Where will I be seen?
McColl Clinical Psychology
The Wellbeing Rooms
5A Kirk Road
I have a dedicated therapy room in Bearsden in North Glasgow. This is a newly refurbished therapy room which offers a calm, comfortable, safe and secure space. This location is ideal if you are looking for a psychologist in Glasgow however I see clients who can travel from any geographical area.
My therapy room is called 'Campsie' and is on the second floor of a fully renovated and freshly decorated therapeutic wellbeing centre called 'The Wellbeing Rooms'. The building benefits from security entry at street level. Unfortunately there is no disabled access due to the stairs.
The venue is very accessible via public transport as it is 0.4 miles from Bearsden train station. Hillfoot train station is also only 0.9 miles away and within easy walking distance. Free parking is available at Bearsden train station, on Kirk Road and the Glebe car park at the bottom of Kirk Road (both time limited) and in nearby residential areas. There is a pay and display car park at St Andrews RC church on Roman Road nearby.
There is a waiting area where you can have a seat if you arrive slightly early. However, it would be appreciated if you can arrive as close to your appointment as possible as I may not be able to answer the buzzer if I am still in a previous session. I will always endeavour to see you at the arranged time of your appointment. All appointments last for around 55-60 minutes. You are welcome to bring someone with you for support but it’s usually helpful for them to wait in the waiting area, or come back at the end of your appointment, so we get a chance to talk confidentially.
Please note that from March 2020, I am temporarily offering online therapy or telephone sessions due to the coronavirus lockdown. I use online teleconferencing software called 'Zoom' which is recommended for therapy work due to its high levels of confidentiality and encryption. Although it may seem daunting to use, I will aim to make it as accessible and easy to use as possible so that you can still access psychological help and therapy at this very challenging time.