range of psychological issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, sexuality and identity, self esteem and relationship problems.

Alexandra is committed to ongoing professional development and as a member of the BACP, adhere to their Code of Ethics and Practice.