CCTT, 19a Sturton Street, Cambridge, CB1 2SN, 01223 577388

Cambridge Complementary
for therapies and treatments.

Be well.

Lalage Grace Harries PG Dip MSc MBACP (Reg)

Book a session with Lalage:
07799 268415

Counselling, Psychotherapy, Clinical Supervision

About Lalage

Since completing counselling qualifications in 2007 I have been working as a counsellor and psychotherapist in medical settings, including a GP practice and hospice. I have also managed therapeutic services, provided group and individual supervision and acted as safeguarding and child protection officer for several national charities.

I provide training to other therapists and mental health professionals, on counselling online, safeguarding, working with young people and other topics.

In addition to my private practice, I have managed counselling services at Centre 33 in Cambridge and work as a clinical supervisor, trainer and safeguarding consultant for services around the UK.

As a therapist, I am always humbled by people’s capacity for renewal and recovery from deeply challenging and painful experiences. I see my role as offering the most respectful, empathic, informed and honest therapeutic relationship I can.

Our experiences aren't created in isolation and are always shaped by our context- our family, our home, the beliefs that surround us.

Since training, I have also completed an MSc in Psychiatric and Psychological Anthropology, giving me further skills to work with clients in examining all social and psychological factors which have shaped their experiences.

About Counselling & Psychotherapy

As a fully qualified and experienced Integrative therapist and registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists, I offer a relaxed and supportive space to talk.

Whether you are looking for brief, focussed approach or to work for longer on deeper issues; I can provide a safe, professional environment to explore your concerns.

Counselling and psychotherapy are often called ‘talking treatments’ because they tend to involve talking about your thoughts, feelings, experiences and beliefs.

We often form patterns of behaviour at an earlier point in life and continue with them long after they have stopped being useful to us and may now harm or distress us.

Through weekly sessions with a trained therapist, you can develop a greater understanding of yourself, your choices and behaviour and hopefully come to make choices which will make your life work better for you.

By meeting with the same therapist each week, you work to create a ‘therapeutic relationship’ together. Many studies over decades have shown that it is the therapeutic relationship, and the trust, acceptance and shared understanding created in it which is the most significant factor in improving mental health and well-being for people.