Fia Lindley-Jones offers individual counselling and psychotherapy in a face-to-face context to help people explore a number of different issues and challenges. She can work in either an open ended or a time limited way. She uses her integrative training to tailor the approach to what's most useful for each person, believing that there is no one- size-fits-all approach. Fia offers a supportive and non- judgmental environment, believing that the relationship between client and therapist is key.

Fia’s approach is based on the idea that early relationships form a blueprint for behaviour. Understanding these repeating relationship patterns often brings more freedom and choice. She sees the human body as a system that works as a whole and believes that bodily sensations can tell a story the mind has not yet fully grasped.

Fia's areas of special interest are gender and the body, having particular experience working with issues around menstruation and women’s relationships to their reproductive systems. She also has experience of working with depression, anxiety and relationship issues to name a few.

Fia Lindley-Jones B.A. has completed a Diploma in Integrative Counselling at the Minster Centre. She is a registered Individual member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and is working towards accreditation through the UK Council for Psychotherapy and an M.A. in Integrative Psychotherapy. She has also completed training as a neuro-linguistic programming practitioner as well as working as a solution-focused brief therapist for an employee assistance programme.