Counsellor in Newport - Christian Davies-Trigg M.A.

Christian Davies-Trigg


In practice since 2005, is an innovative stress reduction therapist, psychotherapist and counsellor. Christian Davies-Trigg offers a natural approach for healthier living, greater relaxation, self awareness and inner peace. Christian has had a passion for counselling and in helping people overcome their challenges since his youth. He takes great care in continually developing his skills, but also to challenge his own ability to reach out to people who are in need of support. He is dedicated to improving mental health and well being and has worked with local authorities and Welsh Government to further this cause. He always attempts to provide a professional approach to his work but with a warm, open and relaxed manner. Christian provides counselling in Newport & Cardiff.



  • Christian is fully qualified in counselling, psychotherapy and consultative supervision. He has undertaken extensive training and gained numerous qualifications which include:
  • Masters Degree in Counselling (University of Wales)          
  • Diploma in Consultative Supervision (University of Wales)
  • Certificate in Relational Couples Therapy (Centre for Relational Couples Therapy)
  • AQA Intermediate Certificate in Counselling (Coleg Gwent)
  • Introduction to Counselling (Leicester University)
  • Training in Brief Solution Focused Therapy (Cardiff University Counselling Service)
  • Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherpy (International Institute for Clinical Hypnotherapy)
  • Safeguarding and Child Protection training - Level 1, 2 & 3 (Barnardos & South East Wales LSCB)
  • Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • BACP Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Registered Number: 024878)



  • As an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, Christian works inline with the BACP's code of ethics. He has a private practice in counselling and has worked as a counsellor for establishments such as Cardiff University, Coleg Gwent and Barnardo's. He currently works as a manager of a counselling service for the University of South Wales and has provided training in counselling as a visiting lecturer. He also provides counselling supervision to individual counsellors and group supervision within organisations.