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Ray Sydner

Ray Sydner


Qualification: Fully accredited member of ACI

Location: Online

Next Available Appointment: 10:00 25 October 2021

Face To Face

Face to Face






Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy , Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

type of services:

Working with:

Individual Session, Couples Session

Age From:


About me:

Ray Sydner is a qualified Psychotherapist and a graduate of PCI College, holding a Masters in Psychotherapy and Addiction Counselling. Ray strives to provide a comfortable and supportive atmosphere of mutual respect, where clients may express themselves openly and be sure of an empathetic and non-judgemental response. Her approach is ‘integrative’ –which means she draws on a background of different therapies (including CBT and Person-Centred), recognising that no single form of therapy is best in all situations for all clients, and that each one of the many approaches to therapy has value.In this way, sessions are flexible and may be tailored in a way that is most appropriate for each individual client, depending on their particular needs and goals.

Ray has considerable experience in assisting clients in addressing and resolving specific problems such as: coping with crises, dealing with work related stress, improving and maintaining healthy self-esteem, developing and maintain healthy relationships and in general to continue their journey of personal growth.

Ray also continues her personal and professional development by engaging in Personal Therapy and Professional Supervision on an ongoing basis. Ray has a strong interest in education and skill development and when not working enjoys: walking, music and spending quality time with family and friends.

Ray has helped clients will include, but are not limited to:
Addiction and Recovery
Dealing with a loved one’s addiction
Working within the LGBT community
Depression & Anxiety
Recovery from a Narcissistic Abusive relationship
Stress & Low mood
Personal Development and Awareness
Family related problems
Relationship issues and Separation
Health issues
Grief & Loss





Relationship issues

Personal Development


Bereavement / Loss