Looking for counselling in Bank, Kings Cross, Muswell Hill or Online?
Welcome to my website - I hope I can help you
Looking for counselling in Kings Cross or Muswell Hill; or a counsellor in Liverpool Street or Bank?
Welcome to my website - I hope I can help you. If you are looking for a counsellor in Bank (EC2V), Liverpool Street (EC2M), Muswell Hill (N10), Kings Cross (NW1) or online, then please read on to find out more about me and how I work.
I am a fully qualified and experienced counsellor, and a Registered Accredited Member of the BACP (Reg MBACP (Accred)), having completed a BACP-accredited Diploma in Counselling. I could help if you are looking for a counsellor in Bank, Liverpool Street, Kings Cross or Muswell Hill, and I am committed to providing counselling in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment. I work with individuals for an agreed time period or on an open-ended basis, with the aim of enabling you to enhance your life and to live it more fully. I also provide couples counselling.
As a counsellor, I am experienced in helping clients going through a range of difficulties (with particular interest/experience in bereavement, domestic violence, relationship issues and student/staff counselling, as well as Christian/spiritual counselling). People may come for many different reasons but the following are some examples:
Locations - Counselling in Kings Cross/Camden, Muswell Hill, Bank/Liverpool Street and Online
My Central London practices are in Bank (EC2V) and Liverpool Street (EC2M), which are within easy reach of Bank, Moorgate, Liverpool Street, Fenchurch Street, Aldgate and the City of London; and in Kings Cross (NW1), close to Kings Cross St Pancras, Mornington Crescent, Camden Town and Camden Road. My North London practice is in Muswell Hill (N10), close to Highgate, East Finchley, Bounds Green and Alexandra Palace.
Online therapy is offered over Zoom or Skype.
Daytime, evening and weekend appointments available in Kings Cross, Bank, Liverpool Street and Muswell Hill.
Just email me or call me on 07527 233980 to set up a suitable appointment.
What to do next:
If you wonder whether you could benefit from counselling, why not email me or call me on 07527 233980 to set up an initial session to see how I work and how we get on? Choosing a counsellor can be a very personal decision and I would support you to find a counsellor with whom you feel comfortable. If you are looking for a counsellor in Bank, Liverpool Street, Kings Cross or Muswell Hill, please do get in touch.
My main approach is 'gestalt', although our work together will inevitably include influences from other approaches, such as CBT, person-centred counselling, psychodynamic counselling etc.
About Gestalt Counselling
'Gestalt' is a German word, meaning 'whole', with the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. The aim of Gestalt counselling is the discovery, exploration and experience of wholeness as a person, by integration of all parts. This allows you to become fully what you already are, and to fulfil the potential of what you can become.
What Conditions Can it Help?
Gestalt is a very versatile counselling approach, which can be adapted to most people and circumstances. As the main aim is development of awareness, rather than focusing on specific symptoms or conditions, Gestalt counsellors tend not to use 'labels' or diagnoses but see the person as a 'whole'. Many clients may come with general feelings of unhappiness, confusion or dissatisfaction. Others may come with specific difficulties.
What Benefits can be Expected?
Benefits include increased awareness, which allows you to use your own inner resources to make choices and manage your life or specific situation more effectively.
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