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Marc Le Galle BA,MA,MBACP

Counselling & Psychotherapy

Engaging in counselling is an act of courage and can be a rewarding and healing experience. I believe that every one of us has the capacity to change and become the best they can be. Coming to therapy can feel like a big decision and finding the right therapist for you can sometimes feel like a daunting task. I believe that the therapy relationship is key to personal growth, feeling understood, supported and helped through challenging and distressing life experiences.

Marc Le Galle Therapy, Counsellor & Psychotherapist

My Rates:

Individuals therapy = £60 per session

Couples therapy = £80 per session.

I have a Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of the West of England, I am BACP registered and trained to work with both individuals and couples. I work with clients nationally on-line and in person in Somerset.

Counselling or psychotherapy?

What’s the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?


In very simple terms, counsellors work at a more immediate level generally focusing on a current issue that is affecting the client.  


Psychotherapists both think and work at a deeper process level considering how the structure of the client’s personality is affecting their experience of relationships and being in the world. 

Counselling & Psychotherapy are places to explore your thoughts, feelings and emotions. A chance to explore your life direction. An opportunity to pause and understand where you are and what is happening in your life right now. It is a place to explore past and present events or traumas and a space to speak out loud thoughts that have previously felt unspeakable. 


Sometimes it can be difficult to identify a specific reason for seeking support. It might be a struggle to find a sense of meaning or a way through emotional pain. Perhaps you have never experienced feeling how you do now or perhaps you are managing long term anxiety or depression. Relationship strains, work pressures or societal pressures can all weigh down on our self-esteem and we can find ourselves without motivation, confused and feeling bad.


I provide a space to explore what is going on in your life. Any issue, big or small is valued, together we can work through anything from daily struggles to deep-rooted issues. In a fast-paced world, with constant pressures on us, it can be difficult to find the emotional and physical space for yourself and your feelings. This is what I can help you with. 


My approach is based on working relationally with clients, meaning I focus on establishing a safe and supportive alliance, before exploring how past experiences and relationships are influencing choices, values, beliefs in the present. I offer an holistic approach which will support you in recognising, and giving space to the difficult emotions and thoughts, which may have been challenging to unpick, understand, and express. 


In life, we cannot change events that have already happened, but we can change how we feel about them. I will offer you the opportunity to safely share your thoughts, your anxieties and your fears so that we may work together as you find your way to a calmer and more hopeful way of being.

I know that the first step in seeking support can be the hardest. You want to find a therapist who meets your needs and who you feel comfortable with. I offer a free 30 minute consultation session to all new clients to see whether we would be a good fit to work together.


It is my belief and experience that you will get more out of your life if you are willing to change. Change is spurred by a feeling that something just isn't quite right, that something could be better, that there's an issue you want to resolve. Let's work together in

re-discovering the world around you and finding your place in it.

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A blog by Somerset counsellor and psychotherapist Marc Le Galle. On Talking therapy, couples counselling and mental health.

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