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Psychotherapist / Cyber Therapist

Tracy Haynes

MSc, Dip Couns, MBACP Accredited

Founder of NeuroClear
Online therapist and specialist in trauma


Tracy Haynes’ interest in psychology began in 1994, with her own personal life experiences leading her into this field. Her interest in trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) developed whilst working for the Ministry of Defence for nearly 20 years, alongside serving soldiers in the British Army. 


She trained as a Person-Centred Therapist and specialised in trauma, completing a Master’s Degree (MSc) in ‘Psychological Trauma’ at Chester University. 


Having worked in a Male Prison, a Women’s Refuge and conducted trauma research with the Fire Service in the North West of England, Tracy qualified as an Accredited therapist with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She set up her own private practice and trained as an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) practitioner and a Certified Cyber Therapist.  


Tracy has an insatiable passion for helping people who suffer with their mental health. Her continual drive to learn and evolve her practice into online therapy has been instrumental in paving the way for the creation of Neuroclear and its focus on the future of psychotherapy.

My Story

I am an accredited psychotherapist/counsellor, EFT practitioner and certified cybertherapist.

I see people from all walks of life trying to understand themselves and make sense of who they are. I have the honour of walking with them on their unique journeys, linking current behaviours to past experiences. Together, we work on finding the best way for them to reach a more peaceful place.


Over the years, my way of working with clients developed its own style. I now see my therapeutic relationship with my clients as a journey of two halves.


The first half of the journey is about understanding and acknowledging what that person has experienced. We explore emotions, their impact on the body, and how it has affected their lives, relationships, work and whole existence.


Trauma can have negative effects, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), however, it can also have positive effects, such as Post Traumatic Growth (PTG).


The second part of the journey is where we explore PTG. We work on processing traumatic memories and taking control of emotions. We look at unwanted behaviours and create new neural pathways, focusing on self-esteem, confidence and building boundaries.


It is such a privilege to walk with all these different people and listen to their souls. Of course, I too have my own story, how I became who I am and what led me to have a passion for trauma. I personally know how difficult the therapeutic journey can be, but how rewarding and empowering it is when you reach your goal and find a new way of being.

Beautiful Landscape

We all have everything within that we need to discover our true self, sometimes we just need to be heard and understood to find it"



MSc Psychological Trauma (Distinction)

Certified Cyber Therapist

ABC Level 4 Diploma in the Theory & Practice of Counselling

ABC Level 3 Cert in Counselling Skills

Level 1 Counselling Course

Certificate in Sexual Minority Therapy

Training (CPD)

Psychological Trauma: Therapeutic Perspectives

Post Traumatic Stress

Personal and Professional Integration of Trauma Theory

Managing Traumatic Incidents

Research Methods

Confidentiality in Counselling

Freedom Programme Awareness, Bolton Women’s Aid

Trauma: Linked to Complex Grief

Working with the Suicidal Client

The Impact of Suicide: A Brief Overview

Working with Men

An Introduction to working with Children’s Loss & Grief

Trauma-Focused EFT

GDPR for Therapists Course

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