Counsellor Profile: Eila Platt

Recognising the need for counselling can be hard so I offer a space to talk. I have gained fifteen years’ experience working as a counsellor in prison, for a charity, in the NHS, church and substance misuse services.

I work in an integrative way with different counselling models according to what might be most helpful for you. This includes Person Centred, Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, Transactional Analysis and Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Counselling for Depression.​


Depression, anxiety, stress, bereavement, anger, shame, low self-worth, trauma, abuse, self-harm, relationship and addiction problems.


Christian Counselling diploma from Waverley Abbey/London School of Theology.
Accredited and registered member of The Association of Christian Counsellors.
Transactional Analysis 101, Counselling for Depression and accredited as an Interpersonal Psychotherapy Practitioner with IPTUK.
Mental health nurse trained.


I’m available for appointments on Thursday evenings, Friday afternoons and evenings and occasionally on a Saturday morning in Dronfield. By phone, video or in person. I am currently open to referrals.