About Craig

Integrative counsellor and psychotherapist, using yoga with anxiety, depression and overall wellbeing. Helping you, help yourself through movement, mindfulness and talking. I'm part of the LGBT+ community and identify as cis gay man using he/him pronouns.
Open minded
Nature lover


Craig's Rates


£40.00 (Individual)


£40.00 (Individual)

Get to Know Craig

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

Initially my intention to become a therapist was to help others. That is still a big motivator for me, however I’ve come to understand that it goes a little deeper and is a little more self-centred. I ultimately wanted to understand myself more. Coming to this realisation did feel somewhat selfish, but I’m realising that the more I know myself, the better I can help others.

Why do you think integrative therapy is the most effective form of therapy?

I believe that human wellness is multidimensional. No singular event, element or experience of living can truly cause wellness or suffering. It’s a complex interplay between various factors which make up our experience of life. With this in mind, there can be no singular therapy and counselling service that can heal all. There can be no singular psychological approach which is capable of explaining the complexity of the human experience. This is why my approach is integrative and holistic, with a collaborative style that pulls in ideas from various models and ideologies.

How would you describe your therapy session & approach?

We will build a therapeutic relationship together which will serve you in the best possible way. I will be there to walk alongside you on your path of self-discovery and healing. I believe we all have the keys and knowledge to unlock those parts of ourselves we have barricaded up and bring healing into our lives.

What are your Top 3 professional achievements so far?

Continuing to learn and exploring the world of counselling and psychotherapy through many different lenses. Like how yoga, breath work and mindfulness can play a beneficial role to therapy and wellbeing.