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How I work with Clients

The therapeutic journey starts and ends with the individual but at the same time in therapy, we co-construct a relationship between ourselves as client and therapist, that is embedded within a low arousal framework. It is where a form of connection grows from a non-imposing space, so that there are no speculations as to what that space will appear to be, except free from distress and a feeling of being witnessed and validated by the other.

It is in this authentic space that we nurture and create a relational togetherness in the ‘we’ space that we may reflect and make new meaning in how we move forward both within the relationship but also as individuals.

As therapist and co-facilitator of this authentic ‘we’ space, this practice is bespoke to your needs. This means that it will take the shape of what is required for you and will evolve into a therapeutic process designed around how you interact. This has enabled us to provide a specialized support across a range of neurodivergent experiences as well as a range of disabilities. This also means that this therapeutic work can be adjusted to fit the needs of children, adolescents/teenagers and adults either face-to-face, online/telephone or a hybrid of both.

This way of working is very tailored to anyone exploring identity, where the focus is on how we can grow into where we need to be.

Face-to face may require some additional room booking.

Types of Therapy

Therapeutic approaches that I provide can vary between an integrative, pluralistic, trauma informed and attachment-based level depending on what each client’s needs are.

  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
  • Internal/External System Based Therapies
  • Trauma-Focused CBT
  • Humanistic and Person Centred
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) aka Tapping
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing)
  • Focusing
  • Sandtray, Play and Creative-Based Therapies


You’re in good-hands, my reviews say it all!

In all those years and different treatment for severe depression, I have never experienced the care and knowledge that I got from Raymi.

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For the first time in 50 years I am begining to know myself and forgive myself.

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I would recommend Raymi Doyle’s work to anyone who wants to live life rather than existing in the dark.

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This is a place where I can let my Autism out.

Therapy Testimonial

Raymi is clearly passionate and knowledgable about autism and clealy desires to pass on his learning.

Training Testimonial

Raymi has a wonderful sincerity and passion for the topic of Autism which shows in his ability to engage his learners.

Training Testimonial

Thank you for a very insightful and informative day Raymi.

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These things I learned could also be adapted to educate schools/teachers. especially the sensory learnings; extremely well put together and informative.

Training Testimonial

Raymi, you took a topic that is huge and delivered a course that answered many of the questions surrounding Autism, videos were pertinent and informative and your anecdotal evidence was relevant. I came to the course with a very basic understanding around the subject, and leave with huge resourses; thoroughly enjoyable, informative and well delivered. Thank you.

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Ethical Practice

As an accredited Psychotherapist/Counsellor, I abide by the Code of Ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), at all times.

All information will be treated confidentially.

Therapy will be offered regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability or age.

Counselling takes place within codes of practice where certain situations (e.g. serious harm to self or others, child abuse, and disclosure of criminal acts) may need to be disclosed with others. Although, normally follows discussion and permission of the client, I am legally bound to report such issues without permission.

Clients have the right to be treated with respect at all times and in ways which meet their particular needs.

Clients are encouraged to take part in planning their own therapy and especially in the setting of aims, objectives, costs and ending. All those coming for initial interviews will be given a clear explanation of any therapy proposed, including any risks or alternatives, before they decide whether to go ahead with the therapy. Please review the following links above for further information on my ethical responsibilities.

I am based in Belfast, but I can provide remotely accessed services across the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland in Psychotherapy, Clinical Supervision, Autism/neurodiversity practice.

I specialise in clinical, coaching, supervisory and therapeutic services for autistic/neurodivergent individuals and those providing support for autistic/neurodivergent individuals, as well as other neurodiversity experiences, trauma and attachment.

Our Services

UK Mainland, Northern Ireland & ROI counselling, psychotherapy and clinical supervisory services. Neurodiversity practitioner with specialisation in therapeutic support for individuals who identify as autistic and other neurodivergent ways of being. Trauma informed and attachment based support.