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Please note that the following practitioners rent rooms at The Wellbeing Rooms and all practitioners have their own individual businesses. Please click the professionals link to contact them directly for information or to book an appointment. The Wellbeing Rooms holds no responsibility for each practitioner in terms of their business, clinical practice, or booking or cancelling appointments.



Family Therapist / Couples Therapist (CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND ADULT)

Qualifications: MSc Family & Systemic Psychotherapy

Regulatory Body: UK Council of Psychotherapists (membership 2011170264)

Association of Family Therapists (membership 2005003)

Location: Bearsden & Stepps, Wednesday & Friday

Jackie has worked with families for over 25 years, for much of that time as a family law solicitor, and now also as a family therapist. As a lawyer, Jackie became increasingly aware of the emotional difficulties her clients were struggling with, during or after separation. There didn’t seem to be anywhere they could go, with their children, for help with this. Before law, Jackie had studied psychology and so decided to train as a family therapist to provide somewhere for families to go and talk about problems they experienced, whether as a result of separation or something else.

Family therapy is useful for many problems and in many situations. Most people are not sure what family therapy is. It is a branch of psychotherapy which is a way of dealing with mental health or emotional issues by talking instead of, or as well as, having medical treatment or taking medication. Most family therapists work for the NHS in adult or children’s mental health services. Jackie works independently which means there is no need for a referral from your GP - you can arrange appointments with her directly.

Family therapists see individuals or people in family relationships. This can be parents with young children or teenagers; it can be adult children and their parents; siblings; couples; adopted children; step families. Sometimes it is one family member who is finding things difficult. Sometimes the whole family is affected. The difficulties might be with communication and/or family relationships; there might be emotional and/or behavioural problems. Sometimes the family do not know what is making things so difficult, but they know they would like things to be different. Family therapy helps people talk about what is happening for them, what they would like to be different and how they might achieve that.

If you are interested in finding out more or making an appointment, please contact Jackie below:

Jackie Young

Family and Systemic Psychotherapist

Ph. 07932 762700





Family Therapist / Couples Therapist 


Qualifications: BSc Nursing Studies, MSc Family Therapy & Systemic Practice

Regulatory Body: UK Council of Psychotherapists, Association of Family Therapists, Nursing & Midwifery Council

Location: Bearsden & Stepps

Eric is a family therapist and registered mental health nurse who provides therapy to families, couples and individuals.

Eric's particular interest is in building attachment and family connection. Separation can significantly impact children and families and finding a story that can allow everyone to find new meaning and opportunities, that can allow them to move forward, can be difficult. Eric is passionate about joining with families to help them in this process in order to create new beginnings to their family’s story.

Eric is a registered mental health nurse and has qualifications in BSc Nursing Studies and MSC in Family Therapy and Systemic Practice. Over his career he has worked within adult mental health, adults affected by homelessness and children and young people who are care experienced. For the last 20 years however Eric has worked within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) with infants, children, young people and their families impacted by a broad range of difficulties.

Eric is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, is a member of the Association of Family Therapists (AFT) and of the UK Council of Psychotherapists (UKCP).

You can contact Eric using the contact email below:



Family Therapist / Couples Therapist (CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND ADULT)

Qualifications: MSc Family & Systemic Psychotherapy, Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Regulatory Body: UK Council of Psychotherapists , Association of Family Therapists, Scottish Council in Social Care
Location: Bearsden & Stepps, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening and weekends.

Amanda is a qualified social worker and Couple and Systemic Psychotherapist. She has worked with children and families for 30 years, spending 20 years of her career working with children in care. 

She has supported the most challenged families all over Scotland and has a particular interest in mental health and families who have fostered or adopted. Amanda has vast experience in working with adolescents but has spent the last five years developing services for younger children. Amanda has twenty years experience of working with neurodiversity and autistic spectrum conditions. Amanda enjoys working with couples to support them in dealing with family challenges. 

Amanda can work with children separately, couples or families living together or apart. At the heart of Amanda’s practice is working with the family in a collaborative way using play, activities and a session style that brings all the family together.

If you are interested in finding out more or making an appointment, please contact Amanda below:

Amanda Jordan

Family and Systemic Psychotherapist


Ph: 07359519287


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