Join our team at Feel Well Therapy

Are you an experienced Counsellor , CBT Therapist , EMDR Therapist, CAT Therapist, Psychologist based in Norfolk or Suffolk and interested to join our team ? Please contact our Clinical Lead  Michelle for more information


Online Therapy with Shona Lowes Clinical Psychologist

Feel Well Therapy welcomes Shona to our team. Shona has over 30 years experience working with children, families, teenagers and adults. She has worked within the NHS in the UK and in addition, has worked in private practice internationally in Russia, the Netherlands, and Singapore.

Now living in North Norfolk, Shona works with clients online via Skype and Zoom offering individual sessions to adults and older teenagers, as well as consultations for parents of younger children.

Her expertise includes individual therapy and counselling for older teenagers and adults who are experiencing difficulties related to anxiety, depression, stress, eating behaviour, and sleep. She has a great deal of experience with children and teenagers and is able to provide online consultations for Parents concerning behavioural and emotional issues.

Her therapeutic approach is primarily Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and humanistic counselling. She works with clients to arrive at a joint formulation to clarify the nature of issues and difficulties and uses this to create an individual therapy plan.

Online therapy can work well for people who may have difficulties finding time for sessions because of a busy work of family schedule. Shona is flexible in the appointment times she can offer, including evenings and weekends.


Counselling in Lowestoft with Jane Oldman-Hands

Feel Well Therapy welcomes Jane Oldman Hands, counsellor to adults  to our team . 

Jane says’ I have been working as a counsellor for the past 9 years within a variety of counselling settings including Wellbeing/IAPT services, education, charities and private practice. I completed a Person-Centred Counselling Diploma in 2011 and continued to update my training completing a Master’s Degree in Counselling Research at the UEA in 2012. I have undertaken counsellor supervision training in 2015, with counselling supervision also being an important part of my practice.

I am an approachable, warm and empathetic person, and am passionate about how counselling can empower clients to make steps towards changes in their lives.  My practice is grounded in the person-centred approach, and this provides clients with a non-judgemental space where we can look together at your feelings and concerns at your pace.

I believe by processing your concerns and emotions can lead you to gain new insights and a greater understanding of yourself and your life experiences or situations. By attending to these uncertainties can then give you a clearer view of your experiences and support you with steps towards feeling less anxious and more in control of your life decisions.

I have a wide range of experience working with clients presenting with a variety of different needs, including issues of low self-confidence, bereavement and loss, childhood sexual abuse, identity issues, gender dysmorphia, sexual orientation, LGBTQI issues, anxiety, depression and relationship issues.

I am a BACP Accredited counsellor and adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework ensuring a high level of professional care is provided to clients.

To arrange an appointment with Jane please go to our Contact Us Page