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Cath Glynn


It takes a lot of courage to ask for help when you are feeling distressed. I want you to know that whatever you’ve got going on right now, you do not need to tackle it alone.

Whatever your reason for seeking therapy, exploring your concerns confidentially, with a supportive therapist can help to unravel and make sense of your feelings, challenge unhelpful thinking patterns and ultimately, bring about change and personal growth.

I am an experienced, integrative counsellor and psychotherapist. Clients come to me for a wide range of concerns such as coping with life-limiting illness, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, low self-esteem and relationship issues. I have supported clients who feel they have lost their sense of identity or purpose;who are struggling to adapt to changes in their relationships and families;and who feel overwhelmed by the uncertainty of life.

Every client brings their own set of unique life experiences, beliefs and ways of looking at the world. As an integrative counsellor I adapt my approach to my clients’ individual needs, drawing on different ways of working. Such as psychodynamic approaches which can help us to recognise how our past experiences and relationships impact our present-day relationships, the choices we make and our ways of coping.

At the core of my therapeutic approach is the importance of building a strong, trusting relationship with my clients. I offer an atmosphere that is warm, accepting and compassionate, where you will be heard, understood and your experiences validated.

Finding a counsellor who you feel is the right fit can feel intimidating. For this reason, I offer an initial, free, no obligation call of 20-minutes during which we will discuss what you would like to gain from therapy and answer any questions you might have.

I work in-person with young adults (18+) through to older adults and the elderly, at The Eaves in Godalming. I offer both short-term (focussed) therapy or open-ended (long-term) therapy, dependent on individual needs and goals.


As well as working in private practice, I am a volunteer counsellor at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice supporting patients and their families to deal with issues of loss, bereavement and the challenges of living with, or caring for someone with, a life-limiting illness.

I also have a further special interest in helping women navigate life changes during perimenopause and menopause. As with many other life changes, menopause can bring feelings of grief;loss of identity and confidence;anxiety;and feelings of hopelessness, to name a few.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • FdSc (Integrative) Counselling, University of Greenwich
  • Levels 1-3 in Counselling Theory and Skills, Guildford College
  • BA (Psychology & Philosophy), University of Sydney
  • DBS checked

Memberships & Accreditations


  • £70 per 50 min session


  • None