Innes Meek
Individual Counselling

Innes Meek


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Professional Profile:

Life is full of ups and downs, and sometimes it can feel as if the downs are insurmountable. You might find yourself getting incredibly frustrated and/or disappointed with the people you love most, or that normal, everyday activities seem pointless and arduous.
If you are feeling or behaving this way, psychotherapy can be a tool for you to use to seek to understand and change your life for the better. 

Some of the reasons people seek psychotherapy with me include:

  • Stress: Many things can cause stress in your life, from career anxieties to homelife. Without time and space to organise your thoughts, supposedly small stresses can quickly become overwhelming. Talking therapy seeks to understand how experiences in your past shape the way you approach life’s challenges and, where necessary, to consider how to adapt this approach.  
  • Parenting issues: We are told that raising kids will be the best thing we’ve ever done in our lives. Yet the stresses and difficulties and changes to our personal freedoms and adult relationships are often ignored and seemingly not permitted. It’s normal to find parenting difficult, talking about these difficulties can lead to acceptance and positive change. 
  • Relationship issues: struggles to find a partner, or difficulties with a partner can be overwhelming. If you are struggling in one of these ways, psychotherapy can be a very useful and impactful way of helping you cope with and overcome these difficulties. 
  • Men’s Issues: Men are told that they have been given untold privileges, but there are many men who will feel as if they haven’t benefited from these. If you don’t think you’ve been as successful as you should have been - successful in forging relationships, in friendships, in your career - and feel stuck, you are not alone and might find it useful to explore these issues in therapy. 

My mode of therapy is called ‘integrative’, which means that I am trained in a variety of therapy techniques and seek to adapt the therapy to your needs. This is rooted in the principal that every individual is unique and there isn’t a ‘one-size-fits-all approach’. I am particularly interested in exploring ideas about meaningfullness, desire, and a quest for freedom, as well as looking to the past as a way to understand the present. 

If any of this chimes with you, feel free to get in touch about arranging a session. 


My experience as a therapist has included two years working for IAPT mental health services and two years in an NHS mental health trust. Prior to training as a psychotherapist I was a Samaritans listening volunteer for a number of years. 

In a previous life I spent ten years working in the City in commercial roles for various technology startups, with a particular focus on sports based technologies. 

Training and Qualifications

  • MA, Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent’s University London
  • PgDip, Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent’s University London
  • Certificate in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent’s University London
  • Introduction to Counselling, Birkbeck, University of London

Professional Bodies

Registered Member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP)

Fees and Availability

Individual Sessions: £80

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Contact Details:

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