Welcome to my web page my name is Sharon Doherty, I am a registered and accredited counsellor and member of BACP and COSCA that abides by both these ethical frameworks.
You can visit my linkedin profile here to see my qualifications, skills and experience.
Should you at any time feel that the level of care you have received falls below these professional standards you can register a complaint at BACP and COSCA.
My passion for counselling adults and young people with a range of presenting issues comes from the challenges I have faced in life and learning to manage and overcome difficult situations.
As a counsellor I have developed a particular interest in supporting clients living with the ongoing physical and mental health issues attributed to an autoimmune condition.
I have consulting rooms in Shotts and Glasgow and also offer a reduced fee for trainee counsellors that require personal therapy.
Family counselling can be a useful place to explore and better understand family dynamics and behaviours.
There are many ways differences between adults and children within your family can show up.
Time in family therapy can be a safe place to explore and identify these differences and begin the process of working together to find an appropriate solution.
I can offer family counselling appointments in Glasgow.
I work with supervisees from voluntary and statutory organisations as well those in private practice to support and expand their edge of awareness as a professional counsellor or practitioner.
I encourage and support reflection and development around; legal issues, safeguarding, theoretical knowledge, ethical dilemmas and development of self awareness.
I offer clinical supervision in Glasgow and Shotts to practitioners from all modalities and offer a reduced rate for trainees that require supervision.
More info about class times and venue coming soon.
Six week introductory course will cover sun salute sequences and some standing postures in preparation for joining another class.
These classes are aimed at beginner/intermediate students and follow the principles of Hatha yoga with the focus of Iyengar teachings. Each class uses precision of placement combined with consistent fluid movement and conscious breath to create a vinyasa flow sequence.
In this yoga practice all postures are aided by props to support the body and encourage the muscles to be passive and relaxed to target deeper release into the fascia. Postures are held for much longer than a hatha class to allow for release and movement and inviting "rest and digest."
One to one
This time is tailored to meet the stage of individual practice by: exploring postures, refining positioning, building strength, improving balance and increasing body awareness.
Practising yoga regularly can help support a range of physical and mental health issues, classes encourage the development of balance, strength and flexibility and aim to increase discipline of the body and mind.
Monday 1pm-6pm (Glasgow)
Tuesday 9am-3.30pm (Shotts, Lanarkshire)
Wednesday 9am-3.30pm (Shotts, Lanarkshire)
Thursday 10am-4pm (Glasgow)
If you need urgent support outside these times you can make use of these services:
NHSGGC Crisis Service - 0845 650 1730
Monday to Friday 20:00 – 09:00
Also weekends and public holidays 17:00 – 09:00
Samaritans - 116 123
Breathing Space – 0800 83 85 87
Anxiety UK - 03444 775 774
Mind - 0300 1233393
Calm - 0800 58 58 58
Papyrus - 0800 0684141
Respect (Domestic Violence/Abuse) - 0808 802 4040
Childline – 0800 - 1111
Young Minds - 0808 802 5544
Crisis text line - text SHOUT to 85258