I specialise in both short and longer term Psychotherapy in central Edinburgh

I also offer one-to-one mindfulness coaching.

Short-term therapy

Short-term therapy

We will likely work together for 8-12 weeks and will focus on the particular issue, or life event that has led you to seek therapy at this time.

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Longer-term therapy

Longer-term therapy

Normally we will work together for over six months. This allows in-depth exploration of a number of issues and can help build your resilience to more challenging feelings and emotions.

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Mindfulness coaching

Mindfulness coaching

We jointly explore meaningful and practical ways to introduce a mindfulness routine into your life. While I offer this outside of therapy, it can also be included in both short and longer term therapeutic work.

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My client list is currently closed, but will reopen again on the 10th June 2019.

If you are seeking a therapist, then you may wish to use the Find a Therapist  feature on the UK Council for Psychotherapy website, or the search feature on Counselling Directory.   

Duncan Roebuck - BSc (Eng), MSc (Eng), MA (Psychotherapy), MSc (Psychology), UKCP Accred., MBPsS

I am a UKCP accredited, Edinburgh-based psychotherapist with over six years’ clinical experience in both private and voluntary settings. I am experienced at providing both short and longer-term therapy and have worked across a range of areas, including: 

  • stress,
  • depression,
  • anxiety,
  • trauma,
  • sexuality,
  • relationship issues,
  • low self-esteem and
  • low self-confidence.

As well as being an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), I am also member of the British Psychological Society (BPS).

United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy      

duncan roebuck psychotherapist

I offer a safe, non-judging and confidential therapeutic space where thoughts and feelings can be shared and explored. The therapeutic journey I believe can serve as an opportunity to uncover one’s inner resources and resilience, as well as an opportunity to discover new and more flexible ways of relating to oneself, others and life.