Inspire Power

Counselling, hypnotherapy and supervision services

Based in Alsager, Cheshire

AppointmentsDirections

  • Before we begin I like to ensure that we are perfectly relaxed

  • A relaxed environment aids listening and learning and will help to accelerate your treatment

  • Just think of it like going for a chat with a friend

  • Trust me to quickly help to remove any anxiety that you are feeling

  • I have worked with dozens of people from children to elderly and of both sexes

  • Life is too short to spend your time unhappy

About me

Hello, my name is Tracy Anne Bond and I am a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and Supervisor with an integrative approach. After first qualifying as a counsellor in 2007 I studied hard and gained my accreditation with the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) in 2012 and I'm now in my ninth year.

My principles & ethics are based on the guidelines & code of conduct offered inline with the BACP. I am happy to offer a free consultation so we can discuss what you may want from counselling in a safe and private setting based in Alsager, Cheshire.

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