Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and more,
Glasgow and ayr




Counselling, Psychotherapy and more. 

From a listening ear to a structured plan to manage stress or ease distress.

 Please do not hesitate to contact for help.

Who are we?


We are a group of Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Therapists from a variety of disciplines and methodologies.  We can offer a range of approaches and levels of expertise to meet your mental health and emotional wellbeing needs.

How do we work?


When you contact, after an initial discussion with Anne, our lead therapist, the practitioner who is considered to best meet your needs will be identified and with your agreement they will contact you directly to set up an appointment.

All practitioners are qualified, experienced and insured.  Counselling & Wellbeing Services practitioners are registered with a professional body and have the required amount of supervision with a senior therapist.

Where do we work?


We have comfortable and easily accessible offices centrally located in Ayr and Glasgow.  An appropriate and confidential setting for the work that you do is a priority for Counselling & Wellbeing Services.

Who do we work with?

We work with anyone who has an issue with their mental health or emotional wellbeing.  We also work with people who are well and want to develop skills and resilience to maintain their wellbeing in the face of challenge.


What issues do we support people with?

Depression, anxiety and the horrible experience of suffering both at once.

Depression sufferers can be supported with the sense of hopelessness and helplessness that is a distressing symptom of the illness.

General anxiety and specific anxiety disorders.  Many people have been supported by our practitioners to manage chronic disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder,  Panic Attacks, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Phobias relating to animals, driving, flying etc.  The lifestyle curtailing disorders of social anxiety and health anxiety respond well to psychotherapy.


Our practitioners are experienced in working with trauma from a range of origins.  These include adverse childhood experiences, abuse, domestic abuse, accident or industrial injury.

Loss which can be from bereavement of from the loss of health, status, job or lifestyle is distressing and this distress can be managed and alleviated with the support of an experienced listener.

Many more challenging conditions are within the experience and expertise of our practitioners.

Whatever is causing you discomfort, distress or suffering please contact us for a conversation about how we can help you.

Life Skills

We are experienced and can support you to develop the skills needed to manage the many stressors of life and be resilient to challenging life events as they present.


What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT as you will often hear, explores the interplay between thoughts, feelings, physical presentations and behaviour.  Gaining an understanding of how this systematic relationship impacts on our mental health and emotional well being allows us to use tools and strategies to alleviate stress and manage distress. There is a very strong evidence base for the effectiveness of CBT in the treatment of all mental health issues.

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Wellbeing Matters

Please contact us with any questions or to talk about how we can best meet your needs.

Ayr & Glasgow

01292 282305


Weekday, Evening and Weekend appointments available.