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Charlotte Bohan Counselling & Psychotherapy.

Offering warm, relatable trauma informed support in person in Exeter or via video call nationally as supports you best.


Trauma informed Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Charlotte Bohan

We as humans all face challenge and difficulty at times in our lives. 

Psychotherapy and Counselling is designed to offer you empathy and mutual understanding of challenges facilitated by a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship.

This relationship is one of confidence, and compassion, and puts your needs at the heart of the work and seeks to provide you with the tools to live in a more fulfilling way.

Therapy can be transformative in healing- processing difficulties that may have happened to you in the past, by gaining that impartial support to resource you in the present. 


It's proven through research that what makes therapy work and feel beneficial for lasting change, is the relationship between the therapist and the client.

Person-Centred and Relational Approaches to Psychological Therapy: A Review of the Contemporary Evidence (

You an find more about my personal therapeutic approach in the 'My Practice' page. 


The first step is to arrange an initial meeting via email or phone, where we can discuss any questions you may have and gauge how it might be to work together, to get a feel of the relationship. The initial half hour meeting is free. 


All the information about where we will meet, how much sessions cost etc, is on the Frequently Asked Questions page.


Please contact me on 07809439388/


What is Integrative Therapy?


Without being aware of our unhelpful thoughts, patterns and behaviours - how can we change them?

Working Integratively means using different therapeutic approaches and theories to tailor and adapt to your preferences. 

You might want to explore the past, and look at what has led you to this point in your life, to gain a deeper understanding of your experience, assess patterns and understand your current autonomy. This is called working psychodynamically. This approach may be open ended and be explorative and inquisitive in nature. Difficult events can be processed with the support of the therapeutic alliance. 

You may want to move forward in the now and stay with the present and understand how you think and behave has impacts on your emotions which can be helpful in creating change. This approach might be called solution focussed, wanting to achieve a desired goal. CBT is useful for this type of difficulty. 

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