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I am a mental health clinician with over 35 years of experience in the helping professions. Over the course of my work, I have developed sensitivity to the deep suffering that many people feel.


Now, in my counselling work, I use this sensitivity to your suffering in a caring and non-judgmental way to understand your distress and the relationship dynamics that brings you in to therapy.


In our work together, I will focus on helping you get to know yourself and cope better and make sense of your life. My goal is to assist you to develop greater mental health through accessing your personal strengths and abilities, knowing more about your relational challenges, gaining insight into your personal dynamics, and creating and investing in a personally more meaningful life.


The approach that I use is Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

Fiona Macleod
Psychotherapist and Clinical Counsellor
PhD in Clinical Psychology, RSW, RCC, CCC

Issues that you may want to address may be:

Anxiety or panic attacks



Relationship issues

Addictions and second stage recovery processes

Family of origin concerns

Poor self-esteem and low self-worth

Workplace upsets

Parenting concerns both in an intact family and after separation

Loss and grief

Feelings of emptiness

Life transitions and major life changes

Trauma and abuse