Hannah Creedon


Pronouns: She/Her

About me

I am a Queer Irish, Integrative Counselling Psychotherapist. I can offer a safe and non-judgmental space for us to explore what is troubling you.

I work with people aged 18+ from all backgrounds and identities.I understand that when in crisis, we should be treated with compassion, rather than judgement.  I believe in social justice, and that everyone should have access to help when they need it. I value transparent, direct and authentic communication, so I encourage clients to let me know if I have got something wrong. 

 I am committed to Anti Racism in my professional and private life, and I acknowledge that the onus is on me to educate myself about client’s intersectional identities. 

What I offer

I offer LGBTQIA+ Affirmative therapy: It is incredibly important to have access to a space where your identity does not have to be justified or explained.I am an Integrative counselling therapist, which means that I “integrate” different types of theories into the work. I encourage clients to take a holistic approach to their difficulties so that we can consider what gender, societal, cultural and/or political pressures might be influencing how you feel.

Some of the theories that influence my work include:

Gestalt therapy

The gestalt approach means focusing on self-awareness: on what is happening from one moment to the next or, in the Here and Now. Increased awareness and understanding of the present, of one’s immediate thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and of patterns of relating can bring about powerful change and new perspectives. 

 Humanistic therapy

The humanistic approach is about free will, self-discovery and achieving your full potential as a human being, rather than concentrating on individual problems or symptoms. It looks at everything that makes you who you are and focuses on you as a unique individual and your relationship with the world around you.

As well as integrating these theories, I also like to focus on the relational aspect of the work (i.e how your relate to me.) This might mean that we explore how it feels to let me in; or how it might be hard to be vulnerable. We can do this through honest communication, and building a feeling of safety with one another.


  • Postgraduate Diploma in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling – University of Brighton
  • Diploma in Integrative Counselling – Minster Centre, London
  • Certificate in Counselling Psychology-City Colleges, Dublin
  • MSc in Equality Studies-University College, Dublin

Specific areas of interest and training

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • gender issues
  • issues around ‘coming out’
  • self-esteem 
  • social isolation

Further training:

  • ADHD Training (Mindout)
  • Anti Racism Training
  • Chemsex Training (Terrence Higgins Trust)
  • GSRD (Gender, relationship and Sexuality Diversity) and Older people Training (Mindout)
  • HIV Awareness Training (Terrence Higgins Trust)
  • Trauma Masterclass (Gestalt Centre)
  • Trans 101 Training (Mindout)


I currently have weekday availability for face to face or online sessions. Face to face sessions are at my practice in central Brighton. 

Contact Me

Please feel free to email hannahctherapy@gmail.com to discuss availability, or if you have any questions. I hope to have our sessions in spaces that are as accessible as possible.

Whether you decide to work long or short term, the direction of the work is always down to you. I offer one to one sessions with adults (aged 18+) for 50 minutes. Sessions tend to be at the same time every week, in order to give us some structure in our work together.


Session are £60, payable before the session via Paypal.