First Psychology Newcastle – counselling | CBT | psychotherapy | coaching

Counselling, CBT, psychotherapy, couples counselling and coaching at First Psychology Newcastle

Our Newcastle city centre psychology and counselling centre offers a range of therapy and wellbeing services including:

  • counselling
  • psychotherapy
  • cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • relationship/couples counselling
  • coaching 
  • therapy for children, young people & families. 

A convenient city centre location

We are centrally located in Leazes Lane, opposite The Trent House pub and close to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI), Newcastle and Northumbria Universities and a short walk from Eldon Square. Our city centre location is easy to reach for those travelling from different parts of Newcastle Upon Tyne and surrounding areas, including Chopwell, Fenham, Gateshead, Gosforth, Granger Town, Heaton, Jesmond, North Shields, Quayside, and South Shields.

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Our team of professionals 

Our team of highly qualified and experienced practitioners come from a range of counselling, CBT and psychology backgrounds and can help with a large variety of issues and problems.

Our team

No need to wait!

We offer daytime and evening appointments and can usually book you in for an initial appointment with one of our team within a week, so once you have decided to come and see us, you can get started on making things better without delay.

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We know no two people are the same and we will always tailor our approach to focus on meeting and understanding individual needs.

We also know finding the right counsellor, psychologist, cognitive behaviour therapist or coach and approach can be confusing and stressful and we are happy to answer any queries you have, or indeed to set up an initial meeting to talk through what might be best for you.

We very much look forward to hearing from you and thanks again for your interest.

Warmest wishes

Ewan Gillon

Professor Ewan Gillon, Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Director

Professor Ewan Gillon, Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Director