At the heart of my practice lies a passionate belief that although we all experience great pain and distress in our lives, we all have the ability to heal and grow through this pain and find more enriching, creative and satisfying lives. It has been my honour to have guided and helped hundreds of people on their journey to do just that.

I have the Relate Certificate in Marital and Couple Counselling and Post Graduate Diplomas in Couple Therapy and Systemic Therapy, allowing me to understand and get to the heart of personal and relationship issues.

I started meditating in 1988 and then developed my practice by attending a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course in 2010 and completing to Post Graduate Diploma Level the Studies in Mindfulness course through Aberdeen University. I work according to the Good Practice Guidelines laid down by the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations

Hi, I’m Graeme Armstrong.

I’ve worked as a psychological therapist now for over 18 years, working as a relationship counsellor and clinical supervisor.

I am a Lead Tutor and supervisor for the Mindfulness Association and have delivered over 35 Weekend Modules for the organisation nationally and abroad and have been part of several Mindfulness Association Retreats at Samye Ling and at Holy Isle, promoting secular mindfulness throughout the U.K.