A safe space to share your struggles and find a new way forward
You don’t have to live overwhelmed, unhappy, or distressed. Gracious Therapy provides a safe, non-judgemental environment where you can talk through your challenges and learn to better understand you.
I am here to support you as you take those next steps.
One-to-one online counselling for people who are struggling with their sense of self
When it feels like everything in your life is telling you who you should be and what you should do, it’s easy to lose confidence in yourself and your beliefs, leaving you overwhelmed, unhappy, and distressed.
Sometimes daily life and past experiences can prevent you from living authentically, making you feel disconnected from the things around you that matter most.
Through gracious therapy, I want to support you to better understand who you are and what you need, using approaches that will give you a deeper insight into you, creating a greater sense of peace and harmony in your identity and beliefs.
I provide a friendly, confidential, non-judgemental space that can be tailored to suit people from all walks of life and beliefs systems.
Gracious Therapy was founded by Naomi Sinclair, a qualified counsellor who has held pastoral roles within her faith community.
One-to-one Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Person-Centred counselling for people who are struggling with their wellbeing and mental health.
“I felt valued throughout my sessions, and that what I was going through was important. I left my sessions in a much better place, now able to effectively manage my anxiety. The help that I received was invaluable.
“Naomi has the ability to put someone at ease, there was a great balance of friendly and professional. Knowing we had sessions planned helped me to moderate my mood for the week and sort through my thoughts and feelings to get to the next step.”
“Thank you to Naomi. Her wisdom, reflective listening and support and understanding were amazing! I didn’t expect to feel this different after only a few sessions. I have now started to process my grief and can see light at the end of the tunnel.”