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21st August 2014 
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Counselling, Relationship Counselling and Psychotherapy in Plymouth, Devon

Welcome to my counselling and psychotherapy website.

Sometimes it can be difficult taking the first steps to make contact with a counsellor. I hope the information that I have provided will encourage you to make contact with me so we can discuss how I may be of help.

Who can benefit and how I work

Whether you are seeking to focus on a specific life event or crisis, or whether you wish to explore long standing issues, I offer a safe and contained space for you to talk about your issues.

My role as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist is to help you understand how past experiences, here and now experiences and worries about the future may be impacting on your life. Together we can think about how you respond to life and explore how you relate to yourself and others. Psychotherapists and Counselllors do not give advice but enable you to make your own choices. You will be able to talk without fear of rejection, criticism or blame.

Some people seek counselling or psychotherapy when they are experiencing difficulties in maintaining relationships or in expressing feelings leading to frustration and upset. Sometimes people come to counselling when they are aware of longstanding issues such as those stemming from childhood.

Somtimes people come to therapy as they wish to understand themselves and others better and see it as personal development.

Most people, at some point in their life, experience emotional stress. Talking with a professional counsellor can really help. If feelings of stress or upset persist you may find it easier to talk to someone impartial such as a counsellor or psychotherapist rather than friends or family about some issues.



Phone If you would like to make an appointment with me, please phone 07792967790 or email me CLICK HERE If I am unavailable to take your call immediately, please leave me a message on my confidential voicemail and I will call you back as soon as I am available.

These are some of the areas I can help with:
Individual and Relationship Concerns. Anxiety. Feeling Low. Self Esteem Issues. Stress. Bullying at Work. Loss and Bereavement. Work Related Stress and Concerns. Facing a problem which is hard to talk about or resolve. Feeling confused, overwhelmed or lacking in confidence.


Or would you like to work on your Personal Growth? Proactively investing in yourself by developing your personal insight can be one of the most valuable investments that you can make.




I am a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited Counsellor and a United Kingdom Register of Counsellors (UKRC) Registered Independent Counsellor. Accredited BACP counsellors have met and continue to maintain BACP’s highly regarded standards of professional training, practice and development. When searching for a counsellor/psychotherapist, BACP accreditation acts as a gold standard.


I have consulting rooms in Plympton and in Plymouth within easy reach of Plymstock, Ivybridge, Modbury, Saltash and the south South Hams area. There is free parking at Plympton and a good bus service from Plymouth. My office in Plymouth is on The Barbican which is easy to get to via public transport, there is also generally plenty of parking available.

If you would like to make an appointment with me please phone 07792967790 or email me CLICK HERE If I am unavailable to take your call immediately, please leave me a message on my confidential voicemail and I will call you back as soon as I am available.



Julia Johnson Individual and Relationship Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Plympton, Plymstock, Plymouth, Ivybridge, Modbury, Kingsbridge, Saltash, South Hams, Devon and Cornwall



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Julia Johnson
Psych BA (Hons),
Adv. Dip. Ther. Coun.
MBACP(Accred)
UKRCP Registered Independent Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
Individual and Relationship Counselling and Psychotherapy in Plymouth, Devon.



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