Corinne Hall

Therapeutic Counsellor, PGDip, MBACP (Reg)

Corinne is an experienced psychotherapeutic counsellor offering both long-term and short-term therapy.
She works for Anchor in our Reading clinic, on Mondays and Thursdays.
Corinne Hall

Therapeutic approach

Corinne has worked for a number of years as a therapeutic counsellor and offers short and longer term counselling. She has experience of working with a diverse client base and a wide range of issues, using an integrative framework. The use of a flexible approach allows Corinne to provide a safe, confidential and warm environment giving her clients the freedom to explore emotional difficulties. Corinne believes that the quality of the relationship between herself and the client is enhanced by her empathetic approach and her commitment to building a space of trust and understanding for each individual.

Sometimes the world can seem like a very difficult place. The decision to talk to someone other than friends or family can be hard. I believe that it’s the talking that helps, and that finding an open, honest space to look at feelings and issues can provide relief; it’s an old adage but I do believe that a problem shared is a problem halved.   My interest in counselling comes from a profound interest in people – I care what happens to my clients and want to understand what it feels like to be them. That way we can work collaboratively to find insight and change.

Areas of expertise

Corinne has experience helping people with a wide range of issues including:

  • Anxiety and stress
  • Relationship issues
  • Abuse
  • Addiction
  • Self-esteem

  • Depression
  • Bereavement
  • Eating disorders
  • Anger
  • Trauma

Qualifications and experience

Corinne has a Post Graduate Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, is a registered member of BACP and continues to be committed to developing her practice. She worked for many years in a counselling service at a Women’s Refuge working with victims of domestic abuse as well as with self referred and GP referred clients. After completing her first degree in 1985, Corinne worked in Finance and Public Relations and for a number of Charities. Corinne believes her professional and personal experience of bringing up three children add depth and understanding to her work. In addition to running a private clinic for Anchor in Harley Street, Corinne has set up and runs a counselling service in a GP’s surgery in Hampshire.


Corinne works as a counsellor at the following Anchor clinics: