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Tracey Ann

Tracey Ann Mansfield

Counsellor / Psychotherapist

About Tracey Ann:
Works as Counsellor / Psychotherapist at First Psychology Centre, Edinburgh.

Tracey Ann Mansfield is an experienced counsellor/psychotherapist who works with adults with a wide range of issues and problems. These include: depression and low mood; anxiety related issues such as generalised anxiety disorder, social anxiety and health anxiety; trauma related issues including PTSD; stress; relationship issues; risk taking behaviours; assertiveness; bullying; anger/aggression; physical and emotional abuse (childhood / adulthood); exam stress; gender / sexual identity; thought process issues such as worry, rumination, perfectionism, control issues, and intrusive thoughts; mindfulness; and many other issues.

She has particular experience working with adults who have suffered loss and those with anxiety; self-esteem; and relationship issues.
 

Tracey Ann's way of working

Tracey Ann puts each client at the centre of her work and tailors her therapeutic approach to the needs and preferences of each individual She is able to incorporate a range of different therapies into her client work including: counselling, psychotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), mindfulness, person centred therapy, transactional analysis, Gestalt therapy, narrative therapy, emotion focused therapy, solution focused therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.
 

Tracey Ann's background and experience

Tracey Ann has worked with individuals experiencing difficulty and distress in a range of settings including: a residential setting, in the voluntary sector, and in private practice.

She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling - granting eligibility for membership with BACP and a Graduate Diploma in Counselling Skills. She is currently undertaking a child counselling course.
 

Tracey Ann's fee

Tracey Ann charges £60 per session for self-funded clients. She also works with clients referred via their employer / organisation – for further details, please visit First Psychology Assistance.
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