• Mon – Fri
    • 10:00 am – 07:00 pm
  • Saturday
    • 10:00 am – 03:00 pm
  • Sunday
    • Closed

Why Counselling?

We all go through difficult things, that's life, but we don't need to struggle alone. Counselling can help you process trauma, reset behavioural patterns, learn how to accept and value yourself, and it's giving yourself a safe space to explore your thoughts and feelings. 

It is important that we feel seen, heard and understood exactly as we are. Mental-health struggles are invisible, but A small issue can ripple out and effect other parts of our lives, and make us feel overwhelmed. If you are struggling with negative feelings, feeling stuck, overwhelmed and exhausted please seek help.

Before booking with any therapist or counsellor please check they have the qualifications to practice. These are not protected terms, meaning unqualified people can practice with the title. A person with the minimum qualifications should be registered with BACP or another governing body and happy to discuss this with you. 


What I can help you with:

I currently offer integrative talking therapies, tailored and focused to each individual client using a combination of techniques. This allows us to work on whatever is brought to the sessions.

Work towards long & short-term goals, personal growth & positive change you want to see, process traumatic experiences and manage anxiety and discover your ability to cope and inner resilience.


I use a combination of:


  • Person Centred Therapy


  • Cognitive Analytic Therapy


  • Behaviour Modification


  • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy


I am proud to be an inclusive practitioner, and fully welcome anyone with disabilities (visible or invisible), neuro-diversity and LGBTQ+. 

Sadly, I am not magical, I cannot offer a quick fix to a deep routed issue. Therapy is often difficult, uncomfortable and scary. I cannot do the hard work for you, but I can offer a guide, companion and a confidential space to work through your issues, and a tea, coffee or cold drink. 


I work with but am not limited to:

I work to manage the symptoms of mental health issues such as: 






Personality Disorder 



Suicidal thoughts

People who have experienced loss and are struggling with grief

People who are full time carers for a loved one or child who is disabled or terminally ill

People who have chronic illness or are struggling with their physical health

People struggling with self-acceptance or acceptance of a loved ones choices


Goal setting, mentoring and personal development

People who struggle to make positive changes 

People who don't feel like they fit in or have a place

People experiencing sexual issues

People struggling to cope or manage with the effects of Autism 

People who want to break cycles of bad relationships with:




Romantic partners


Anyone who needs to talk, and wants to feel seen and understood

About Me

Kelly Greenhalgh (BSc (Hons), MSc, MSc)
Pronouns: She/her

I am currently based in Llandudno, North Wales, where I both live and work, and I have studied Psychology and Counselling to Masters Degree level (MSc Forensic Psychology & MSc Counselling).
 I have over a decade of experience in the field of mental health, working privately and with the NHS.  I specialise in behaviour change and modification, anxiety management, and various other challenges individuals face. I love people, and I want to know your story, I want to come with you to the dark places and work to build the strength to overcome what is holding you back. 

My experience and expertise so far have led me to working closely with individuals with Autism, Chronic illness, Anxiety and parents of children with disabilities. 

 As a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, I am proud to be a Registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and wholeheartedly adhere to their practice and ethical guidelines. 
I have an Integrative approach, which means I believe in tailoring my techniques and methods to meet the specific needs of each client. Together, we focus on the issues that are important to you. I recognise that every person is unique, with distinct goals, needs, experiences, and traumas. Hence, I firmly believe that a one-size-fits-all approach does not work. I assist my clients in achieving their goals and equipping them with the necessary techniques, tools, and resources to continue progressing independently.

If you want to work on yourself in a confidential, welcoming and judgement free space reach out to me to discuss your individual requirements, send an enquiry online, an email, call or text.

What To Expect

A warm and welcoming environment, with the space to explore your reasons to attend therapy. The counselling room is made accessible to everyone with parking, a ramp, lift and accessible toilet facilities all available, and I will meet you in the entrance. For anyone using a wheelchair, I'm happy to give measurements of the entrance and door ways before the appointment. 

The first session will start with formulation, where we can discuss the issues you want to bring to therapy, and what intervention will work best for you. This is a collaborative process and you have control over what your therapy will look like. We will be getting to know each other, asking questions and building trust. 


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