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This therapist is offering face to face as well as online/phone sessions

Louise Ordish


£60 per 50 minute session


Bramham Therapy clinics:
07468 573866

Direct mobile number for Louise Ordish:
07456 669952





BACP registered member

Treatments Practiced:


Philosophy and style of working:

Louise’s aim is to help you reflect on areas of your life that are difficult, unresolved or in which you feel stuck, and help you understand how you might be able to make changes.
The approach Louise takes to counselling is psychodynamic, which means she’ll sometimes help you think about early life experiences and how they might contribute to your experience of the world now. She has particular experience of working with clients with ASD and Aspergers’ and Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). She works on a short-term and long-term basis with clients over the age of eighteen.

Professional Accreditations:

  • Registered Member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Diploma in Psychodynamic Practice from University of Oxford
  • Certificate in Pychodynamic Practice from University of Oxford

Training and Experience:

  • Registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, working in accordance with their ethical framework
  • Post-graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling from University of Oxford
  • Currently completing training to work with Adolescents and Young People in line with BACP competencies
  • Experience of working in school, charity and private settings
  • Experience with issues including depression, anxiety, sexuality, self-esteem, addiction, stress, trauma, abuse, bereavement and life changes. Works with adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, including Aspergers and Pathological Demand Avoidance; and with clients living with family members on the spectrum.


Learning to work with Countertransference, Psychodynamic Practice, April 2020