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Moira is a highly experienced Integrative Counsellor, Clinical Supervisor, Sandplay Therapist and Freelance Trainer.


Training includes:

Advanced PgDip Counselling

Diploma in Supervision

Post Qualifying Diploma in Counselling Children & Adolescents

Certificate in Art as Therapy

1st Level Nurse,

Accredited Alcohol Counsellor

Jungian Sandplay Therapist

Moira has a particular interest in the therapeutic work of children and young people. She has considerable experience working in this field. Before joining the Diploma in Higher Education, Counselling Children and Young People at Simpson House in Edinburgh as a Core Tutor, Moira managed one of Place2Be's National Children's Counselling Services for over ten years. In addition, she established services within Edinburgh primary schools, managing a qualified and trainee counsellors’ team.

Moira runs her private practice, offering clinical supervision, counselling, and Sandplay Therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. She worked at an International Arts Therapies Conference in Latvia and has taught in an inner-city school in Delhi, India. She was previously one of the core trainers with Cruse Scotland, developing bereavement training accessible to all school-based staff in Scotland.


Moira was a speaker at the National BACP Students Conference in London and the National British and Irish Sandplay Conference in Glasgow. She also presented at the Joel Ryce-Menuhin Memorial Service in London.


Having a particular interest in the healing power of Jungian Sandplay, Moira spent two years training with BISS (British and Irish Sandplay Society). She is now working towards her ISST membership. (International Society of Sandplay Therapy).

Rachel is a highly experienced Integrative Counselling Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor and Freelance Trainer.

Training includes:

MA Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy

PgDip Counselling

Diploma in Supervision

Diploma in Training and Development

Outdoor Therapy Practitioner

Rachel is an experienced service manager and has was the founder of Headroom, a charity providing counselling and youth services for children and young people in the Fife area of Scotland.

Rachel is an experienced children's and young people’s counsellor who works systemically with families. 

She owns The Wellbeing Academy (, whose services include:

  • consultant psychotherapy for parents, carers, teenagers and adults online. 

  • pupil and staff counselling as well as supervision in partnership with High School of Dundee and St Leonard, St Andrews.

  • CPCAB Level 2 Counselling Skills, Level 3 Counselling Studies and Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in partnership with Astranti Connect.


Rachel also works for Barnardo's as a consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist providing consultation, training and therapy for children, young people. carers and social workers.

Rachel has written a series of articles for the BACP Children and Families Journal.


During the lockdown, Rachel and her son Sam produced a live weekly Podcast called Parent-teen Connection.

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