Rosemary Dossett

MA (Counselling), UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Supervisor

Paula Cornes

Counsellor/ Psychotherapist Dip (Couns) Reg MBACP, Relationship Therapy Level 5, Hypnotherapist Dip Hyp Reg GHR, Certified Hypnobirthing Practitioner Dip Reg GHC

Katie Woods

Dip Couns, Reg MBACP

Estelle Linney

BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation, PGCert, PGDip (Dist), Clinical Counselling,MBACP, MCIEEM.


Why consider counselling?

Counselling is a very effective form of ‘talking therapy’ that can help with a wide variety of issues. Counselling offers help to people going through a period of emotional or psychological distress and confusion which is hindering their normal capacity to manage their lives more effectively. It is a well established and clinically proven form of psychological help that can help to address the following issues:-

  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Children
  • Bereavement
  • Confidence
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Employment worries
  • Family
  • Identity
  • Loss
  • Managing Change
  • Mental Health
  • Panic Attacks
  • Personal Development
  • Self Harm
  • Stress
  • Terminal Illness
  • Self Esteem
  • Suicidal feelings
  • Relationships


How does it work?

Counselling is an opportunity for you to talk to a professional therapist to help you understand yourself and your situation. This might involve reflecting on your life experiences and your responses to new ones. The counsellor will also help you to identify what changes in life style could reduce any distress you feel, and to support you as you consider how to do this. Depending on what you are able to share, the counsellor works with you to explore how you can progress towards living in a way that is more satisfactory and resourceful for you. Although the counselling offered is primarily non-directive and non-advisory, in some situations you may want more positive guidance from specific information and advice. The counsellor will suggest how this might be obtained


How Does Counselling Work in Practice?

Counselling takes place in a private setting so that you can feel free to share your concerns in confidence. In the initial session, you will be able to talk to the counsellor to clarify the areas that you want to cover together. The counsellor will suggest the number of times you might need to meet to achieve your objectives. Each session is 55 minutes, normally at the same time each week. Depending on how things work out, you may wish to take short breaks in the process to work on issues that have emerged for you, returning later when you are ready to do more work.

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About Rosemary Dossett

Rosemary Dossett has 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist/counsellor in private practice and within organisations. She is accredited by the UKCP as both a psychotherapist and a supervisor.  She is also a Trainer and Lecturer in Counselling for the Diploma in counselling. Rosemary has a wide set of skills ranging from psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, EFT, visualisations, CBT, NLP and is able to create a safe and supportive environment where therapeutic change is possible.


About Paula Cornes

Paula has worked for several years as a counsellor for Organisations, Charities and Private Practise. She is experienced in working with clients who have feelings of sadness and worthlessness, anxiety, grief, stress, low self esteem and lacking in confidence. Paula believes that the relationship between client and counsellor is key to helping you discover your strengths and inner resources.

Paula is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and works in accordance with the BACPS ethics and guidelines.


About Katie Woods

Katie is a qualified and compassionate counsellor, with experience of working with adults and young people.
Since her early teens Katie has held a strong desire to help people through the difficult times in their lives, having experienced trauma first hand when she was 14 years old.
Empathy is very important to Katie, acknowledging that everyone is different and striving to understand the individual. Katie supports others sensitively and responsively.
Katie understands that the Therapeutic relationship between the counsellor and client is key and tailors working together to each individual. To have someone who you are able to relate to is extremely valuable.
Katie is experienced in working with clients who have feelings of anxiety, depression, loss and grief, loneliness, low self-esteem, trauma, anger, chronic pain, life changes, personal development, self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
Katie is also trained in suicide first aid ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training).
Katie is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and works in accordance with the BACP Ethics and guidelines.


About Estelle Linney

Estelle is a qualified clinical counsellorprimarily practicing from a Person-Centred Approach to therapy, grounded on the values of empathic understanding, acceptanceand congruence. She is also currently undertaking an MA studying the effects of Dementia on Adult Carers.

Estelle has worked within the public and private sector for many years, more recently practicing within the voluntary sector providing counselling for adult carers.

She believes in working at the client’s pace and providing a trusting and safe environment to explore ways of understanding feelings and emotions that are causing concern.

Estelle has a special interest and skills set for working with adults caring for individuals diagnosed with dementia or in the early stages of dementia.

Estelle is also a qualified conservationist/ecologist and has many years working within this field. She has a deep belief in reconnecting with nature and how this benefits mental health and general wellbeing.

Together with traditional counselling, Estelle offers eco-therapysessions which, if requested, would be explored further during the initial counselling sessions.

Estelle works with clients who are experiencing feelings of loss and bereavement, stress, anxiety, depression, low-mood, post-traumatic stress, bullying, abuse, health issues,work related problems, self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

Estelle can help you explore and process your difficult thoughts and feelings, supporting you to work them through, finding a way of acceptance and to discover and develop a way to move forward towards a better and more fulfilled and meaningful life.

Estelle is a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and works within their ethical framework. She holds a current enhanced DBS disclosure.


2 easy ways to book an appointment.

    1. Call us on 01925 730123
    2. Use our 24 hour online appointment booking system.

Easy to use and you can specify a time and date to suit your requirements, even request a particular therapist!

Our counselling clinic is ideally located in South Warrington, Cheshire, just 1 minute from J10 on the M56 (View Map) Cheshire Natural Health’s fully trained clinical counselling practitioners treat clients who travel from various locations to use our services, not just the local Warrington & Cheshire areas, including Chester | Manchester | Liverpool | Wirral | Bolton | Northwich | Winsford | Stockport | Wilmslow | Hale | Altrincham | Sale | Macclesfield | Buxton | Wigan | Southport & across the Cheshire & North West region.

Counselling Warrington | Counselling for stress, Bereavement | Counselling for Depression; insomnia | Counselling for Anxiety