Alison Hunter Therapy
Counselling, Psychotherapy, Coaching in Glasgow Southside & Online

Contact Alison Hunter Therapy

I offer an initial free exploratory session for us to discuss what you're looking for, find out more about therapy and for you to decide whether you'd like to continue working with me. Following this, I charge £60 for a 50 minute session, payable by cash, card or online bank transfer.

When I work face-to-face, I see clients in a comfortable room on the ground floor of my house in Strathbungo, which is 2 mins walk from Queens Park and 10 mins walk from Shawlands. Parking is free outside my house and I am a 10 minute bus ride (38a, 57, 3, 4) from Glasgow city centre. Pollokshields West and Queens Park train stations are 5 mins walk away, where you can catch trains to Glasgow Central, which is two stops, and also to south of Glasgow.

When working online, I conduct therapy sessions either through Zoom or am happy to talk on the phone, if you prefer. I send a Zoom link to each session the day before we are due to meet. If you are unfamiliar working this way, I am happy to talk you through what to expect in an initial free session.


Alison Hunter Therapy

My Location

My counselling, psychotherapy and coaching practice in based in the Southside of Glasgow. It is within easy reach of Shawlands, Pollokshields, Giffnock, Newton Mearns and the city centre.

I work with clients both face-to-face and online. Please contact me to discuss what may work best for you.


Counselling and psychotherapy are talking therapies that can help just about everyone, regardless of age, race and gender.
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“I approached the counselling process with a certain level of trepidation and anxiety. However Alison was able to be supportive and reassuring, creating a safe environment. The sessions were undertaken at a pace I felt comfortable with and it was clear Alison was able to respond to my individual situation which was multifaceted. I found the process helpful and beneficial.I would be more than comfortable approaching Alison in the future should the need arise.” Anonymous, Glasgow