Shari Woolley

Shari Woolley

CBT

Price per session: £125

I am an accredited, skilled CBT and ACT therapist with over 20 years experience. I offer online and face to face therapy sessions supporting people to develop the tools they need to improve and enhance their lives.

Unhelpful thoughts and uncomfortable feelings are a normal part of being human. Sometimes however, we get stuck in painful vicious cycles by reacting to them in unhelpful ways. This doesn’t mean that we are broken, only stuck. If you would like to become unstuck by learning new ways of responding to these thoughts and feelings then maybe I can help you.

I have a lot of experience assessing and treating a wide range of anxiety and mood problems using CBT. I use a range of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and mindfulness tools to enhance and compliment traditional CBT. Over the years I have found this approach to be extremely effective in helping people to recognise and break unhelpful patterns, overcome problems and particularly in preventing relapse.

My aim is to get to know you and your personal values well so that we can, together, understand your main issues and make sense of what’s maintaining them.

If you’re finding yourself hooked by unhelpful thoughts and uncomfortable feelings, a CBT/ACT toolkit can help you manage these differently, empowering you to make the desired changes you need to live a richer, fuller and more meaningful life.

Shari Woolley

CBT

I am an accredited, skilled CBT and ACT therapist with over 20 years experience. I offer online and face to face therapy sessions supporting people to develop the tools they need to improve and enhance their lives.

Unhelpful thoughts and uncomfortable feelings are a normal part of being human. Sometimes however, we get stuck in painful vicious cycles by reacting to them in unhelpful ways. This doesn’t mean that we are broken, only stuck. If you would like to become unstuck by learning new ways of responding to these thoughts and feelings then maybe I can help you.

I have a lot of experience assessing and treating a wide range of anxiety and mood problems using CBT. I use a range of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and mindfulness tools to enhance and compliment traditional CBT. Over the years I have found this approach to be extremely effective in helping people to recognise and break unhelpful patterns, overcome problems and particularly in preventing relapse.

My aim is to get to know you and your personal values well so that we can, together, understand your main issues and make sense of what’s maintaining them.

If you’re finding yourself hooked by unhelpful thoughts and uncomfortable feelings, a CBT/ACT toolkit can help you manage these differently, empowering you to make the desired changes you need to live a richer, fuller and more meaningful life.

Psychology degree
2007: University of York
Post graduate certificate in Mental Health
2008: University of York
Post graduate diploma in Cognitive and Behavioural psychotherapies
2009: University of Sheffield
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