Beth Salmon Counselling

about me

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 I didn’t start out wanting to become a therapist! It took me a while to realise that this was my vocation. 


But I did start out inordinately curious about people – individuals, couples and families, what makes them tick and what makes them so very different one from the other. So I studied Anthropology at university and learned about many exotic and far flung peoples and their customs. 


Then I had to earn a living so I went into Market Research – this allowed me to study the habits of everyday people and how they made choices. 


Later I specialised in the more psychological side wondering what sub-conscious aspects might lie beneath everyday activities.


I started to study psychology and in particular psycho-analysis and psycho-therapy, and made my way to London Marriage Guidance where I started to see clients.


I completed my Diploma in Couple Counselling in 1996 and went on to the more advanced Diploma in Psycho-sexual Therapy in 1997.


I joined Cambridge Relate in 1998 and stayed there until 2015, and have worked in Suffolk as a Relate Licensed Counsellor since 2014.


In London I have worked in private practice from 2004.  


If you feel I might be the right therapist for you please get in touch.