Counselling / Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a form of talking therapy delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change and/or enhance their wellbeing.

As a trained psychotherapist, Kate’s aim is to help you overcome any problem or emotional pain that you are finding difficult to manage on your own. She will help you resolve these difficulties, achieve your goals and provide you with the tools to ensure long-lasting success. She supports individuals, couples and organisations throughout their entire journey of change.

Kate is passionate about her work and is committed to providing an excellent service for her clients to help them fulfil their overall therapeutic goals within only 6 sessions. She believes that there is no problem that cannot be resolved to your satisfaction and there are no limits to what can be achieved within a cooperative and understanding counselling setting.

Together, you can explore how events of the past, often from childhood, have contributed to your current situation. This process will help you to:

  • Promote emotional growth at your own pace
  • Gain greater self-awareness,
  • Increase your esteem
  • Help you to understand the relationship with yourself and others
  • Create a sense of inner peace
  • Enable you to understand your emotions and
  • Gain more self-identity


As a non-judgemental therapist, Kate provides a safe, confidential and supportive environment where you can talk, express and reflect on any difficulties and feelings that you may find difficult to share with others using a range of therapeutic techniques such as: Person-Centred, Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Gestalt approach. Kate will use the appropriate counselling approach(es) to meet your personal needs and help you understand the root cause of your problems.

She promotes that all work undertaken at her clinic is grounded in evidence-based practice and adheres to the BACP guidelines.

Dump the Baggage

A Therapist’s Guide to Building Self-Esteem and Positive Relationships

Our childhood relationships can have a significant impact on our adult relationships and our self-esteem. Psychotherapist Kate Megase describes how our attachments from childhood can influence our relationships both in our personal and professional lives.

When we have poor self-esteem, it can affect our choices in life and can trigger core negative beliefs of not being good enough.

Dump the Baggage will show you how to improve your self-esteem and let go of your past negative experiences so that your past experiences do not affect your future. Each chapter has an action plan to help you make life changes that will improve your relationship with yourself and others.