Ms Tracy Williams is a a highly experienced Psychological Therapist / Counsellor currently working in the private sector.
She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Diploma in Substance Misuse and Dependency and a Master of Science in Counselling (Marriage and Family). Ms Williams is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Ms Williams works with adults, young people and their families suffering from a wide range of difficulties, including anxiety, stress, low mood and depression, anger, grief, self-harm, eating difficulties, co-dependency, and addictions including alcohol and drug abuse. She is able to draw on a range of psychological approaches including cognitive behaviour therapy, psychodynamic / systemic therapies, and transactional analysis to meet the individual needs of the patient. Ms Williams also uses compassion focused approaches. She works in a collaborative and goal-orientated way with clients agreeing a plan and then using this to structure and focus sessions.
Ms Williams is described by her colleagues as having a gentle and natural way of building relationships both personal and therapeutically and compassionate. Clinical Partners is pleased to present Ms Williams to our Edinburgh clients.
Addictive Relationship Patterns
Bi-Polar Affective Disorder
Childhood Depression and Anxiety
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Issues
Eating Disorders - General
Finding the Right Partner
Gay Lifestyle Issues
Grief or Loss
Low Self Esteem
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Social Isolation and Loneliness
Work and Career Related Issues
Adoption and fostering
Divorce and Separation
Family Support and Therapy
Fears and Phobias
Friends - issues
Gifted and Talented
Internet and Phone Usage
Parents with Mental Health Issues
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Diploma in Substance Misuse and Dependency
Master of Science in Counselling (Marriage and Family)
Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)