Wendy-Jane Gray Counselling
Wendy-Jane Gray

Wendy-Jane Gray

BSc (Hons), MSc, PG Dip, CPsychol, MBACP,
HPC Registered


A Sensitive, Non-Judgmental Approach

Serving clients throughout the northern half of Surrey, Wendy-Jane Gray offers a counselling/psychotherapy service that encompasses a range of treatments proven to help those whose minds are troubled.

The causal factors in cases of psychological upset are many and varied. They could include relationship issues (including domestic violence), bullying or general stress in the workplace, bereavement, or a number of age-related matters. Sometimes the symptoms are more deep-seated, their origin perhaps lying in issues such as childhood sexual abuse or trauma, or there is evidence of clinical conditions such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. The sufferer will often exhibit negative signs of a turbulent mental state, others may attempt to cope through alcohol or substance addiction, eating disorders, panic attacks or obsessive compulsive behaviour. It is crucially important, therefore, that treatment to bring relief should only be administered by a fully competent and qualified professional.

With over 20 years experience in her profession, Wendy-Jane Gray is able to make an accurate assessment of each client's underlying problems and consequently plan the optimum treatment that should be delivered.

“I’ve had plenty of experience in the three main fields of psychology, psychotherapy and counselling,” says Wendy-Jane. “From these primary disciplines a number of specific therapies can be devolved (cognitive behavioural therapy is one example) that are designed to target and deal effectively with particular conditions.

“In general, however, the impetus will be to identify the problem, work through it with the client in a warm, relaxed and non-judgmental relationship, and help them to perceive the situation in a different light.”

Of course, every case is different and for some patients the way ahead through what may be a particularly dark tunnel could call for long-term treatment. On the other hand, some cases may be successfully resolved after a relatively short period of time. The important thing is that the therapist can determine which mode of treatment, and its length, is most appropriate.

If you are currently experiencing any of the problems described above, any other symptoms of disturbance, or even if you just feel generally unhappy or anxious and you’re not sure why this is so, why not get in touch with Wendy-Jane for an informal chat in the first instance. Sessions are held regularly throughout the week at her practice premises, where a safe and supportive ambience is assured, and are typically of 50 minutes’ duration.

Making contact online or simply picking up the phone will take only a few moments of your time but may turn out to be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.