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Jenny Charters
Counsellor in Glasgow - Registered 4+ Years

Registered Counsellor Jenny Charters
1/1 The Connal Building, 34 West George Street
G2 1DA
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  • Individual £40 - 50 minutes
  • Couple £50 - 50 minutes
40% of enquirers became verified clients

Working Hours

  • Mondays11am - 8pm
  • Tuesdays10am - 6pm
  • Wednesdays10am - 7pm
  • Thursdays2pm - 7pm
  • Fridays9am - 5pm

Issue Covered

  • Abuse
  • Alcohol Dependence
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Depression
  • Panic
  • Relationship Problems
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Harm
  • Stress


  • Counselling

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4+ Years Post-Registration Experience

Hello. I am Jenny Charters. I'm an accredited and registered counsellor - I support individuals and couples with their emotional health. I have private and voluntary sector experience as a counsellor. My interest includes relationship problems, and the particular challenges experienced by women.

What to Expect

An initial assessment meeting helps you to see if you are comfortable with me, share what concerns you, ask questions, understand confidentiality, and decide if therapy could benefit you. Please use a contact option on the right to book an introductory assessment meeting in Glasgow.


Counselling centres on listening to you, and supporting you. You decide what issue concerning your early years or adult life you explore. An objective of counselling is to enable you to speak about a difficulty and discover a way forward which is right for you.

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) (England and Wales) recommends counselling for depression.

Thoughts on Mental Health

People have an amazing ability to find ways to survive, even in the most difficult circumstances. The fact that you are here, reading this, means that you have survived whatever it is that you have had to live through. However, survival techniques, especially ones developed as children, can become habitual ways of being. Although your life situation has changed, you just can't switch off from the way of being that got you through the difficult times. Young people subjected to abuse or trauma that they find unbearable to experience often survive by developing the ability to dissociate from their feelings. That helps, because whatever is happening to them seems as though it is happening to someone else. If you did this as a young person, you may have found that, now the situation is in the past, you can't just switch your feelings back on, or if you do get feelings back, you can't control them. You may self harm either because you feel deadened and would rather feel something than feel nothing, or you may begin to be aware of your feelings, which you can't bear, but don't have the means to soothe yourself. In that case, self harm can be a way of coping when the feelings are too bad to bear.
Read More: Therapists explain common causes of self harm
Sometimes words can hurt more than actions. To practise combating stigma, try the "I, you, he/she" challenge. Think of a comment about another person. Let's take obesity, a common issue. Which words describing obesity might you use if you were talking about yourself or a friend, who you don't want to hurt ("I am..." or "you are...")? Which words might you use speaking about someone else, who you're not close to ("he/she is...")? Then imagine how it might feel to be described that way. How prized and valued would you feel? Words are powerful, for good or bad.
Read More: Time To Talk Day 2015: Ten things you can do to help combat stigma

Qualifications Timeline

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited (MBACP Accred) Counsellor (Registered since November 2013)
Graduate Diploma
University of Strathclyde (UK)

Jenny abides by the Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Location Detail

My Consulting Address is in easy reach of

Glasgow, Port Dundas Business Park, Saint Rollox Business and Retail Park, Dixon Blazes Industrial Estate, Cowlairs Industrial Estate, Springburn, Pollokshields, Rutherglen, Govan, Partick, Cathcart, Pollokshaws, Whiteinch, Muirend, Giffnock, Glasgow East Investment Park, Shettleston, Springboig, Lumloch, Millerston

Nearest Train Stations

  • Glasgow Queen Street (0.1 miles)
  • Glasgow Central (0.3 miles)
  • Argyle Street (0.5 miles)
  • High Street Glasgow (0.5 miles)
  • Charing Cross (Glasgow) (0.7 miles)
  • Anderston (0.7 miles)
  • Bellgrove (1 miles)
  • Exhibition Centre (Glasgow) (1.2 miles)
  • Duke Street (1.6 miles)
  • Pollokshields East (1.6 miles)

Wheelchair access: No

Updated 02 November 2017

I am currently not taking on new clients

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