KGillar Therapies offer individualised assessment, formulation and therapy for clients seeking help with a wide range of issues. I work in a client centred way, creating a warm and safe space to explore whatever issues you wish to bring to therapy.

Whatever the reason you are looking for therapy, you will be offered a safe, reflective and supportive space where you can explore the issues that are affecting you.



With increasingly changing work environments and with the current Covid-19 global situation, I am conducting remote online sessions using Microsoft teams, Zoom or Skype.

My office is secure, quiet and private where you can be assured that our sessions will be completely confidential.


We all experience ups and downs in life, sometimes we reach a point where we feel overwhelmed, stressed or stuck, and cannot see a way forward. This is where therapy can be helpful. Counselling and Psychotherapy allows space to reflect, to develop self-understanding and self-confidence and ultimately help you to lead freer, happier and more fulfilling lives.

Whatever the reason you are looking for therapy, you will be offered a safe, reflective and supportive space where you can explore and consider the issues that are affecting you.

I offer a warm and compassionate approach, free from judgment, where you will feel accepted and understood. I believe you have within you the resources for change. We will work together to find a therapeutic approach that works best for you.


KGillar Therapies can offer CBT supervision to CBT trainees, CBT Therapists and group supervision to all health professionals who are working in a clinical capacity.


KGillar Therapy provides teaching, training and workshops to a wide range of professionals and organisations. I have provided workshops and talks on a range of topics relevant to mental health issues and concerns within the workplace.

Employee stress and burnout is an increasingly serious problem. In May 2019, The World Health Organisation (WHO) officially recognised “burnout” as an occupational phenomenon, not a medical condition and has included burnout in its International Classification of Diseases. (ICD-11).

The responsibility for managing staff stress and burnout has shifted away from the individual and towards the organisation. It is vital for organisations to implement and manage an effective burnout strategy that works for its employees.

The material I deliver is evidence-based and links with the theory and practice of clinical psychology, as well as taking into account positive psychological principles. I have provided these services to state and independent schools, as well as professional organisations.

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