"I had 12 sessions with Tracey this year and have seen a strong positive impact in my life. I was initially sceptical to use Zoom, however the sessions were productive, supportive and comparable to an in-person conversation. Tracey has many years of experience as a counsellor. From anxiety to deep rooted family trauma, Tracey supported me every step of the way. I recommend her to anyone who is thinking of counselling. "

SN, Client from an Employee Assistant Program

Hello and Welcome to Tracey Lowden Counsellor

Perhaps you have been recommended to me from my previous clients or a health insurer like BUPA, AVIVA , AXA or an EAP. Or maybe you are searching generally for a senior counsellor who may be able to help you with your concerns.  Please have a look at the information on my site and contact me via the web site, email or phone if you want to work with me. I am based in Marlow Bottom, Buckinghamshire and available to people further afield online. 


I work individually with adults, of all ages, and teenagers to clarify the issues causing concern and to look at processes that can be adopted to increase life satisfaction.  All of my sessions are personalised, shaped by our work together. We can work on techniques to help in the short-term, and can look at the reasons that these issues occurred to prevent repeating behavioural patterns.  Many clients also like to develop behavioural activities that can increase their wellbeing. 

 I am available for new clients by Zoom Video Conferencing which is  easy to set up and is more secure than many other platforms. I will also work over Skype if the client prefers. 

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I’ve been counselling for 17 years and actively develop my professional learning so I am experienced in working with many issues, please see examples below: 

I do not work with serious mental health conditions or addictions privately as I believe these are usually best managed with dedicated agencies which have crisis support. However, I do a lot of work with partners, parents or children affected by a loved one’s mental health problem or addictions. 

All of my work integrates Positive Psychology – the science of wellbeing.  


Life Transitions

Panic Attacks

Low self esteem and low confidence


Relationship difficulties


Caring responsibilities


Children and parenting

Post-natal illness

Lack of purpose

Self harming and self sabotage


Body issues


Gender issues

Personal development

Loss and bereavement

Workplace difficulties