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Mark Abrami

Counsellor / Psychotherapist

About Mark:
Works as Counsellor / Psychotherapist at First Psychology Online

Languages spoken:

  • English

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Mark Abrami is an experienced counsellor / psychotherapist who works online with individual adults with a wide range of issues and problems. These include: low mood / depression; anxiety; stress; abuse; anger; assertiveness; dreaming; gender and sexual identity; life transitions; obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD); post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); relaxation; self-harm; and many more issues. 

Mark has particular experience working with people with anxiety; depression/low mood; trauma and PTSD; low self-esteem; and personality disorders. He is especially experienced in working with men. 

Mark's way of working

Mark integrates elements from a number of therapeutic approaches into his counselling / psychotherapy work to meet the needs and preferences of each individual. These include: Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Transactional Analysis / Psychodynamic Therapy, DBT-Informed Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Therapy.

Mark's background and training

Mark has thirteen years’ experience working as a counsellor in a range of settings including residential hospital settings and independent practice and he has worked at a senior level for many years.

Mark is qualified to diploma level in the field of counselling/CBT (Edinburgh Napier University) and he has a Post-Graduate Certificate in Transactional Analysis / Psychodynamic Therapy from Queen Margaret University, and an MSc in Social Sciences from the University of Glasgow. 

Mark is fully accredited with COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland) as a counsellor and psychotherapist and with the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC). 

Mark's fee

Mark charges £65 per session for self-funding clients. He also works with clients referred via their employer/organisation – for further details, please visit First Psychology Assistance.