Swindon & Marlborough Counselling & Psychotherapy

Simeon Vellani is a fully qualified Transactional Analysis Psychotherapeutic Counsellor professionally trained at the Metanoia Institute in London which has a heritage spanning 30 years and is internationally recognised for providing high quality training in the psychological therapies.  

I practice a Relational and Psychodynamic form of Transactional Analysis which is integrative and draws upon Humanistic, Psychoanalytic and Cognitive Behavioural approaches, this permits me to tailor therapy to your individual requirements.  Transactional Analysis (TA) can be applied to Psychotherapy, Counselling & Therapeutic Coaching in order to effect a desired change. The key TA belief being that we are all capable of change. 


Before training as a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor I gained over 20 years experience in industry in a number of global blue chip companies in various senior leadership positions.  Since 2011 I have practiced  in  a number of different organisations including the Metanoia Institute Counselling and Psychotherapy Service in London and  Cotswold Counselling in Gloucestershire, in addition to my private practice in Wiltshire and the surrounding area. See LinkedIn profile for more detail.

I belong to the following Organisations & Accredited Registers:

-Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

-European Association for Transactional Analysis

-Professional Standards Authority Accredited Register (BACP)

I am also registered with the UKCP  as a psychotherapist in training. What is the difference  between a Counsellor and a Psychotherapist ? Follow this link to learn more. 

These membership's safe guard standards and demands continuous professional development. I subscribe to the ethical, professional rules and guidelines of all these organisations.

Continuing Professional Development

I am in the final stages of completing:

-Master of Science in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy and CTA at the Metanoia Institute/(University of Middlesex) 


Please Enquire on +44 (0) 1672 556141 or use the form on my Contact Page