Malcolm has been counselling for 12 years, having completed his Diploma in Christian Counselling at CWR Waverley. His clients come with a variety of problems such as, relationships, depression, bereavement, drug and alcohol misuse, low self-esteem, anger management and sexual and spiritual difficulties.

Malcolm has worked for the local Education authority, working in schools specializing in family therapy and behaviour change.

Malcolm is a trained Counsellor providing Well Formed Outcome Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

He seeks to provide a professional counselling service by providing a safe place where the client has the opportunity, in a non-judgemental and confidential environment, to explore and discuss a more satisfying and resourceful way of life

Malcolm believes that it is essential to look at the individual as a whole person, comprising mind, body and spirit, which interact and influence feelings, perception and attitudes.

His vision is to bring the counselling within a framework of equal opportunities as many of his clients are non-Christian and he has a responsibility to work ethically, sensitively, appropriately and without discrimination on the grounds of class, culture, gender, marital status, physical ability, ethnic background, age, religion or sexual orientation.