Welcome to Ceris Dawn Counselling

Empowering you to become your authentic self


Counselling can successfully improve your life by helping you minimise anxiety, and identify and change underlying thought and behavioural patterns that contribute to your struggles, providing you with strategies to cope better while restoring an overall sense of peace.

As an integrative therapist using a person-centred approach and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, I aim to help you find clarity, purpose, and strength as you reconnect to your intuitive wisdom and cultivate an unshakeable resiliency that you carry into every challenge.

The person-centred approach can help create a greater sense of vitality as you reconnect with your true, authentic self - helping you become more peaceful, grounded, and confident as you work through the underlying issues.

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With one-to-one therapy, you can explore who you are without judgement. You learn more empowered ways to communicate, develop practices to cultivate self-compassion and confidence and learn practical skills to help you overcome your difficulties and heal trauma

I offer online video and telephone counselling sessions and work with adults across a wide range of issues such as anxiety, self-confidence, bereavement, self-harm, relationship difficulties, work-related stress, domestic abuse and sexual assault survivors – these are just some examples of specific areas.

Discover more about Ceris Dawn Counselling here.

My Approach

By holding a space for you to be genuinely listened to, supported and empowered, I offer a compassionate, empathetic, non-judgemental and client-centred approach, believing you have the skills to overcome your difficulties. Using person-centred therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, I offer both short- and long-term support depending on your needs so that you can achieve your goals and gain a far deeper and more fulfilling understanding of 'self' – to be better equipped to cope with future challenges.

My counselling approach is strongly informed by the humanistic school of psychotherapy pioneered by Carl Rogers (1902-87). In essence, the Rogerian person-centred psychotherapeutic approach is that you, the client, have all the answers to the problems in your life within you and that you can unlock these answers with the help of an effective therapist who listens and who is empathic, authentic and non-judgmental. Once you, the client, hear for yourself, with the counsellor's help, how you think and operate in your day-to-day life, you can make changes that will bring positive benefits.


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My Location

I am an online counsellor based in Telford which is surrounded by areas such as Shrewsbury, Bridgenorth, Wolverhampton, and Newport.

My work is all done remotely which allows me to provide counselling to people all over the world. I hold my sessions online via Zoom or Skype, and offer telephone counselling.

Fees & Availability

Sessions are online via video or telephone at a mutually convenient time. They last 50 minutes and take place on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

Each session costs £50.00. I offer a reduced rate of £45.00 for all veterans, serving personnel, and blue light card holders.

I offer an initial 20-minute FREE telephone consultation.


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 9 am – 8 pm.


If you need to cancel your session, I require 24 hours. Otherwise, you may be charged in full.


Please pay in full prior to the start of your session via online banking.

To book an appointment, please call me on 07566 705102 or email me using the form below.

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Get in touch

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about how counselling works, or to arrange an initial assessment appointment. This enables us to discuss the reasons you are thinking of coming to counselling, whether it could be helpful for you and whether I am the right therapist to help.

You can also call me on 07566705102 if you would prefer to leave a message or speak to me first. I am happy to discuss any queries or questions you may have prior to arranging an initial appointment.

All enquires are usually answered within 24 hours, and all contact is strictly confidential and uses secure phone and email services.


What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

No generally recognised definition of counselling could not equally well define psychotherapy - and vice versa. However, there is some consensus that counselling works more on specific, carefully defined issues, usually over a reasonably short timescale, whilst psychotherapy implies a much broader examination of existential concerns and personal difficulties, possibly over an extended time frame.

What is the BACP?

The BACP stands for The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. The BACP is one of the largest professional membership organisations for counsellors and therapists in the U.K., providing an ethical framework for good practice for counsellors and therapists and information and guidance for people who access therapy.


How do I know I need therapy?

Therapy sessions can help you gain clarity on an issue, change old patterns, untangle complex personal issues, or embark on a journey of self-development. You may seek therapy due to a crisis, or you may be encouraged to seek therapy by family members, friends, or colleagues.

What happens during a therapy session?

I offer a safe space to explore your issues where you can talk openly and freely about any difficulties you face. I use a person-centred approach with solution-focused brief therapy and tailor it to your needs

How long will therapy take?

Therapy sessions are open-ended and can be short or long-term depending on what changes you are looking to make and the variety of issues you are struggling with. On average, most people have six sessions. Regular sessions are 50 minutes long.

Can I do online sessions?

Yes, you can. I work with clients over secure video platforms like Skype, Zoom, or telephone. Online sessions are efficient and convenient if meeting face-to-face is difficult.

How do I get in touch?

Just contact me on 07566 705102 or email. We will have an initial informal 20-minute telephone call where we talk about what brings you to therapy and if you have goals.

How often do I need to see you?

Online sessions via video or telephone, we are expected to have regular weekly or fortnightly contact, depending on your requirements. Though this is flexible, and we regularly review your progress.

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