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Meet Pamela

Qualified Person-Centred Counsellor and Breathworker

Hi there and welcome. I'm glad you've found my page. 

I have lived in the Highlands for nearly 30 years and have been in Nairn for almost half of that time; I feel pretty blessed to live in such a beautiful part of the world. 

In 2013 I had an accident which changed my life. Suddenly I discovered what it was like to live with reduced mobility and chronic pain. I found that mindfulness helped enormously in those initial dark months, and I continue to practice breathwork daily.

Becoming a Person-Centred Counsellor and Psychotherapist seemed like the perfect fit for me.


I love hearing people's stories and walking alongside them as they find their own answers to dilemmas that may have felt insurmountable....until they started talking with someone who can really listen without judgement, be compassionate and genuinely show that they understand. 

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I trained at the University of the Highlands and Islands gaining a DipHE Distinction in Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy and am a registered member of COSCA.


I have specialised in working with grief and loss and volunteer for a national bereavement charity and I have also provided counselling within the NHS. I have been in private counselling practice since 2022.

I qualified as a Breathwork facilitator in 2024 and completed my training in Conscious Connected Breathwork with Breathing Journeys. I am fascinated with how we can use the power of our breath to bring about lasting change in our lives.

I previously worked for an advice giving charity and I'm a Board member for a local social enterprise yoga collective. I want to make a positive difference to our local community and influence decision makers to bring about social change.


My commitment to equality and diversity means I am curious about the experiences of others and sensitive to cultural differences and I have been certified to work with Diversity Within Contemporary Relationships.

I love music, I love literature, I love humour. I believe there is room for all these things in the therapy room. These are the things that give my own life personal meaning along with my garden, the beach, yoga, my loved ones, and anything else that brings colour into my life.

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