Meet Our Team

The Exeter Mind and Body Clinic is the perfect place to start your journey to becoming the person you want to be. Whether you’re suffering from physical pain, anxiety, depression or relationship issues we’re here to help.

Step through our door and enter a calm, supportive and caring environment where you can explore and understand the source of your symptoms. Our team of experienced and skilled therapists is dedicated to helping you to manage your symptoms to bring lasting relief and improvement.

We can’t explain everything here so please call Cathy on 01395 278437 or 07989 564660 if there’s something troubling you and you have yet to find a therapy that really works.  She can advise you who would be the best option for you.

Cathy Towers - Psychotherapy, Zero Balancing, Meditation

Cathy Towers

Cathy works with issues such as:

Difficulty in relationships or communicating feelings in a way that can be heard by others

Past issues affecting present relationships

Work related stresses including overload, stress and feelings of losing grip

Impact of posture, pain or stress on confidence and self-esteem

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Fiona Cockings - Creative Counselling

Fiona Cockings

Finding solutions together on a journey towards your optimum self.

I offer therapy which could also include creative methods such as art and drama.

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Alison Alexander – Hypnotherapist

Alison Alexander Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

Anxiety, Stress, Loss of Confidence and Low Mood can affect any one of us and can have a  profound  impact on our daily lives, relationships, physical and mental well-being. I specialise in helping you get your life back on track by using of the wonderfully therapeutic technique of Solution Focused Hypnotherapy.

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Lou Allen – Integrative Counsellor & Clinical Supervisor

Lou Allen at Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

Registered & accredited member of British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapy (BACP)

As a very experienced counsellor, I am skilled at building warm, safe, therapeutic relationships.

I provide a confidential, supportive counselling service to adults, couples, children, teenagers and families.

I also provide clinical supervision to trainee and experienced counsellors, as well as to people who work in the helping professions.

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Lisa Scarborough - Counsellor (MBACP, Dip Couns)

Lisa Scarborough Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

Are you struggling with an emotional issue or personal challenge? You do not have to face them alone. I am passionate about making a difference to people’s lives and I would like to help you live the life you want!

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Patricia Moroney - Hypnotherapy

Patricia Moroney Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

I am delighted to be able to offer both Homeopathy and Solution Focused Hypnotherapy from the Exeter Mind and Body Clinic in the heart of Exeter

I have had over 23 years’ experience in supporting people through Homeopathy or Hypnotherapy

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Angela Fletcher - Pet Bereavement Counselling

Anglea Fletcher - Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

I focus on supporting people bereaved from the death of a pet or other animal.

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Dave Cordrey - Counsellor

Dave Cordrey

The focus of my work is on helping people to believe in themselves, develop self-confidence and transform their lives. My approach to counselling is gentle and un-threatening, encouraging you to reflect on your life to discover and believe in your own resources.

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Karys Varker - Counsellor

Karys Varker at Exeter Mind and Body Clinic

(MBACP, Dip Couns., MSc Psychology, BSc Psychology)

Do you feel that you could benefit from talking to someone in a confidential and safe environment? Are you feeling alone with what you’re experiencing and feeling, and would you like to be listened to in a manner free from judgement and opinions? If so then I may be able to help you.

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Jacqueline Kareh - Health Detective/Holistic Health Therapist

Jacqueline KarehOften, persistent health problems have a range of intertwined emotional, mental, spiritual and physical causes. Typical examples are back pain, digestive issues, a weak immune system, low energy levels, and allergies.

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