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Sean Cowan (MBACP)


  • Post Graduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling
  • Accredited Counsellor: Alcohol Focus Scotland

It is my conviction that every individual is unique, that we are all striving forward, to gain an understanding of ourselves. As an experienced counsellor I can offer you a safe place where you can be heard and start to explore more effective ways of dealing with the feelings that are troubling you.

My personal journey began many years ago when I worked with a counsellor in my home. At the time I was unable attend an external counselling practice due to my ill health but it was, and still is, difficult to find a counsellor that makes home visits. My counsellor offered me a safe space where I could explore myself without judgement or worry, a space I had never had before. I very quickly recognised how important that was for my personal development and with this in mind, began my training in order to provide the same service to others.

I am passionate about providing realistic access to counselling. I can work with my clients from my private practice, provide home visits or organise a room at a place of their convenience. If you feel you could benefit from counselling but there is something that is holding you back, please contact me so we can discuss your options together.

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Dolina Grant

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling
  • Member Of COSCA
  • BA (Hons) Social Sciences

I work currently in a GP surgery counselling clients on a wide variety of issues which includes working with people who are experiencing divorce bereavement, grief, illness, loss and changes in their circumstances.

I also work in the specialised area of addictions.

I previously worked with clients who sought counselling for issues relating from sexual abuse.

I have experience of working with young people.


07756 555 652 or 01463 719061

It changed my life, it has given me the ability to cope with any issues that come up and I am slowly getting my life back on track.

I have had several ‘light bulb moments’, during my sessions which has helped me to piece my life experiences together. It has been difficult at times but now, each day is a new beginning. I feel part of my family now and I am beginning to enjoy the simple things in life.

That first session was hard. To take that step into the counselling room and talk about myself. It got easier and now after several sessions I am able to face life head on.

My life has a new meaning, every day I wake up and I feel freer to enjoy my day to day life.

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I had no connection with my emotions. I have been drinking for years and I lost myself. My counselling has taken me on a ‘rollercoaster’ ride. It has been a dark/light journey. Now, I am beginning to live a life that feels more meaningful. I am enjoying this ‘moment’, beginning to look to the future…not sure what it looks like though?

All my life I have never been in control of my own path. I had experienced very difficult moments. I had just buried them, hoping they would disappear. My sessions were very slow at times, I needed that though. Now, I am gaining some sort of connection with my past.

My life was weighing me down. I felt I was carrying a heavy weight on my shoulders. Through my counselling I am beginning to feel lighter, as I learnt to talk through my problems rather than bottling them up inside. Now, I am able to cope better with my very hectic lifestyle.

I did not believe in myself, no one was listening to me. I felt I was invisible to my friends and family. At last, I have my own place each week, to talk through my thoughts and feelings. The only time in the week that is just for me…I am now more trusting of myself.