Debbie Johnston
BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, SCOTACS Certificate in Supervision in Practice, SCOTACS Diploma in Counselling & Groupwork - a CBT Approach, SCOTACS Certificate in Advanced Clinical Skills, COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills

Hello, my name is Debbie Johnston and I am a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist practicing here at The Centre of Therapy. I am able to offer Therapy on an individual basis and Clinical Supervision to other practitioners of CBT.

I understand that coming for therapy can be a bit scary or daunting. And even if you have been before, meeting someone new can be challenging especially if you’re feeling out of sorts. You may be feeling overwhelmed by life, stuck in recurring patterns, lost or unable to cope.

By taking a step back from your difficulties, together we can explore and try to understand your problems from different angles and look at how they are affecting you. In time, this will enable you to develop your own resources and through exploring other options, find solutions to overcome short-term and long-term difficulties.

You decide what is right for you and I will do everything I can to support you. Sometimes we spend so much time meeting other people’s needs that we forget about our own. Choosing to come for therapy is about caring for and prioritising your own needs, and allowing yourself ‘you’ time and space to work things out.

As well as being a therapist, I am currently working as a Course Tutor on the Diploma in CBT and Groupwork and on the CBT Toolkit. I also provide Clinical Supervision to students on the Diploma courses. I am fully qualified, insured, and hold an up to date PVG. I am a member of 2 professional bodies - BABCP and COSCA and abide by their codes of ethical practice at all times. I attend regular Clinical Supervision and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to ensure my skills are kept up to date. I am also the Branch Liaison Officer of the Glasgow Branch of the BABCP.

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