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Who is Spill?

Spill is a company on a mission to make therapy and counselling more accessible, supporting progressive organisations including Bulb, Rightmove and Typeform. Spill is registered with the BACP, the UK's leading counselling body.

Spill is a safe and secure way to speak to a qualified professional about anything that's going on in your life. Because Spill is an independent organisation, the support you receive remains fully anonymous and confidential: no one at Quilter will know who has or hasn't used Spill's services.

About the Spill therapists

All Spill therapists are registered with BACP, UKCP, or another UK Standards Authority governing body. Every Spill Therapist has completed at least three years of academic therapy training and has at least 100 clinical hours under training supervision. Most of our therapists have been practising for decades.

Spill's hiring process is particularly stringent. Therapists go through a five-step application process designed to test for various competencies. Less than 5% of qualified applicants are offered roles at Spill — by contrast, Oxford University admitted 17.5% of applicants with the requisite grades in 2015.

Spill Boundaries

Every successful relationship starts with a clear set of boundaries. Your relationship with Spill is no different. Boundaries make sure you don't expect us to be something we're not. Find out what the boundaries are here.

Meet some of the Spill therapists

Graham Landi

Counsellor and coach

Graham spent 25 years in the corporate world before retraining as a counsellor and coach, and has been practising for nine years now, giving him an unparalleled view into both the fundamentals of the human condition as well as the pressures of corporate life. Graham is accredited with the National Counselling Society, and is a member of the Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Tracy Sedgeworth

Counsellor and psychotherapist

Tracy is a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist with over 10 years of experience, working to help clients with a range of issues such as anxiety and depression, stress, confidence, self-esteem and family problems. Tracy is registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy. 

Victoria Escott

Counsellor

Victoria runs her own counselling private practice as well as working online with clients through Spill. She is an integrative counsellor, drawing on different disciplines in order to help clients to find healing, insight and personal growth. Victoria is accredited with the National Counselling Society, and has an Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Counselling.

How to access Spill's services

Find out how you could benefit from personal counselling via Spill, and how to use their services, whether it’s a one-off question, a one off counselling session or a course of personal therapy.

Access Spill's services

While we are delighted to offer advisers access to Spill’s services through our There For You hub, please note that Spill is an independent organisation providing specialist workplace mental health support. Any views, opinions and guidance provided by Spill is wholly independent  and the inclusion of any Spill-related content on this site should not be regarded as an endorsement by the Quilter group of such content.