Martin Innes

Cognitive Behavioural Therapist

Martin offers counselling face-to-face.

Martin is a qualified counsellor working from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach. He can help you to explore unhelpful thoughts and behaviours that are difficult to live with.  He offers an empathetic space to bring what you feel is affecting you by discussing your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. so that you can develop together an alternative way of thinking and behaving. Working together in the session Martin will offer you skills and techniques to work with outside the counselling room.

Prior to becoming a counsellor, Martin was a youth worker at LGBT Youth Scotland for nine years. Part of his training as a counsellor included groupwork with NHS workers and LGBT+ students at the University of Strathclyde.  Martin works with people aged 16+.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is good for a range of issues. Martin has experience of working with people to overcome:
• Low self-esteem
• Low Mood
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Panic
• Issues connected to sexual orientation/gender identity (e.g. coming out)

Training and Qualifications

Martin’s qualifications include the COSCA Counselling Skills Certificate and the SCOTACS Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork – A Cognitive Behavioural Approach. He also has Diplomas in Community Education and Gender Studies.  He continues to add to his counselling skills through Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and completed TA101: Introduction to Transactional Analysis in July 2021 for CPD purposes.

Book your appointment with Martin

Sessions cost £45, paid in advance, and last 50 minutes. A limited number of reduced-price
sessions are available.