Deciding to seek help and then choosing a counsellor can be a daunting prospect, especially if you are already in emotional distress. I hope this website will be informative however, don't hesitate tocontact me directly to talk through your questions. In counselling the client and psychotherapist sit together in a quiet, confidential room.
My private psychology, counselling, and psychotherapy service in the City of London and Kensington aims to develop a unique understanding of each person and to offer an individually tailored approachto helping you with your problems. You do not need to be referred by your GP or a mental health professional to make contact with me although if you are paying through private health insurance you may need to do so. When we first meet we will have a 50 minute assessment session.
If you have googled this site, the chances are you are already aware that something is not quite right in your life. You try do the right thing, you are working all hours, you are dedicated to yourpartner or family, but you are left at the end of the day feeling stressed out or just plain unhappy. If you are held back from what you really want to achieve in life but never get round to doing something about it, you may start to feel tired, depressed, even defeated.
Do you find yourself becoming anxious, stressed out, angry and worrying all the time? Are you having relationship problems with family, friends or at work? Are you experiencing a lack of purpose inyour life and feeling disconnected from the world and those around you? Has it become hard to enjoy and engage with life? Have you lost someone close to you? Do you suffer from periods of sadness, despair or depression? Is someone close to you having problems around alcohol, drugs or eating?
We provide a confidential, safe and impartial space where you can talk with a qualified and experienced Counsellor / Psychotherapist about difficult emotional issues which may be stopping you fromgetting the most out of your life. Therapy is increasingly recognised as a very effective way of dealing with personal problems. It provides a safe and reliable environment in which to talk things over and explore your feelings in a non-judgmental setting, often impossible to find elsewhere.
Psychotherapy helps to work through many issues. This can include; anxiety, feeling low, relationship problems, jealousy, stress, repeated patterns of behaviour, work problems, grief, self-esteem,self-harming or suicidal thoughts, addictions, anger, body image or eating issues, wanting to know yourself better.