Who We Are2019-07-22T06:33:07+00:00

the next chapter – who we are

We set up The Next Chapter to create a warm, welcoming space in central Edinburgh where you can explore life’s challenges and address personal difficulties. Our qualified counsellors are here to support you with whatever is bothering you, working in a collaborative way that is personally tailored to you.

Mind and body are closely connected. How we feel physically can affect us emotionally, and difficulties in our lives can impact on on our overall health and wellbeing. We offer massage therapy and reflexology to support you as part of our holistic approach to physical and mental wellbeing.

Click on each photograph to find out more about our practitioners

our practitioners

Fiona Armstrong
Counsellor

Adria Stubbs
Counsellor

Catie Egan
Counsellor

Ellie Abraham
Counsellor

Ursula McKee
Counsellor

Monica Mochar
Counsellor

Ute Wenkemann
Counsellor

Ali Moir
Counsellor

Dee Armstrong
Counsellor

Pamela Couper
Reflexologist

Lisa MacLachlan
Counsellor

Lama Bouchema
Counsellor

Katie Murray
Counsellor

Lizzie Farnham
Massage therapist

our practitioners

Fiona Armstrong
Counsellor

Adria Stubbs
Counsellor

Catie Egan
Counsellor

Ellie Abraham
Counsellor

Ursula McKee
Counsellor

Monica Mochar
Counsellor

Ute Wenkemann
Counsellor

Ali Moir
Counsellor

Dee Armstrong
Counsellor

Pamela Couper

Reflexologist

Lisa MacLachlan
Counsellor

Katie Murray
Counsellor

Lama Bouchema
Counsellor

Lizzie Farnham
Massage therapist

Our qualified counsellors and psychotherapists can help you with anxiety, low mood, depression, stress, relationship difficulties, life and career transitions, and a range of other emotional, psychological and mental health concerns. We work confidentially and won’t judge you or put you under pressure.

a social enterprise

We welcome clients aged 16 or over. Please contact us to discuss in confidence any accessibility or other needs you may have. We are also committed to financial accessibility, and our charity partner funds a number of subsidised counselling places.
The Next Chapter is a social enterprise, which means all profits are used to support and develop our service and further our aim of offering high quality, approachable counselling