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Ariel Dunnett
Location: Tranent, Ormiston and Edinburgh
Telephone: 07828 171 797
Email: ariel.dunnett1@outlook.com

Ariel Dunnett I am an Integrative counsellor with a core model of Transactional Analysis and have been practicing for over 13 years. I draw on many different models and theories which I believe offers a flexible and holistic approach to the counselling process. Above all else I aim to offer a safe, warm and non-judgemental environment and relationship where you can feel free to explore your thoughts and feelings.

Being able to look openly and honestly at where we are in our lives is an essential part of our growth and development. It’s your story, and I provide the conditions for you to tell it and to feel heard and understood. My role is to help you explore your thoughts and feelings in a way that supports you to make any changes you may wish to. Talking about how you feel and being heard is at the centre of therapy. Beyond this, it may be helpful to consider unhelpful behaviours, explore fresh perspectives, and different possibilities for change and growth. Working together we can explore where you are now, where you would like to be and how you can work towards getting there.

Professional Details
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling (advanced level) from SCOC & Napier University Edinburgh
Accredited Diploma in Counselling Supervision awarded with distinction from The Centre for Personal Development Liverpool.
Memberships: Accredited Member of COSCA
Fees: £45 per session (50 minutes).
Supervision £45 per 1 hour session & £65 per 1 hour 30 minute session. 
Specialist areas: I provide both short and long term counselling to adults covering many issues including; anxiety, irrational fears and feelings of panic, depression, sadness, emptiness, loss of sense of self, lack of self-esteem and confidence, assertiveness problems, divorce, separation, bereavement, grief, loss, stress, trauma, relationship difficulties and life transitions. I have special expertise in working with people living with dementia and their carers and families of people living with dementia.
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