I can make a real difference

If you’re feeling low, sad, worried or concerned then all you may need is a safe, private place to talk it through and the right person to listen.

A trained, qualified and highly experienced person-centred counsellor,  I work in a very gentle and “gimmick-free” way to help you find your own solutions.

How might I help you?

I have experience of working with clients with all sorts of issues, including

  • Bereavement & loss
  • Depression
  • Domestic abuse
  • Sexual abuse

I  also work to help those trying to make important and often life-changing decisions, such as career or lifestyle choices.

Working to strict standards of confidentiality I maintain no records or notes about the content of our sessions or their outcome. Any information you provide will be maintained in strict confidentiality and in line with the BACP Ethical Framework.

My aim is for you to feel much better about yourself, the future and your place in it.

Clients tell me that I have helped them to work towards a much more positive approach and a happier way of living. Please check out my testimonials and see how I have successfully helped others overcome problems in their personal and professional lives. Dealing with a broad range of personal challenges, I am confident I can help you to approach and overcome issues you are facing.

Where can I find you or get in contact?

My name is Marianne Pinnock and I see clients in person at various locations in Gwynedd and anywhere by Skype or phone. If you prefer to use another contact/communication method, please just let me know.

My aim is to help people overcome  some of the most difficult challenges they face in their lives. If you need some assistance and counselling, no matter how trivial or enormous your needs are, I am here to help and provide the help you need.

Please contact me today and together we can pave the way forward for your better future.

A registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists), I work in accordance with their ethical guidelines.  For information about these guidelines and the counselling process in general, please visit the BACP website