Who am I?

By 26th April 2016 No Comments

Daniela Nicol

Diploma-level qualified counsellor

I am Daniela Nicol, a diploma-level qualified counsellor in person-centred counselling. Helping people feel better about themselves is something I feel passionately about. To have helped somebody accept who they are and learn to like or even love themselves is like a gift to myself. When somebody is able to allow things to flow and be connected the world becomes a better place for us all…

As a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP), I am registered on the BACP Accredited Voluntary Register under number 040577. This register ensures that clients have the option to choose from counsellors who are not only fully qualified but also possess the necessary experience and skills. It has been accredited by the Department of Health and is being administrated by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. For more information on how it works click here.

I provide counselling in High Wycombe at my private practice and also work with the Wycombe Counselling Service, run by Bucks Mind, counselling adults of all ages. Between 2010-2013 I worked at the Youth Enquiry Service (YES), a free counselling service for 13-25yr olds.


Some of the areas that previous clients have brought to counselling are:

  • depression
  • relationship issues
  • anxiety
  • sexual orientation
  • low self-esteem
  • experiencing racism
  • self-harming
  • bullying


  • Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Diploma in Counselling Children and Young People
  • Certificate in Counselling Supervision
  • Certificate in Counselling Skills
  • Certificate in Counselling Concepts


  • Anxiety
  • Anti-Bullying
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – Concepts and Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Sand Tray Therapy
  • Self Harming
  • Supervising Groups
  • Sustaining Positive Self-Esteem in Young People
  • Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Working with Families – Supportive Interventions