Integrative Counselling and Therapy in West and Central London
West Hampstead Counselling - The City
Is life becoming more problematic?
Struggling to manage or understand your feelings?
Our capacity to be authentic can often be related to a meaningful and fulfilling life. Working through our own pain enables us to connect more deeply with ourselves. This search gives us the opportunity to find a better sense of who we are and what we are capable of in our lives.
I am an integrative humanist therapist working with individual clients and couples. My humanistic rooted approach leads me to firmly believe in our own capacity to heal ourselves when faced with personal difficulties. In my practice I provide a confidential safe environment to reflect explore and promote well-being engaging with people in either short or long term work depending on needs presented.
I have worked as a therapist and group facilitator for many years helping clients struggling with depression, anxiety, bereavement, addiction, traumatic experiences, self acceptance, gender related difficulties and many other issues.
I offer counselling and psychotherapy in 2 locations - West Hampstead Counselling near Kilburn or at Queen Victoria Street near Blackfriars in Central London.
Counselling or Psychotherapy?
The focus of the work determines the route.
Counselling - When at times difficulties in a relationship can leave us questioning reasons to be there. This is particularly useful with goal setting work when persistent difficulties or patterns of behaviour are involved.
Psychotherapy - Used when our view of the world and underlying assumptions shaped by our life experiences lead us to repeat negative patterns of behaviour. Such as, why do I tend to attract a particular person type in my relationships? Feeling second best again?
My practice here is very close to Kilburn and West Hampstead Stations. Click Here for a map.
My City practice is located in the Albert Buildings in Queen Victoria Street, very close to Mansion House tube station and Cannon Street mainline station, and about half a mile from Blackfriars Bridge. Click Here for a map.