Guy Snape

Guy Snape

My approach to counselling is based on the humanistic values of compassion, empathy and human connection, backed up by study of recent scientific findings in interpersonal neurobiology and evolutionary psychology. I have always been interested in how minds and brains function and I have a degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence. I am continuing to study how the nervous system throughout the body affects our mental health, in ways that are not directly accessible to the conscious/verbal mind. Before training to be a counsellor I worked for many years as a school teacher and music teacher. I am a member of the National Counselling Society and subscribe to their code of ethical practice.

Areas of experience:

Anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, self harm, self-esteem, attention deficit disorder, borderline personality disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, social phobias, anger management, trauma, adverse childhood experiences, relationship issues, sleep problems


Anxiety, Depression