How can I help you?

Sometimes, we struggle, and when we do, it can be helpful to talk to a professional about our problems.

I have over 15 years experience working alongside children, adolescents and young adults. I can support children and young people who struggle with a range of emotional and behavioural concerns: self-harm, low mood, anxiety, bullying, and issues related to sexual and gender identity. No matter how you identify, you and your struggles are welcome in my practice.

If you would like to talk to me before committing to an appointment, you are welcome to email me at


About Me

Hello, I am Michelle, and I am a qualified and registered Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, MBACP. I work alongside children, adolescents and young adults. I adhere to BACP ethical guidelines.

I have a Master's degree in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling, from the University of Cambridge, and a degree in Social Work and Psychology from the University of Cape Town. 

Further study includes: Self-harm, LGBTQ, Gender Diversity, Eating Disorders and Depression in Adolescents. I have undertaken training with Gendered Intelligence in Working Alongside Trans, Gender Diverse and Questioning People and further study with Pink Therapy. I am listed in both organisations' directories as an approved therapist.

In my work with LGBTQ clients I position myself as an ally. Sexual and gender diversity is not in itself a reason to seek therapy; you are not 'unwell' if you identify other than heterosexual or cisgender*. I can support you if you are struggling with issues around your sexuality or gender. I am a cisgender woman and my pronouns are she/her.

Cisgender, or cis: when a person's gender identity matches the sex they were assigned at birth. 

My experience has been gained across a range of settings from community work to one-to-one counselling, within schools and private practice. I have experience working with a wide age range; from age 4 to young adults, and with a variety of mental health concerns.


Support for 



Self-harm could be your way of coping, or communicating your feelings. Perhaps, together, we could explore your experiences.

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When it all feels too much

You might be struggling with your relationships, with school, you might feel 'low', anxious, or P'd off with the world...

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Sexual and gender identity

Sometimes it can be hard to live as one's 'true self' in a typically heterosexual and gender-binary world.


Information for parents, carers and young people 

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Parents & Carers

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Young people


I see clients at the Cambridge Flourishing Centre, which has two locations:

One is conveniently located behind Waitrose, Trumpington, in the grounds of Anstey Hall. The other is located off Mill Road, on Romsey Terrace, right near Cutlacks. 

Cambridge Flourishing Centre Locations:

Anstey Hall Courtyard 

Maris Lane 



8B Romsey Terrace,




michelle miller counselling

psychotherapeutic counsellor MBACP