Stephanie Huntington

With a doctorate in physics and a background in science and technology, my career initially centered around those fields. However, my personal journey towards greater well-being and exploring aspect of mental health led me to discover a new passion: assisting others in overcoming their struggles and discovering their unique purpose.


Alongside my work as a counsellor and psychotherapist, I also tutor trainee counsellors enrolled in courses offered by Shropshire Training and Counselling Practice.


Qualifications &


I have a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Since qualifying, I have undergone further training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) which informs my ethical outlook during therapeutic work and hold an Enhanced DBS.


My counselling philosophy matches the ethos of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). From an ACT perspective, we all have the capacity to create meaningful and fulfilling lives, the key to this is to ensure we are living in a way that is aligned with our values by spending time doing the things that are important to us. 


With the pressure of societal expectations, it is often too easy to lose sight of what our own true values are. We can disengage from what is happenings around us and get caught up in ruminating about the past, or worrying about the future. 


If we are open to our experiences in the present, then choosing to live in alignment with our values is intrinsically rewarding and gives our life purpose and meaning. Changing outlook and behaviours is difficult, however counselling can provide the tools and support to effect change.

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