Sally Mumford

Sally Mumford

Person Centred Pluralistic
Counsellor and Psychotherapist
07873 476 737

I am approachable, warm, and down-to-earth. Taking the initial step of contacting a therapist can be scary. As an experienced psychotherapist, I can offer you a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space. I will be alongside you, your ally, as we talk about your innermost fears and worries. I won’t give you advice but I will ask you the kinds of questions that will help you untangle the complex issues that are holding you back or causing you pain. Working together we can find ways to understand and manage your problems leading to your improved emotional and mental wellbeing.

Psychotherapy with Sally

Research shows that it is the relationship between therapist and client that largely determines the successful outcome of therapy, rather than the type of therapy. So it is really worth taking your time to find a therapist that you click with.  I imagine you are viewing this page because you have reached a point when you need help.

Are you grieving the loss of someone close?
Are you stuck in a relationship that is causing you pain?
Are you struggling to be a parent?
Are you feeling lonely? Depressed? Anxious? Disconnected from others?
Are you suffering from low self-confidence?
Are you facing redundancy?
Or maybe you are simply feeling lost in your life and realise you might benefit from a fresh perspective.

Whatever your issues, I’m here to help.

Before training as a psychotherapist my background was in book publishing where I had a management role for over ten years. As the mother of grown-up children, I understand only too well the challenges of family life and last, but not least, I have also always had whippets in my life. I believe dogs enhance mood, keep us amused and increase our general sense of wellbeing.

My training and professional experience

Diploma in Person-Centred Pluralistic Counselling (Advanced Practitioner) from Metanoia Institute

Counselling Skills in Psychodynamic Therapy MHCPC Training and Counselling The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling Training Programme

BA (Hons) Bristol University

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I abide by their code of ethics.

I continue my professional development through further training and clinical supervision.


I charge £80 per 50-minute session.

Next steps

I offer a free 15-30 minute phone or zoom consultation to discuss what has brought you to therapy and how I might help. If we are both happy to proceed we’ll agree a time for our weekly 50-minute sessions.

Email is the best way to contact me: to arrange our initial free consultation.

If you prefer to phone, please leave a message on 07873 476 737 with your contact details and I will call you back.