About Me

Faye Lowe Dip. Integrative Counselling


My name is Faye Lowe and I am a BACP Registered integrative counsellor based in Sidcup, Kent. I believe that the key to good counselling is the client and counsellor relationship. I work to build a relationship with you so that you feel safe to explore what is going on for you, even when this feels difficult. Working with clients is more than a job for me, it is a real passion and I love my work. It is such a privilege to be a part of a client’s journey, seeing them move from struggling with life towards a happier, calmer and more positive life.


I have always felt passionate about supporting people through their difficult times. I spent several years as a volunteer at MIND, working with service users with complex mental health issues. I have also spent the last few years supporting people with mental health issues within my workplace. It therefore felt like the most natural route to become a qualified counsellor.


As a counsellor I have worked with clients from varied backgrounds with a wide range of issues. I have worked with clients to support them through loss, bereavement, relationship problems, childhood trauma, domestic violence, terminal illness, health anxiety, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and many more issues.


If you are experiencing some distress, or wish to have a greater understanding of your life and situation, please get in touch and we can work together to find a better way forward for you.


I am conveniently situated in Sidcup with free parking and close to main transport links including a ten minute walk from Sidcup train station.


I am a Registered Member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). I adhere to their ethical framework, ensuring that I work in an ethical and safe way. This means that I will put your needs first and create a safe environment where you can place your trust in me.