Ross Hyslop PG counsellor MBACP
I’m passionate about helping people of all ages with the issues associated with mental health.
The difficulties faced by grief, loss and the challenges faced personally with addiction and working with families to assist the process of recovery.
My expertise does not lie in helping you to learn more coping skills or how to have more life balance.
My expertise lies in helping you to discover the root cause of things that are blocking you from being your best, by helping you identify scripts of the past and learning to make the connection between past events and current behaviours.
Once you make this connection, I help you write a new script. When you have this new script, there is no need for coping mechanisms and self-help books because now you are connecting with your true self again.
My style of approach has been formed over almost 3 decades, and has an eclectic approach to one-to-one and group work and draws from a deep pool of experiences and influences.
You Deserve to Feel Great. I’m Here to Help.
My name is Ross Hyslop, I began my journey of personal recovery in 1993
This lead me to a career as a counsellor, I qualified in 2008 and am a member of the British Association of psychotherapists.
I have worked within primary schools providing play/art therapy, and within secondary schools working with anxiety.
I have also delivered solution-focused brief intervention therapy to young people between the ages of 10 and 18 years, affected directly or indirectly by substance misuse.
I have run my private practice since 2011, and my latest challenge was managing a 23-bed residential rehab for alcohol and substance misuse.
- 2008 Qualified to Post Graduate level in C.B.T, Psychodynamic & Personal centred.
- 2010 I spent several months in the U.S.A studying Neurofeedback.
- 2013 Was amongst the first in the World to train, and deliver training in Havening.
- 2014 became a certified coach. – Studied Personal construct psychology – Trained in family constellation therapy and implemented a behavioural change model within a residential rehabilitation setting. “ Recovery –To Recover that which has been lost within you –”