Are you feeling depressed, anxious or stuck? Do you struggle with relationships, family, or at work? Have you reached a crossroads, but are uncertain how to move on? Or are you finding it hard torecover after a loss or traumatic experience? Perhaps you've been thinking of seeking help, but don't know where to start, or whom to trust. I am a qualified, experienced counsellor and psychotherapist working in north-west London.
My name is Barbara Faden. I am an experienced, professionally trained psychotherapist and counsellor conveniently based in NW6, West Hampstead in North West London. Here you can feel free to talkabout your thoughts and feelings in a safe, private, confidential and supportive setting.
Counselling or Psychotherapy can give you an opportunity to explore what is troubling you with a counsellor or psychotherapist in a safe, supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment. As anExistential Psychotherapist, I do not have a "one size fits all" approach. Existential Psychotherapy does not try to fit a person's life into neat theoretical boxes. We treat each person as an individual with their own specific experiences and character.
Online, Telephone and Face to Face work. Depression. Anxiety. Relationships Abuse. Sexuality Crises. Bereavement and most other issues worked with. Psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors andtherapists using CBT, EMDR, psychodynamic, person centred, existential and other approaches in Nationwide referral network.
We are highly experienced in providing counselling and psychotherapy in Central, North London and South Hertfordshire. We work psycho dynamically also employing cognitive and behavioural therapy andother approaches, delivering highly effective treatment. With guaranteed confidentiality we provides clients with a range of counselling and psychotherapy services for a host of conditions encouraging them to understand their issues and feelings and so have real choices.
We offer a safe, secure and confidential service with highly qualified professional therapists. We are committed to providing you with the best service we can and work hard to ensure that we are ableto meet your needs in the most convenient and flexible way possible. To do this we are based in several locations around central London. We also offer a flexible range of appointment times which include evenings and weekends.
London-based Dr Andrea Furst provides psychological services to individuals and teams. Dr Furst is a 'hands-on' applied psychologist in all service delivery modes, ranging from clinical individualconsultations, work-shopping, and keynote presentations, right through to observation and intervention at training and competition venues.
Issues they may bring include depression, anxiety, relationship or family issues, low self-esteem, anger, guilt, shame, grief or other worries, problems and challenges. I see people for counsellingand psychotherapy sessions in a relaxed, private and quiet office in Central London in Camden, NW1, very close to Mornington Crescent tube station. I am a Registered Member of both the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
CBT is often used in short bursts - typically between 6 and 20 sessions, though more or less may be required depending on the nature and duration of the problem. CBT focuses on specific goals andprovides practical strategies for coping with psychological problems. CBT teaches people a range of techniques and strategies to overcome problems, with the aim of enabling them to feel skilled and confident managing their difficulties, both in the short and longer term.
Many of us experience emotional difficulties at some point during our lives. At these times, we may turn to friends and family for help and support. But sometimes this is not possible, or not enough.It can be hard to seek help - perhaps you think that you should be able to sort things out for yourself. Maybe you feel embarrassed or ashamed of not coping. Or maybe things seem so overwhelming you can't imagine how they could improve. At this point, counselling and psychotherapy can help.