About Us

At Nightingale Counselling, we know that seeking help during difficult times can be daunting and we appreciate that you may require some reassurance before taking the first step.

About Us

At Nightingale Counselling, we know that seeking help during difficult times can be daunting and we appreciate that you may require some reassurance before taking the first step.

Our Senior Counselling Consultant and founder, Florence, may have the surname Gray, but her approach is far more colourful. She believes that even as we work our way through the darkest of times, we can find reasons to laugh and enjoy a little brightness, and this is what she brings to her practice.

Florence established Nightingale Marriage Counselling in 2002. In 2007 she decided to broaden the service provision of Nightingale and take onboard associate counsellors to work with individuals. Florence knew that she wanted to take a unique approach and developed a comprehensive initial assessment service that would allow her to match each client with the most appropriate counselling method for them. Now, with a team of exceptional therapists behind her, she continues this tradition, allowing her to offer every client a support plan tailored to their challenges and goals.

Florence has over 20 years of experience and is a leading authority in marriage, couple, and relationship counselling. She has had the pleasure and privilege of helping countless couples resolve their differences and re-establish an emotional connection. With this wealth of experience, she is perfectly placed to select, manage, and supervise the practitioners that work with Nightingale and run our exceptional private practice.

Prior to counselling, Florence had a long and successful career working in Glasgow and London in a variety of large corporate organisations, both as an internal and external consultant. During this time, she gained expertise in coaching, training, NLP, consultancy, and business development. Due to this unique experience, Florence now works with individuals, business owners, managing directors, CEOs, and those in senior management positions in counselling, personal development, coaching and consultancy.

How we work at Nightingale Counselling

Most of our clients now find it more convenient and beneficial to hold their counselling sessions via a teleconferencing platform such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams or FaceTime. Rather than taking time out of their day to visit our consulting rooms in Glasgow, they can benefit from counselling sessions, that are delivered by experts specialising in specific methods of counselling, from all around the UK. The best bit is they don’t need to rush away from their office or organise childminding. Our counselling fits into their busy lives and it’s literally a click away.

For those people who still prefer to see a counsellor in person, we have a consulting room in La Belle Place, Glasgow (facing Kelvingrove Park). Parking is available directly outside the building. We know that you may not feel like shouting about seeking our services, so if you decide that you want to meet in person rather than online, we can offer our clients a private entrance to the building to avoid prying eyes.

To arrange an initial assessment call with Florence, please call our friendly receptionist on 0141 353 9373 or, if you’d prefer, drop us an email or complete our enquiry form and Florence will get back to you within 24 hours.

During your first counselling session, your counsellor will:

Assess the nature of the challenges and issues you are presenting
Find out what you want to achieve
Encourage you to ask any questions or raise any concerns you may have before committing to a counselling process
Allow you to get a feel for what counselling involves and how you will benefit
Discuss the practicalities of counselling by looking at times, number, and the length of each individual session required
Click here to book an appointment

Our Senior Counselling Consultant and founder, Florence, may have the surname Gray, but her approach is far more colourful. She believes that even as we work our way through the darkest of times, we can find reasons to laugh and enjoy a little brightness, and this is what she brings to her practice.

Florence established Nightingale Marriage Counselling in 2002. In 2007 she decided to broaden the service provision of Nightingale and take onboard associate counsellors to work with individuals. Florence knew that she wanted to take a unique approach and developed a comprehensive initial assessment service that would allow her to match each client with the most appropriate counselling method for them. Now, with a team of exceptional therapists behind her, she continues this tradition, allowing her to offer every client a support plan tailored to their challenges and goals.

Florence has over 20 years of experience and is a leading authority in marriage, couple, and relationship counselling. She has had the pleasure and privilege of helping countless couples resolve their differences and re-establish an emotional connection. With this wealth of experience, she is perfectly placed to select, manage, and supervise the practitioners that work with Nightingale and run our exceptional private practice.

Prior to counselling, Florence had a long and successful career working in Glasgow and London in a variety of large corporate organisations, both as an internal and external consultant. During this time, she gained expertise in coaching, training, NLP, consultancy, and business development. Due to this unique experience, Florence now works with individuals, business owners, managing directors, CEOs, and those in senior management positions in counselling, personal development, coaching and consultancy.

How we work at Nightingale Counselling

Most of our clients now find it more convenient and beneficial to hold their counselling sessions via a teleconferencing platform such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams or FaceTime. Rather than taking time out of their day to visit our consulting rooms in Glasgow, they can benefit from counselling sessions, that are delivered by experts specialising in specific methods of counselling, from all around the UK. The best bit is they don’t need to rush away from their office or organise childminding. Our counselling fits into their busy lives and it’s literally a click away.

For those people who still prefer to see a counsellor in person, we have a consulting room in La Belle Place, Glasgow (facing Kelvingrove Park). Parking is available directly outside the building. We know that you may not feel like shouting about seeking our services, so if you decide that you want to meet in person rather than online, we can offer our clients a private entrance to the building to avoid prying eyes.

To arrange an initial assessment call with Florence, please call our friendly receptionist on 0141 353 9373 or, if you’d prefer, drop us an email or complete our enquiry form and Florence will get back to you within 24 hours.

During your first counselling session, your counsellor will:

Assess the nature of the challenges and issues you are presenting
Find out what you want to achieve
Encourage you to ask any questions or raise any concerns you may have before committing to a counselling process
Allow you to get a feel for what counselling involves and how you will benefit
Discuss the practicalities of counselling by looking at times, number, and the length of each individual session required
Click here to book an appointment

Our Fees

Individual Session From

£65

Couple Counselling From

£75

The Therapy Coach From

£95

Workshops

£125Daily Rate - 10am until 4pm

All sessions are based on a 55-minute session.

Please note that our Senior Counselling Consultant operates on a separate fee structure and has limited availability. Appointments with her will be more than the price quoted above. Please contact us for more information.

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