Diane Swaine is a trusted, caring and highly respected, Psychotherapist and Counsellor who is passionate about helping people deal with a variety of issues.
She has spent over 25 years counselling her clients through the challenges presented by problems such as high anxiety and low self esteem. The most important part of her work is helping people to find and address the root causes of these issues, something that her warm and authentic approach lends itself to naturally.
Diane is committed to confidentiality and places the safeguarding and wellbeing of her clients above all else.
History & Experience
Diane worked at The Priory Hospital for several years, where she was involved in the development of services for the treatment and assessment of patients. These patients presented with a range of conditions such as anxiety, depression and addiction. In addition, Diane worked across the Addictions and Eating Disorder Units. After Diane’s work at The Priory she helped run a social care charity for 15 years, providing support and infrastructures to families in need and with severe mental health challenges.
Diane is now in the unique position of being a private Psychotherapist and Counsellor in Hale, Cheshire, with a history of working at such a well-respected establishment. Although Diane’s main work is face to face in her private practice she also provides on-line sessions to clients anywhere in the world.
With a variety of roles under her belt, including Business Development Manager and Marketing Manager, Diane is able to use her experience from The Priory to support much of what she continues to do as a private Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
Diane is a member of BACP and UKATA.
I am honest, open and non-judgemental, offering communication, kindness and curiosity to help clients learn to know and trust themselves
I can help with:
- Stress & Anxiety
- Panic disorders
- Isolation, including self isolation and social isolation
- Self confidence & self esteem
- Body image
- Cyber bullying
- Negative impacts of social media
- Social withdrawal
- Relationship Difficulties
- Loneliness & isolation
- Feelings of “never feeling good enough”
- Traumatic events & family problems
- Loss & bereavement
- Depression & mental health