Mim Marshall @talkwithmim
Person-Centred Psychotherapist and Counsellor
Mim (she/her) is a BACP Registered Person-Centred Psychotherapist and Counsellor with a creative,
deeply empathetic and integrative approach to helping clients develop self-awareness and make real,
lasting personal and interpersonal change. Her practice is about creating a safe space with for women to
explore the impact of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, motherhood, baby-loss and
bereavement, post-abortion concerns, violence, separation, inequality, adverse childhood experience,
emotional and physical abuse on their lives and to find ways not just to survive, but thrive.
Using Integrative, Person-Centred, Trauma-Informed approaches, Mim supports her clients to make
empowered choices for themselves. She incorporates therapeutic models such as Compassion Focused,
Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory – tailoring the way she works to
match the needs of the human in front of her.
Mim has worked within the women’s sector for over 5 years, and outside of her private practice
continues to provide counselling support to a number of local women’s charities that support individuals
who have experienced multiple disadvantages. Her experience includes short, mid-term and long-term
counselling and psychotherapy for women with experiences of unplanned
pregnancy, pregnancy, following pregnancy loss and post abortion concerns; supporting women on
probation who are seeking mental health support; journeying with adults experiencing family-based
conflicts, domestic abuse and family related issues; helping women experiencing sexual exploitation.
Mim ensures the full recognition of intersectionality and life experience, and therefore works within and
anti-discriminatory and anti-oppression framework. She is passionate about working effectively in cross-
cultural situations and has an aliveness to the importance of seeing the world out her client’s window,
not just her own. Mim’s practice is LGBTQ+ affirmative.
Mim has a limited number of concession rate sessions available for those on a lower income or for
students, NHS staff/key workers.