Ms Kate Linton

Kate Linton

Counselling, Psychotherapy 30039218


  • Fee assured
Fee assured

About me

Welcome to my profile - and thank you for your interest.

I�ve been a Counsellor for 30 years and have a Senior BACP Accreditation, which denotes my depth and breadth of experience. I am highly experienced in short-term and longer, in-depth, therapeutic counselling.

I describe myself as an Integrative therapist.
Core training Humanistic.

I am influenced mostly by Person-centred and Gestalt Therapies.
Other approaches and theories inform my practice: Cognitive Behavioural, Transpersonal, Solution-focused, Attachment theory, Neuro-science

Accreditated by :
BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) Senior accreditation
Approved Adoption Counsellor with Barnardos
BICA (fertility counselling)

What you expect from me:

Respectful empathic attention.
Warmth, Compassion, and Honesty.
Help in working out your therapy needs, whether it be short-term problem-solving or longer-term, more in-depth work.
A creative combination of listening, talking, support, challenge, and encouragement.
A collaborative, trusting, therapeutic relationship.
An opportunity to express yourself free from judgement .

Experience tells me that as a potential client, you�ll be searching for something unique to you. Please feel that you can contact me to discuss any questions that you have, and how I may be able to help you.

When, Where and Who?

Up until the pandemic I worked in two locations; near Westbury in Wiltshire, and in St Andrews, North Bristol. I am still working remotely in both but I am now only seeing clients in person in my Wiltshire practice. At present I am therefore only available on a video-link to any new clients from Bristol or further afield

The room that I work in there is spacious, well-ventilated and set aside for counselling. It is quiet and discreet.

I offer private appointments between 9.30 and 5.00 pm, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. When you first phone me, I�ll suggest that you come to see me for a non-chargeable half-hour, so we can meet and decide whether we'd like to work together.

How long is a session and how many sessions?

We�ll meet for up to 60 minutes, usually weekly; more frequently if necessary. The number of sessions varies according to each individual�s need.

Areas of interest

I work with adults - 18+ years

Particular interests:
Self-confidence, Self-esteem and Assertiveness problems
Distress and Anxiety associated with Infertility, Pregnancy, Abortion, Miscarriage or Still Birth
Employment, Career and Workplace Stress and Personal and Workplace Relationship issues
Loss, Grief and Bereavement
Anxiety, Negative Thinking, Low Mood, Depression and Suicidal thoughts:
Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)
Emotional abuse
Panic attacks
Family issues

Consultant's practices
Information for healthcare professionals

Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)

Procedures completed

  • AA034

    Psychotherapy session - (5-50)

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