Isabel Crozier

Counsellor and Psychotherapist

After completing a BA (Hons) in English Literature at the University of York, I trained as an English teacher and taught in Spain and then Chile for a number of years.

On returning to the UK I entered training at The University of Edinburgh on the PG Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy. My training was grounded in both Person-Centred and Psychodynamic approaches and I have found that knowledge and experience of both approaches has given me a strong base in working with different needs.

I work in a very open and honest way and aim to remove any mystique around the counselling process.


I have been working as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist for three years, providing counselling and psychotherapy for adults experiencing a wide range of difficulties.

I completed training with Pregnancy Counselling and Care (Scotland), where I worked predominantly with women experiencing a range of difficulties related to pregnancy, including fertility issues, peri-natal anxiety and post-partum depression.

I also trained with Health in Mind where I worked with individuals suffering from anxiety, panic attacks, depression, relationship problems, work and academic pressures, grief and trauma. I have a particular interest in working with bereavement, be that through a recent or more distant loss.

I am a member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).


I have worked with many different people, from different backgrounds, each with their own individual experiences. I have always been profoundly curious about others and aim to foster that curiosity in my clients.

I am interested in the ways in which people create meaning in their lives and have found again and again that counselling and psychotherapy can help people understand themselves more deeply and bring about changes which lead to more fulfilled and interesting ways of living.

I am able to work on both a short and long term basis, depending on your needs and wishes.

How it works

I understand that deciding to embark on counselling can be a big, often life-changing, decision and it is important for clients and counsellors to be a good fit. With this in mind, I offer free telephone consultations for anyone interested in making contact by phone before meeting and to answer any questions about the counselling process. I am also able to answer queries by e-mail.

If you decide to embark on counselling, I offer a first session for £30. Thereafter, I charge £50 for a 50 minute hour. It is most common to meet once weekly at a specific day and time, however sometimes meeting twice weekly is helpful when clients are particularly struggling, whilst for others, meeting once a fortnight can be sufficient. This is all to be discussed during the first session.

My counselling room is located at A Quiet Room by the Shore in Leith (EH6) I am able to answer more specific queries about accessibility by phone or e-mail.

Contact me

You can contact me by phone on 07487 673224. This is a private line, so please feel free to leave a message if I don’t answer straight away and I will be in touch within 24 hours.

You can also contact me by e-mail on or by using the contact form on this page.


I see clients in the afternoons and evenings, from 9am - 8pm. I work Monday - Friday, with the exception of Wednesday evenings.

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