I offer face to face and online video counselling to adult individuals who are suffering from self-esteem and anxiety issues, to help them make positive changes to their life and to feel better aboutthemselves. Sometimes, it can seem that the easiest thing to do is bury our emotions and hope our difficulties just go away, but this rarely works and can make matters worse for you. If you want to break the cycle and change your situation, but don’t know how try talking to me.
PLEASE NOTE: During the COVID 19 pandemic, all sessions are offered on Skype or Zoom. My name is Linda K. Berkeley and I am an Anglo-American BABCP fully accredited CBT therapist and integrativepsychologist. Conditions I work with: depression, all types of anxiety, OCD, complex trauma/PTSD, substance misuse, eating disorders, personality disorders. Therapies offered: CBT, CFT, DBT, ACT. Children age 11+, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
We offer UK wide Counselling, CBT and Mindfulness. Our counsellors offer a variety low cost, face to face options and non-face to options via Zoom, Skype and Phone. We specialise primarily inDepression, Stress Management (either work or home-based), Anxiety (Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Stress, Panic Disorder, Phobias, OCD, etc), Self Esteem, Relationship Issues (Both one to-one-one and couples), Bereavement and Loss.
Sophie qualified as a Hypno-Psychotherapist in 1995 with the National School of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy and continues in her professional development with the National College of Hypnosis andPsychotherapy, whose qualification is properly regulated by the NCH (National Council for Hypnotherapy), the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy), the EAP (European Association for Hypno-Psychotherapy), and the BAC (British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education).
In order to become a Psychotherapeutic and Counselling Psychologist, I studied initially for three years at undergraduate level in Psychology and then completed a four year doctoral training course atthe University of Surrey. I work in a way that combines three different therapeutic approaches - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, and Humanistic/Person-Centred Therapy. Please see the About My Service page for an explanation of these terms.
When the mind suffers, the body cries out. It is our unresolved emotional issues, fears and difficulties of life which are the ones that lead eventually to the medical problems. I am trained inCognitive-Behavioural Therapy. I also use a variety of methods including Solution Focused and Gestalt techniques, Person-centred therapy and Psychodynamic approach. Because each client is unique, my approach is tailored to fit each person's individual needs. In 2004 I graduated with a BA (Hons) in Psychology.
My name is Yvonne Noble. I am an experienced, fully qualified Integrative psychotherapist and counsellor, accredited and registered with (UKCP) and a member of (BACP). I have many years experienceworking with people from all walks of life. Late afternoon/evening appointments are possible.
As a counselling psychologist, I am trained in a number of therapeutic approaches and tailor therapy to suit your needs. Whatever may be troubling you, I would look to provide a warm, considered andrespectful reply. After reading about the services I offer, should you wish to go ahead please do call or email me and we can arrange an initial meeting. Sessions are either in the centre of Oxford or the centre of Wantage, so do let me know which is more convenient for you.
If you are unhappy, overwhelmed or stuck, then looking for help is a step in the right direction. In a caring, sympathetic and confidential environment you will be able to talk openly in a way that isnot always possible with friends or family. I am a UKCP registered counsellor and psychotherapist with extensive experience working with individuals and couples.
Most of us experience depression, anxiety or stress at some stage of our lives, sometimes as a result of things that have happened, or in a general way that can't clearly be understood. In bothinstances, we need to take note of what we are experiencing and come to terms with the resulting pain, disappointment and confusion that can often arise.