About us

Kim Wylie - local counsellor

Kim Wylie – Trained Integrative Counsellor and Member of The BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland).

I am a professionally trained integrative counsellor, which means that rather than being led by one approach, I am guided by you and your needs. My special areas of interest are Trauma Work (especially working with adult survivors of childhood trauma) and Couple Counselling.  I am committed to Continuing Professional Development, particularly in the area of trauma.

Call Paisley Counselling to arrange an Initial Assessment  – 07534375530.


We will offer you a caring, supportive, non-judgemental space where you will feel heard, accepted, respected and valued. My theoretical approach is integrative, the foundation of which is Person Centred and I draw on the Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) approaches in order to help meet your needs. That said, recent research shows that the therapeutic relationship (the relationship between you and your counsellor) is more important than theory and this is central to our work. Click for more information about my counselling models. My associative counsellors may work with different approaches which will be explained to you at your assessment.

Concessions available for students and for those with low income.

I have expanded my team to include counsellors who are undertaking postgraduate studies in counselling and psychotherapy. These are mature people with high profile professional backgrounds, doing further training with reputable training courses. They are considered to have the necessary training and experience to be allocated your case. There are a limited number of places available with them at any one time for students and for those on low incomes. This can be discussed with the counsellor during your assessment.