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Margaret Ingamells

Margaret Ingamells – UKCP FPC (WPF) BPC


I am an experienced Psychotherapist and I work with individuals and couples in Hastings. I offer a safe, non-judgemental and confidential therapeutic relationship in which you can explore personal or difficult issues that may be causing you frustration or distress. Anxieties and personal difficulties can be isolating and debilitating and it can be difficult to find someone to trust, who feels safe enough to help you in untangling difficult feelings, and who is not directly involved in your situation.

Someone that can help you think about unhelpful unconscious relationship patterns, or support recovery from family trauma or loss and help you feel your way through any number of complex and difficult situations so you do not feel so alone in it all.

My Approach

The aim is not to give you advice but to increase your understanding and help you explore options you may not have considered, and different ways of seeing and managing situations. Therapy offers you a confidential therapeutic relationship in a safe environment where you meet regularly, and where the trust and the empathy of the relationship is more important than the theoretical approach. Therapy sessions are usually on a weekly basis and last fifty minutes. I work Psychoanalytically and also provide twice weekly and three times weekly sessions.


My current fees can be found on my profile on the Counselling Directory. Terms and the therapeutic framework of the work are discussed during our initial consultation. I suggest an initial consultation at which we can discuss your needs, if it is then mutually agreed that we will work together, we can agree a day and time to meet for our sessions. The initial consultation will also last 50 minutes and will be at the same fee. Having an initial consultation, can be an opportunity you can give yourself to explore the possibility of Therapy, so that you can then make an informed decision as to if you feel this might be helpful and right for you. I would encourage you to take the first step.

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