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.



Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (ADULT 18 years +)
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling & Groupwork
Regulatory body: British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (171080)

Sandra Small is impassioned to motivate and guide you on a therapeutic journey of cognitive and behavioural transformation. This will empower recognition of emotional reactions which can lead to self-defeating behaviours.   As a psychotherapist, she has Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) experience in trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, gender dysphoria, addictions, phobias or any sadness, fear or pain you are struggling with. Sandra welcomes the opportunity to work collaboratively with you whilst supporting your growth in a safe environment. 

CBT is a research and evidence-based talking therapy which can be one of the most effective ways of helping you deal with problems in everyday life and work. CBT focuses on challenging the unhelpful cognitions distortions which influence behaviours and is an effective tool to improve emotional regulation for mental health balance.  

Sandra is regulated by BABCP (membership number 171080). You can reach Sandra on 07852121632 or on email below.



Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (ADULT 18 years +)
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling & Groupwork
Regulatory body: British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (170365) Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland (3669)

Sharon McGinley is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist who also draws on other evidence based therapeutic approaches including Compassion Focused Therapy. She is

registered with the BABCP (membership 170365) and COSCA (member no 3669) as a Counsellor Member since 2017. Sharon set up Mental Health Matters 3 years ago because she was aware that people were struggling with their mental health and wanted someone to hear their story. Sharon is also employed with NHS 24 as a Telephone Cognitive Behavioural Therapist where she works with patients who are presenting with low mood, depression and anxiety.

For the last 4 years she has also worked as an Alcohol Counsellor in an addictions service to assist clients with movement to social drinking or abstinence. The drinking is often a coping strategy for events such as grief. Sharon will support, listen and assist you to explore your difficulties and take small tentative steps to change through providing a safe, caring and unconditional space. Please see her website 'Mental Health Matters' for further information.

Sharon can be contacted either by phone on 07979952920 or via email below.

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (ADULT 18 years +)
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork
Regulatory body: Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland (4438)

Marion Hill is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and draws on other evidence based therapeutic

approaches to suit individual needs, one being Compassion Focused Therapy. She is registered

with the BABCP (membership 171219) and COSCA (member no 4438).

Marion set up Houston Therapy Services with the aim to encourage clients to explore and discover their potential to help them lead the life they want to live. Marion understands that sometimes unhelpful thoughts and repeated patterns of behaviour can keep you stuck. She is warm and compassionate and will create a safe and confidential space to

work collaboratively with you to help unpick, make meaning of and understand your struggles. Marion will teach you techniques and provide you with tools to allow you to make and maintain changes.

Marion’s background is in nursing. Latterly she worked for seven years as a Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurse Specialist providing physical and emotional recovery support and treatment to patients following heart conditions and cardiac surgery. Marion currently works in a women’s centre where she provides assessments and therapy for various psychological presentations including

depression/ low mood, anxiety disorders (e.g. phobias, panic, social anxiety and OCD), trauma related difficulties (including PTSD) and interpersonal difficulties.

Marion can be contacted on 07985 437257 or marionhillcbt@gmail.com

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapist  (child & adolescents, 10 - 18 years)
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork
Regulatory body: COSCA (membership 4563)

Fiona is a qualified CBT therapist who works with children, teenagers and adults who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Her background is in education working with children who have additional educational needs. Whilst studying, Fiona volunteered with an alcohol charity, counselling adults who were experiencing issues with alcohol, to help them find a healthier way to deal with the main problem such as grief, loss of a job or family break-up. Fiona has also worked as a school counsellor in an academy working with children who were experiencing low self-esteem, self harm, grief, family difficulties, and school refusal. Fiona found this to be an incredibly rewarding position as all of these issues can have a harmful effect children's education, but also their future mental health and wellbeing.

Fiona opened her private practice ‘Room to Talk’ in September 2019. Some of the issues she has dealt with are anxiety, phobias, self harm, school refusal and family grief. Her clients age have been from 8 years and above. Fiona is passionate about people and giving hope to those who really just need a quiet, safe space to be listened to.

Fiona has a modern fresh approach to CBT. She is very visual and this helps her clients see what their thinking styles are, what they are stuck with and it gives them an insight into their own behaviours. She has many resources for children of all ages. Fiona has had many clients, and parents, who have seen an incredible difference in their mental health and confidence to move forward with their lives.

Fiona offers an initial assessment, before you commit to CBT therapy. She also offers a 6 weekly review if your child comes for CBT therapy, so that parents can be part of their treatment plan.

You can contact Fiona below or on 07588549945



Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (ADOLESCENTS & ADULT 16 years +)
Qualifications: Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork
Regulatory Body: British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (999675) and British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (00926532)

Anne is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist working across Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire, offering friendly, personalised one-to-one cognitive behavioural therapy sessions, which has been shown to help with a wide range of issues from anxiety and depression to issues with sleep or relationships. 

Anne established Connect Therapy as she is passionate about the big impact that even small changes can make to help you move forward with your life, in whichever way makes sense to you.  She will work with you at your pace to find out how she can help, and where some of the issues you are facing may have their roots. You’ll then work together to help you identify what you'd like to achieve during your time together - taking small steps to where you'd like to be.

She has experience working with a variety of different groups, including University students and people living with addictions, and is particularly interested in working with women around issues with confidence and self esteem. 

She works with clients aged 16 + and can offer both face to face and online sessions for assessment and treatment.

Anne is regulated by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapists (BABCP).  

Get in touch with Anne via her website (www.connectpsychotherapy.co.uk) or email anne@connectpsychotherapy or call 07720054782 



Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (ADOLESCENTS & ADULTS 13+ YEARS)
Qualifications: BA (Hons) Psychology, Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Regulatory Body: Accredited member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (1002423)

Jenna is a cognitive behavioural psychotherapist who grew her experiences through working in various fields such as the third sector and within educational platforms. Jenna has worked closely with the NHS in previous roles and now works as a Senior Therapist overlooking a general adult psychiatry programme, delivering group and one to one sessions for a leading private psychiatric hospital.

The Progress Tool (TPT) was set up by Jenna in 2018 with the goal to help people rapidly build resilience, confidence, adaptability, resourcefulness and strength. Jenna is a warm, compassionate and kind psychotherapist and she practices these principles within her private

practice of The Progress Tool.

Jenna offers:

*A free 30 minutes informal discussion for anyone who is looking for support and space to outline their difficulties

*Face to face therapy sessions in a private space within The Wellbeing Rooms

*Telephone and online therapy sessions to suit individuals needs and busy schedules

CBT is an evidence based therapy, which takes a practical approach to treating issues and change behaviour. The goal is to change patterns of thinking or behaviours that are behind peoples difficulties, and so in turn help change the way they feel. It is used to treat a wide

range of issues in a persons life ranging from sleep difficulties or relationship difficulties to addictions or anxiety and depression. CBT focuses on the here and now rather than delving into your past.

Jenna provides a collaborative therapy, the goal being to help teach you coping skills so you can deal with specific problems. Jenna takes an integrative approach which is tailored to your specific needs. Jenna offers a compassionate, warm, welcoming and confidential space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings without judgement and to enable you to consider

your goals and improve your wellbeing.

Jenna's areas of specialism are working with adults and young people who have experienced various psychological presentations including anxiety disorders (e.g. generalised anxiety disorder and social anxiety, phobias, panic), depression/low mood, low self-esteem, addiction and self-harm. If there is another presentation that isn’t stated above, this can be asked through an informal chat with Jenna.

Jenna can be found on her Instagram, Facebook and 'The Progress Tool' website below.





Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (ADULTS 18+ years) 
Qualifications: Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Groupwork
Regulatory Body: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) (Registered Member 391998) COSCA Membership (4277)

The key message of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is that the way we think (our cognitions) and what we do (our behaviour) affects the way we feel. It follows that if we want to change the way we feel then we will need to make changes to the way we think and act.

Following your initial assessment, and upon hearing your presenting issue, Karen will work on a treatment plan which she and you can look at together. Working collaboratively on conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression/low mood, stress, and trauma related difficulties, Karen can help to provide useful tools and techniques that will help you progress and heal. Karen aims to provide a safe and confidential space to work through issues and will use other evidenced based therapeutic approaches to suit individual needs, such as compassion focused therapy and mindfulness.

There will be work for you to do by yourself throughout each week and together Karen and you can review your progress. Occasionally, it may be beneficial to use guided discovery, breathing exercises and gentle meditation. This is used only if you are comfortable trying it as Karen understands these things are not for everyone. 

Karen has worked for 30 years as a qualified veterinary nurse and will be working towards using pet assisted therapy in the near future.

Karen provides:

*Face to face therapy sessions in a private space within The Wellbeing Rooms at Bearsden and Stepps

*Telephone and online therapy sessions to suit individuals needs and busy schedules

​Karen can be contacted via her website www.allseasonstherapy.org

or via Email at Karen.Snadden@outlook.comor call 07963102642



Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (ADOLESCENTS and ADULTS)
Qualifications: SCOTACS Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork
Regulatory Body: British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies

Tracy Madden is a BABCP registered therapist who offers face to face therapy to teenagers and adults. Tracy is qualified in CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and integrative practices, and is also

ASIST trained (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). Before becoming a therapist in 2019, Tracy had over twenty years’ experience of working within the secondary education system, as a teacher and a mental health co-ordinator.

As a practitioner, Tracy favours CBT and CFT (Compassion Focused Therapy) but she works collaboratively with her clients to decide upon an approach and treatment plan which suits them,

and helps them to address issues such as: anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship problems and addiction.

Tracy prides herself on her down to earth and pragmatic approach to therapy. She believes that all human beings have the capacity to change, and that compassion goes a long way to facilitating that


To discuss a referral with Tracy, please contact her at therapy@compassionatesteps.co.uk or 07432221425



Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (for children ages 6+, adolescents, adults, parents/carers)

Qualifications: Diploma Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 

Regulatory body:

British Association of Counselling Practitioners

(BACP Registered member no.00922076)

Amanda is an empathic and enthusiastic therapist who tailors therapy to each individual she supports. She draws in many talking therapy tools and strategies in a holistic way to provide a learning environment that promotes the possibility of understanding and change..

Amanda has a passion for neurodivergence and has a lot of experience supporting individuals and families with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Bipolar 1 & 2, borderline personality disorder (BPD) and dementia. She also endeavours to do her upmost to create an approachable alliance with clients to help explore their perspectives in life and identify ways to grow and move forward in their own life journey.

Amanda can be contacted by email at amanda.cbt@gmx.co.uk

Or through her website : amandacbt.co.uk



Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (children 10+ years, adolescents, adults)
Qualifications: Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & Groupwork
Regulatory Body: BACP (individual membership working towards accreditaion 00980833), BABCP (00001000194), COSCA

Asma is a qualified cognitive behavioural psychotherapist who offers counselling to adults, children (10+) and adolescents. Asma is experienced in working with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief and interpersonal relationships.

Asma has a background in education where she has worked with children and young people and continue to teach theological studies voluntarily as a part of a charity in the Southside of Glasgow.  Asma currently works for Lifelink as a part of their Youth Health Service through the NHS. She runs her own private practice as well as offering Cupping / Hijama therapy (outwith The Wellbeing Rooms) as a part of her holistic services.

Therapy requires bravery, vulnerability, and self-love. Sometimes it is the hardest thing you will ever do in your life, but it can be the most rewarding. Asma helps people understand how the stories they have created about themselves impact their lives today, and what they can do to create a new story. The overall aim of therapy is to support you to explore your difficulties in a safe space and achieve the goals that you identify. Her practice is centred on trust, empathy and empowerment.

Asma's approach is to provide clients with a safe and non-judgmental place where they can feel listened to and supported to deal with the challenges they are faced with. Feel free to reach out for a free telephone consultation. Asma welcomes all enquiries and is happy to discuss your needs.

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