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Changes Online Therapy Dr Karen Williams Online Therapy in the UK

Hello, I'm Karen. Welcome to my website.

I’m here to help if you are finding life tough at the moment; and I’m here to walk alongside you if life just feels like an uphill struggle and it’s difficult to cope with things. Through sharing your worries and concerns with me, we can work together to make sense of how things are for you. I would like to support you on a journey of exploration and discovery, that helps you to understand your difficulties and enables you to make changes that can move you towards a more enriched and fulfilled life. I offer a compassionate, confidential and non-judgemental online therapy service in the UK via webcam, instant messaging and email that respects your individual needs and choices.

I hope you find what you are looking for on the website. If you have any unanswered questions or would like to book an appointment, please contact me on 07900 997 933 or [email protected] I may be busy when you call, so please do text or leave a voicemail message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

My aim is to help you to make changes that make a difference to your life. I can help you to explore and understand what is going on for you and together we can look at how you can take control of your life and choose how you live it. Working together, we can think about what is important and meaningful to you and consider what steps you can take to start enjoying life more.


My approach to therapy

Training as a psychologist has given me the advantage of being able to draw on a variety of psychological and therapeutic approaches, which means I always tailor my approach to your individual needs and preferences. I often draw on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) within my practice. I also have an interest in Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), which can help you develop a sense of compassion towards yourself. This might sound tricky at first, as our minds can tell us to do the opposite and be very self-critical! Nonetheless, I have experienced the positive impact of ACT and CFT techniques first-hand and I believe that if we can change how we relate to our problems and ourselves, our lives can change for the better.


About me

I am a clinical psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). I am also a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Association for Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO). I work as an online therapist in the UK in accordance with the professional and ethical standards of each of these organisations. I have worked within a variety of roles supporting individuals at difficult times in their lives for the past 15 years, including as a clinical psychologist. Since qualifying as a clinical psychologist, I have completed a diploma in online counselling. I now work within private practice and I am passionate about working as an online therapist supporting individuals in the UK via therapy using webcam, instant messaging and email.


What I offer

As an online therapist I currently offer therapy in the UK via webcam, instant messaging or email. Please see the How it works page of this website for more information on the different options for therapy.


Who I work with

I work as an online therapist with individuals aged 18 or over living within the UK on a wide range of issues, including those who experience:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety, worry, panic
  • Depression, low mood
  • Low self-esteem
  • Difficulties with eating, body image, identity
  • Difficulties coping with physical pain/illness
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Difficulties coping with life transitions, life-changing events


To read a recent article I wrote on reclaiming your life from anorexia, click here


As an online therapist, the therapy I offer is unlikely to be suitable to meet your needs if you are in crisis or feeling suicidal. I would recommend that you discuss your situation with your GP, access face to face support and consider using other resources, such as the Samaritans. Their national freephone number is 116 123, you can email [email protected] or attend a local branch. Please also see the Feeling in crisis page of this website.


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