Works as Applied Psychology Practitioner at First Psychology Centre, Edinburgh.
Fiona is particularly interested in anti-discriminatory practice and matters of equality and diversity including gender, sexuality, women, body image, and equality issues experienced by people with disabilities and people of colour. In addition she has extensive experience working with adults (of all ages) with autism and Asperger's.
Fiona's way of workingFiona offers counselling / person-centred therapy and cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) and tailors her therapeutic approach to meet the needs and preferences of each individual.
Fiona is confident working with people from different cultural and religious backgrounds. She herself identifies as a Progressive Christian.
Fiona's background and experienceFiona has experience working for a number of organisations within third sector and education settings as well as having worked as a therapist in the NHS.
She has an MSc in Counselling Studies (which includes a Post-Graduate Certificate in Counselling) from the University of Edinburgh and a BSc in Psychology from the University of Hull. In addition, Fiona is currently working towards a DPsych in Counselling Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Fiona is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (BPS).