Graeme Scott is a BACP Member Counsellor and has been working in mental health for over 5 years having previously had a career in financial services in London. Trained in person-centred, existential, cognitive and psychodynamic modalities of counselling, Graeme uses an integrated approach in his practice.

He has worked as a counsellor in a variety of settings including a number of charities and the NHS. Graeme continues to work with the SOLVE Mental Health Charity as a counsellor and a suicide crisis call operator.

Amongst other things, Graeme has worked with clients who have had difficulties with addiction, grief, trauma, abuse, lack of self-confidence, self-harm, abandonment, poor physical health, stress, work burnout, gaslighting, and conflict.

Graeme strongly believes that humans have an innate desire to be the best they can be and works with clients to better understand their motivations and the unconscious obstacles in the way.

Interest/Specialties:

 

Graeme has a keen interest in trauma and the impact it has on default cognitions as well as its interplay with a number of mental health diagnoses.

Graeme is also very interested in psychoeducation as knowledge can be empowering and help underpin and future-proof the work undertaken by the client during therapy.

Graeme has a particular interest in adoption and has worked closely with adoptees, adopters, parents who have chosen to have their child adopted and those who have had children mandatorily removed.

Qualification:

BACP Accredited Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Why Recovery Through Nature (RTN)?

 

I love RTN’s unique holistic approach. RTN understand that a ‘one size fits all approach’ to mental health care is not always best for the client. They are able to tailor their mental health solutions according to the business and / or the individual they are working with. By working with the whole person, RTN helps to empower, support and educate the client which I believes provides a greater foundation for enhanced mental wellbeing. This aligns with my own ethos as a mental health practitioner.

Working with RTN also gives me the opportunity to work with a dedicated and talented team of mental health professionals.