About Us

The Mind Mob is led by Carol McCloskey alongside a team of trusted associates – all of whom are qualified counsellors.

The key aim of The Mind Mob is to make therapy and therapy tools and techniques more accessible to everyone by embracing online working.

The team draw on a range of counselling methods including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Person Centred Therapy.

The MindMob Team

The Team

Carol McCloskey (MBACP)

Since qualifying in 2005 I have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of different issues and difficulties that people bring. I have worked as a staff counsellor dealing with stress and anxiety and have also spent many years as a bereavement counsellor at a local hospice. I understand how difficult coping and adjusting to loss can be – and the range of emotions that can overtake you.

I believe that counselling can help find ways to cope with life’s challenges, through talking and exploring our stories and experiences in a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space.

I am trained in different approaches and work with each person to find the best way to provide the support and help you need. Sometimes talking through issues is enough. At other times sharing some techniques and tools to explore thoughts and feelings may be useful to help change unhelpful thinking patterns or manage anxiety.

I also have an interest in writing for therapy/wellbeing. Writing isn’t for everyone, but it can be another way to explore parts of yourself and your experiences.

Carol McCloskey
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Jane Askew (MBACP)

Before becoming a counsellor, Jane started her career as a teacher of technology, in the days when desktop computers were cumbersome and games involved PacMan & Space Invaders. This continued interest in technology has been hugely beneficial in exploring and evolving the opportunities for online counselling. More recently Jane has been working as a bereavement counsellor at a local hospice and during this time fell in love with group work. Jane is instrumental in developing the groupwork we offer at The Mind Mob.

Rebecca Duncan (Becca) (MBACP Accred)

Rebecca has worked in private practice for many years and worked for Cruse Bereavement Care as a counsellor and supervisor. Rebecca is also a counselling supervisor providing support and clinical supervision for both trainee and qualified counsellors.

Rosalind Hobbs (Ros) (MBACP)

Ros is a counsellor for a local charity for people who have experienced physical & emotional trauma. As well as delivering individual therapy to clients she also trains new counsellors in this role. She previously worked as a mental health social worker for 12 years.

Any Questions?

If you would like to know more about online therapy, you can read more here or contact us for a chat.