Hannah Airey


As an Integrative counsellor, I draw on a number of counselling theories, but the cornerstone of my practice is Humanistic.  This means I value you as an individual, with my role being to support you to find a way forward that feels authentic to you. Every therapeutic relationship is unique, there is no defined path or process we will follow. We will set a course together and review our work as we go, to ensure it continues to meet your needs.

Working with me, you can expect a safe, non-judgemental & confidential space. You can expect me to listen and to ask you questions for the purpose of understanding how your experiences impact your life. You will never be asked or expected to share any more than you feel comfortable to.  Together we will pace our sessions in a way that you continue to feel safe and supported.


  • CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling.
  • Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling (acto approved)
  • CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Theory
  • BA(hons) Natural Sciences (Experimental Psychology) – Cambridge

I am committed to ongoing professional development


As a qualified, BACP-registered counsellor, I have supported adult clients, both young and old, from a diverse range of backgrounds, working with issues including depression, anxiety, relationships, loss, self-esteem, sexual abuse and trauma.

I volunteer for a charity providing counselling for survivors of rape and sexual abuse (including experiences in childhood). I feel passionate about offering a space for individuals who have experienced any form of unwanted sexual conduct and enabling an exploration of the impact of these experiences in a safe and supportive environment.

I also support Homestart, a national charity supporting parents of young families. Parenting is challenging and it does not come with a manual. Having volunteered as a befriender with Homestart, I have witnessed first-hand the empowering nature of a supportive, non-judgemental ear – something very much replicated in the counselling process.

Before qualifying as a counsellor, I worked in Human Resources for a large global bank, so I have familiarity working and supporting those in fast-paced, corporate roles.


I offer a free no-obligation initial introductory call of 20 minutes.

Sessions last 50 minutes and are weekly by appointment.

Face-to-face, online and telephone sessions available.

All sessions are £55


Our Rooms

There are five rooms, all suitable for couples or individual Counselling. One of these is large enough to use for family therapy, groups or training workshops. The therapy rooms are furnished with large leather chairs with cushions, solid oak side tables, classic floor and table lamps, plants and framed photos or pictures of landscapes.

Join Us

We are offering qualified Counsellors/ Psychotherapists, Supervisors and Trainers the opportunity to hire rooms.

The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre,
23 Bath Road,
SN1 4AS.

The Therapists

Find a Therapist by the following category using The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre:

Abortion - Abuse - Abuse: Emotional/Physical/Sexual - Addiction - Adolescence - Adoption - Affairs and Betrayal - Anger - Anxiety - Approaches to Study - Asperger's Syndrome - Attention Deficit Disorder(ADHD) - Autism - Bereavement - Boarding School Experiences - Breastfeeding - Bullying - Calling in The One - Cancer - Career - Challenging Issues in Academia - Childhood - Children - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy(CBT) - Confidence issues - Conflict - Conscious Uncoupling - Couples - Crisis - Critical Incident - Death & Dying - Dependency - Depression - Dissociation - Divorce - Domestic Abuse - Domestic Violence - Eating Disorders - Emotional Health and Wellbeing - Families Coping with Members of their Family with Substance Abuse - Family Breakdown - Fear - Fertility Massage Therapy - Gender & Sexuality - Grief - Health Issues - Homophobia & Discrimination - Hypnobirthing - Hypnotherapy - Identity & Change - Infertility - Insecurity - Intimacy - Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - LGBT - LGBTQ - Life Changes & Challenges - Life coaching - Loneliness - Loss - Love Relationship Coaching - Low Mood - Low Self Esteem - Low Self-Confidence - Men's issues - Menopause - Mentoring/Coaching Managing - Military - Mindful Self-Compassion - Mindfulness - Miscarriage - Neonatal Deaths - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD) - Online Counselling - Pain Management - Panic Disorders - Parenting - Passive Aggressive Behaviour - People & Families with Military Backgrounds - Phobias - Physical Illness and Injury - Play Therapy - Pornography Addiction - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) - Postnatal Depression - Pre and Post Natal - Pregnancy issues - Rape - Rapid Transformational Therapy - Redundancy - Relationship - Relationships - Returning to Formal Education in later in Life - Seasonal Affective Disorder(SAD) - Self Sabotaging Behaviours - Self-Harm - Self-Image - Separation - Service Veterans - Shame - Sleep Problems and Insomnia - - Spiritual issues - Sport-Related anxiety and Stress - Stress - Suicidal Thoughts/Attempts - Telephone Counselling - Time Management - Trauma - Traumatic Health Experiences - Traumatic Life Events - Trust and Commitment - Under Achievement & General Dissatisfaction in Daily Life - Weight Loss - Work Related Stress - Young People -

The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre, 23 Bath Road, Swindon, Wiltshire SN1 4AS
Directors: Christine Fishlock & Heather Garbutt

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