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Nik Ethridge

Hi there and thanks for looking at my info page.

I have over twenty years experience in successfully supporting people to reach their full potential across a wide range of differing needs and issues.

I specialise in anxiety related issues, including fears, phobias, panic attacks, general anxiety along with relationship, employment or personal issues – I work with you to overcome anything that stops you being who you want to be!

The success of my approach is that its  ‘Fast and Solution Focused’.  What this means is, whilst acknowledging and validating your experience or issues, our focus is on finding a fast, effective and lasting solution that sets you free from what holds you back.

Having personally experienced anxiety related conditions in my younger life, and from many years working with clients who had a range of health and anxiety related conditions, I  understand how you feel and look forwards to working with you to overcome issues that hold you back from being who you want to be.

I am trained in a variety of different talking therapies including Hypnotherapy, Cognitive approaches, NLP, One to One WSN Counselling & Mindfulness; these approaches enable me to offer a unique approach that is tailor made specifically for you, and not a one size fits all… its as unique as you are!

All appointments are totally confidential, and I abide by a strict code of ethics in our practice. NCP– CHNC Code of Conduct

I am fully accredited and registered with a range of professional organisation’s for your assurance, these include the Complementary and Natural Health Care Council and the National Society of Psychotherapists (UK)

Psychotherapist / Integrative Psychotherapist / Hypno Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 65 £
Trial Rate 65 £
From The Consulting Centre, 348 Poole Road Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom (UK)
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Gosia Millward

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist / Psychotherapeutic Counsellor / Psychodynamic Psychotherapist / Psychodynamic Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 65 £
Trial Rate 50 £
From 225 Shoreditch High Street, London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Nick Gendler

I am a person-centred trained counsellor in practice since 2003 and a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). I am also a career coach, and am currently training for a diploma in counselling supervision. While I am training I charge £25 per hour for supervision.

All sessions are 60 minutes.

I’m based in Finchley, north London, and offer face to face and on-line counselling. I have many years experience working with people by Skype, Facetime, Zoom and other online platforms, as well as telephone. I do not offer text-only based support.

If any of the following describe your situation I am able to support you:

• Life issues: Career, Work and Redundancy, Identity, Relationships, Sexuality, Spirituality, Loss and Bereavement
• Anxiety and Stress: Fear or Phobia, Panic Attacks, Stress, Post-Traumatic Stress
• Feeling low: Feeling a lack of meaning, Anger, Low self-esteem, Unhappiness or Loneliness, Depression

Counsellor / Person Centred Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 65 £
Trial Rate 65 £
From 20 Dollis Park, Finchley, London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Paula Brown Counselling Services

Finding the right counsellor is an important step, the fact that you are here means that you have already made the biggest step in recognising you would like some support. 

Counselling is a safe space to offload and explore what’s going on for you. Counselling is not about me telling you what to do.  It might be helpful to provide you with coping techniques and strategies to support you to find your own way forward.

I will provide with you my time, commitment and compassion to your needs in a safe and comfortable environment. In working together, this may ease your distress and worries, by breaking things down into sizeable chunks.

Counselling may include exploring your past or recognising where low feelings/emotions maybe coming from.  This can support you to evaluate your needs for now and the future.  When considering a way forward, it is natural to experience anxiety or worry about what may happen, I can provide you with ways to support this and encourage your personal development.

 

 

Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 45 £
Trial Rate 45 £
From 9 Millersdale Avenue, Mansfield, United Kingdom (UK)
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Dave

With the outbreak of Corona Disease i am now offering support via Telephone and internet versions of face to face therapy, supporting people affected by the condition or illnesses that could be regarded as high risk during this tough period.

Life can sometimes be so complex and difficult that we do not always feel able to sort it out and get back to feeling “normal again”.

The complexity of life and the hardships that some people have to endure has always fascinated me, and having experienced many personal losses and life changing events myself, my passion has grown, and I would like the opportunity to “make a difference” and support those when it is most needed.

Working in my current work environments I understand how the demands of daily life and major life events such as a Bereavement, Domestic Violence, Physical/Sexual abuse, or divorce can leave us feeling overwhelmed, confused or even just sad.

I also have experience of supporting Family affected by MND, and emotional support around the journey they will be going through.

My role as your Counsellor is to help you to explore the feelings and emotions that are often related to your current/past life experiences. I offer you the opportunity to reflect on what is happening in your world and for me to support you therapeutically to explore alternative ways of copings and dealing with emotive issues, that impact negatively on your life and to family and friends that are dear to you..

I appreciate how difficult it can be to discuss personal problems or even where or how to begin, but I offer a safe place to express your feelings and concerns, listen to you without judgement, and give you the time and safety to explore your emotional concerns, and support you through your decision making process.

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Hourly Rate 45 £
Trial Rate N/A
From 9 Kidderminster Road, Bromsgrove, Worcs, St John's Counselling Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, United Kingdom (UK)
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Belinda Wilson - Psychotherapist

I am passionate about providing a safe, understanding psychotherapy and counselling space that can help you effectively overcome problems, learn new skills and make lasting change, ultimately helping you to find relief and achieve your aspirations.

I successfully completed my psychotherapy and counselling training at the School of Psychotherapy & Counselling at  Regent’s University (formerly Regent’s College) in London, and, completed further specialist training as a Master Practitioner for Eating Disorders at the National Centre for Eating Disorders in Surrey. My primary therapeutic approach is Existential, however, I also apply strands from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) where most beneficial to clients.

I am committed to equality and diversity, and I offer psychotherapy and counselling to a broad range of clients. I have successfully completed training in and have offered therapy to clients who require a British Sign Language (BSL) or mother tongue language interpreter.

I am UKCP registered and adhere to the UKCP code of ethics. I am also a Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and  a member of the Society for Existential Analysis (SEA). I am committed to continued personal and professional development and attend clinical supervision as part of best practice.

Existantial Psychotherapist / Psychotherapist / CBT Therapist / CBT Therapist
Hourly Rate 60 £
Trial Rate N/A
From 1a Chalk Farm Parade, Adelaide Road London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Mariella

I am a fully qualified and experienced Counsellor and Psychotherapist and a registered member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (MBACP) who works in accordance with the BACP’s Ethical framework.

I began my academic training in the field of Psychology at London Guildhall University and after extensive research on Community Mental Health Care I progressed onto a 3yr BACP accredited Postgraduate Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling. I qualified in 2008 and set up in private practice.

I have worked extensively with the following:

    Children & Adolescents
    Childhood Trauma
    Depression & Anxiety
    Relationship struggles
    Family Difficulties
    Loss & Bereavement
    Anger & aggression
    Survivors of Abuse
    Sexuality & sexual differences
    Attachment Disorder
    Cultural Identity
    Suicidal Thoughts
    Cultural Identity
    Meaninglessness & futility of life
    Work/life balance
    Job loss
    Illness
    Dependency
    Self Esteem

In 2013, I undertook a Diploma in Counselling Children & Adolescents Using The Arts which allowed to me to then go on and set up and run a Counselling Service at Lea Valley Primary School and The Complete Works Alternative Provision, working with vulnerable children and adolescents.

Therefore, in addition to my private practice I have also worked as a psychotherapist in community counselling agencies such as MIND, Barnet Community Counselling and Counselling Initiatives in Islington as well as with young people at Hornsey YMCA and Whitefields Secondary School. Hence, this has therefore provided me with experience in working with children and young people of all ages.

In addition to one to one counselling I can also offer bespoke well-being and pastoral programmes which can be developed for a variety of settings from primary and secondary schools to pupil referral units.

Using some of the key elements of counselling, I am able to work with individuals, groups and whole settings whereby I seek to develop working programmes that look at areas such as conflict resolution, working with others, listening and self esteem as well as addressing specific issues identified as being significant to that particular setting.
This may include areas such as friendship, eating disorders, bullying, collaboration, peer and family pressure, puberty and addiction.

I understand my work as a counsellor to be about providing you with a non-judgemental, safe, relational space, where my role is to facilitate you in addressing past experiences and how they impact on the present, the person you are today and support you in developing a deeper awareness of how you experience yourself privately, in relationships, in the world and in the present moment in the counselling relationship.

The counselling process can enable the possibility for exploring choices and change and can also lead to greater self-understanding, heightened self-acceptance, improved relationships with others and greater control over your life.

 

Counsellor / Integrative Psychotherapist / Humanistic Psychotherapist / Humanistic Psychotherapist / Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counsellor
Hourly Rate 60 £
Trial Rate 45 £
From United Kingdom (UK)
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Digna Patel

Hi and thank you for visiting my page.

I know from personal experience that counselling can be quite daunting especially if it’s your first time. If you are reading this then then I am glad you have got this far 🙂

In order to work as safely as possible during the current COVID-19 outbreak, I am available for sessions using online video calling, telephone and instant messaging services. This will allow me to be more flexible in booking sessions to support your needs in this uncertain time and also means that I can offer counselling sessions if you are based anywhere in the UK. I have limited evening and daytime sessions available please get in touch for more information.

There can be a lot of uncertainty going on for us in life as it is, but due to all the other events going around us at the moment this can be increased making it harder to cope with big and small things.

I love being able to support other people! We all struggle with things, we all face difficulties and challenges and no matter how big or small counselling can be a safe space to talk more about anything that is troubling you.

Please reach out if any one of the below statements reasonates for you:

    you struggle with not feeling good enough
    you compare yourself to other people, could be on social media or people you know and it leaves you feeling unhappy or less than
    you doubt yourself a lot
    you are constantly overthinking situations or things you said
    you find it difficult to say to others
    you feel like you don’t really know who you are

Even if the above statements don’t relate to how you feel that’s okay please feel free to contact me and we can talk a bit further about how I can support you.

I am a qualified integrative counsellor this means that I use a range of varying therapeutic approaches and tools to support you and your needs. As well as my counselling training and experience I also draw on my own personal experiences and lessons that I’ve learnt along the way where relevant for you.

​​I will provide you with emotional support by offering you a warm, empathic, confidential and non-judgemental space. By offering you a different perspective it can allow you to see problems and issues in a way that you may not have noticed before. In this space you can start to gain awareness and acceptance from which healing and change can begin.

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or would like to book a session.

Take care and all the best on your counselling journey 🙂

Digna

Counsellor / Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counsellor
Hourly Rate 60 £
Trial Rate 45 £
From United Kingdom (UK)
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Tommy Hammond CBT REBT

I am a trainee counsellor/psychotherapist based in Bristol. I work in private practice and remotely as a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist for Cholmley Gardens GP surgery in London. I am currently offering online video therapy sessions due to the current pandemic.  I offer a safe space where you can be heard and your issues acknowledged with empathy and understanding. I look forward to hearing your unique story and helping you with the transformative effects of CBT.

As a trainee I am offering a discounted rate of £30 per session.

CBT Therapist / Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 45 £
Trial Rate 45 £
From 9 Rockside Gardens, Bristol, United Kingdom (UK)
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Victoria Sharman

I am the founder of V2Recovery where I work with individuals, couples and families. I have a passion in helping and supporting people experiencing any form of relationship distress and aim to make a difference in their quality of life. I use a relational approach in my work that brings the amazing benefits of therapy that attends to emotional and physical health in treating depression, trauma, and addiction. I have special interest in treating Post Traumatic stress.

Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 75 £
Trial Rate 75 £
From 34, Alicia Avenue, Alicia Avenue Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom (UK)
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Sylvia

I am passionate in taking the stigma and taboo away from mental health and therapy.  I strive to make therapy as accessible as possible and to ensure that my clients can get the support they need.  I acknowledge that many clients come to therapy when they are worried, stressed, overwhelmed and some times frightened.  I work to improve mental well being and resilience and to work with clients to support them to feel that they can cope with issues and concerns and can work towards their goals at their own personal pace.

I work well with clients who find it difficult to talk about how they feel, or ask for what they need.  I help clients to build self esteem, be more self compassionate and build the tools they need to maintain mental wellness and resilience.

 

Psychotherapeutic Counsellor / CBT Therapist
Hourly Rate 60 £
Trial Rate 45 £
From 322C Kingsland Road, London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Aryeh Sampson

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I specialise in helping couples and individuals improve their relationships and overcome anxiety, anger and depression. I  also work with a wide range of other issues.

I am an experienced BACP accredited psychotherapist and certified Imago relationship therapist with training in CBT. I have a Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Regents College and have been in private practice since 2009. My approach is integrative, and  I am a recognized provider for WPA, AXA  and BUPA.

How can I help?

1)  Marital and Relationship Issues

As a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist I work with individuals and couples to understand the causes of their difficulties and  rebuild love and connection in  their relationships.

Couples often experience a breakdown of communication, that causes a fight and flight  reaction. These may become repetitive cycle of self destructive behaviour were  anger expressed spins out of control .A reduction of emotional closeness, trust and physical intimacy  follows which can lead to crises in the relationship, affairs and even the threat of divorce.

Together we explore what you need, why there is disconnection and  how you can get the relationship you want. A key to this is building open and calm  communication in order to understand  each other, resolve conflict and meet each others needs . We also focus on building greater appreciation,  care and fun to  reignite love and connection in the relationship.

2) Overcoming Anxiety ( Generalised Anxiety Disorder & Panic attacks)

Anxiety comes from underlying fear. To overcome it, we need to understand what the fear is and what is causing it. Sometimes it can be based on illusory thinking, where a person focuses on the worst case scenario coming true. These thoughts need to be challenged so we can eliminate them. . When the fear is a real one, it needs to be confronted by taking appropriate action. There are times when anxiety is based on the influences from past experiences, which need to be addressed to resolve them.

3)  Anger Management

Anger can wreak havoc in a person’s life. With anger management a person gains understanding into what’s triggering the anger and how to change the way you respond. This can be by expressing feelings in a healthy way, and taking appropriate steps to solve the underlying cause of the anger. In each case anger management is tailored to the needs of the clients.

Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 75 £
Trial Rate N/A
From 18b North End Road, Golders Green London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Adrienne

Hello , I am a qualified experienced Counsellor and Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

I help clients with a wide range of problems.

Through many years of experience and dealing with a variety of different situations, I have developed the depth of knowledge and life experience to provide a real understanding and empathy to my clients needs .

Counsellor
Hourly Rate 50 £
Trial Rate 40 £
From Willowcroft, The Ridge, Linton, Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom (UK)
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Hal M.

Hello there dear reader, my name is Hal, short for Haldun Hüseyin Musazlioglu (just call me Hal, everyone does).

When people ask me how I got into psychotherapy, I usually say it got to me first:
I was 12 years old when I first had to see a therapist. People near me (ironically not my parents) noted already back then my permanent gloomy and melancholic outlook on life – even this in Germany where I was born, by all means not a country known for its ‘cheerio!’ attitude. Years later, I was diagnosed with dysthymic depression and finally had to be put on anti-depressants aged 30 after a preceding psychotic episode (my way of a mid-life crisis: not blowing a lot of money, but instead losing gradually touch with reality). It was also around this time when my aunt in Turkey shared that the entire matrilineal side of our family had prolonged battles with depression. Thanks, mum.

On top of this, our Muslim upbringing didn’t aid much to my family’s mental health. It also doesn’t do much for you if you realise you’re gay, and you eventually need to come out. As I had to. And did. My mum cried for three months, realised eventually her son will never be the imagined prim solicitor/doctor with wife and kids, so reverted instead to hate my tattoos.

By age 19, I had properly felt sick and tired of that kind of constrained upbringing, also of the Germans, so moved to London (though frankly, now I feel like that with the English, but this is for a different forum…)

After several more years bumbling through various underpaid customer service jobs,  I studied Art & Design/more or less useful degrees (Furniture Design. Yes, seriously.) and tried myself out among other things as a film extra and a Stand-up comedian (memorably, I died in a North-London pub in front of an audience that consisted of my ex-boyfriend and Russell Brand), I looked finally into how I could use my own experiences with depression, inter-cultural clashes, emerging kink-sexualities, an HIV+ status and a fanatical liking for Heavy Metal, so I eventually studied counselling.

By 2012 I started my counselling studies and after around 5 years, including one failed year of CBT (blowing finally a lot of money after all), I decided to stick with the humanistic school of therapy of Person-Centred counselling, developed by Carl Rogers. From the 1940ies on, already being a bit of a hippie and believing that everyone is innately ‘good’, he decided to emphasise the non-hierarchical alliance between client and therapist, while maintaining an “unconditional positive regard”.

And I soon found it worked for me – and for my other job, which is in mental health rehabilitation.

Then in August 2019, I also started my MSc degree in Psychology with Arden University. My plan after I finish in around three years’ time, is to fall into a very relaxing coma.

Until then, I genuinely find a lot of fulfilment through my work, so please don’t hesitate to ask me questions about whatever life has thrown at you.

Das alles übrigens gerne auch auf deutsch!  ; )

 

Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counsellor / Mindfulness Based Psychotherapist / Person Centred Psychotherapist / Person Centred Psychotherapist / Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapist / Psychotherapeutic Counsellor
Hourly Rate 50 £
Trial Rate 30 £
From Flat 7 Artisan Apartments, 16 Montford Place London, Greater London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Mari Green

Hello, as you are looking at my profile, I am guessing that you are feeling in need of help, you may feel that you can’t cope, things are spiralling, you are drowning. Perhaps you feel that you are the only one to feel like this and you will never feel ‘normal’ again. I understand how awful those feelings are and I can help you to regain control of your feelings and your life, see things clearly and to make better choices for a better future and fulfil your potential
I am an established very experienced Counsellor, over 10000 face to face sessions with clients over 14 years. I offer counselling to individuals and couples face to face in Stowmarket or online (webcam, email or text) and have been awarded Senior Accreditation status by British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
I also offer Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing which is helpful for all trauma, anxieties, phobias and can really help if you are stuck in negative thought cycles.

I offer long and short term work for Private or Corporate Clients and am an Approved Adoption Counsellor and my registration with Link Barnardo’s enables me to offer counselling for all issues connected to adoption.

Counsellor / CBT Therapist / EMDR Therapist
Hourly Rate 60 £
Trial Rate N/A
From Red Gables, Ipswich Road Stowmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom (UK)
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Paul

We are living in challenging times of fear, uncertainty and confusion,

Many people are noticing our differences rather than what unites and connects us all.

It’s easy to get distracted or even addicted to relying on what the media want us to focus on and worry about, whilst losing our sense of self.

We’re not taught or encouraged in many western establishments these days to practice self-inquiry or reflection. This is not good for personal autonomy or building courage or confidence.

It’s also easy for us to lose touch with how we feel, perhaps because we are afraid of what others might think of us if we dare to think differently.

Thankfully coming to counselling and other self-development work can be a way of learning to manage and cope with uncertainty. And get back in touch with what is important to us, and reconnect with our true feelings and senses.

From here we can grow both mentally and physically stronger and more confident of who we are, and what is right for us and our loved ones.

I always want my work to be first and foremost about being of service to others.

I’ve had an awareness for many years that much of the suffering and terrible things that happen in the world are fundamentally unnecessary and wrong. And that collectively we can help each other to grow stronger and more resourceful individuals and communities.

Self-development is not only an investment in yourself, but it’s also an investment in society in that we are saying we are committed to becoming a better version of ourselves each day.

Maybe now is the perfect time to invest in yourself? More and more people are seeking to become more self-actualizing and to reach their true potential.

What would you like to understand better, react differently to, grow stronger in, or be more accepting of?

One of the ways we can do this is by, when possible, making use of the challenges and adversity we face by seeing them as opportunities to grow.  Of course, this is not always easy!

I have found through activities like ‘Wim Hof method’ cold therapy training. What doesn’t kill us can most definitely make us stronger.

If we take sensible risks and practice over-riding our fight-flight responses, we can develop the resilience we need through gentle repetitive exposure to what we find challenging. This can help us to re-write our responses.

As well as reducing the need to over-rely on medication to function, which also risks putting harmful toxins into our bodies as well as having potentially negative side effects including addiction.

It’s far better to get back in touch with our true nature the way our ancestors were.

 

 

Integrative Psychotherapeutic Counsellor / CBT Therapist / Counsellor
Hourly Rate 45 £
Trial Rate N/A
From Borough House, Borough High Street London, London, United Kingdom (UK)
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Simi Valecha Johnson

I’m an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist accredited by the HCPC (UK) I specialise in Online Therapy with adults and younger people transitioning into adulthood.

Psychotherapist / Integrative Psychotherapist / Counsellor
Hourly Rate 75 £
Trial Rate N/A
From Working Online only, United Kingdom (UK)
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Ellena Fries

I’m a UKCP registered Psychotherapist with a body oriented approach. More than 20 years of experience have given me time to acquire a variety of tools and insight into many approaches to meet the needs of each client in an individual way that respects each person’s own wisdom towards healing.

Main specialities are trauma, depression, anxiety, spiritual development, anger management, berievement among many others.

I work online and face to face and the body oriented aspect can be practised surprisingly well via video links – I’m myself receiving support and supervision in this way.

I’m a psychodynamic and body oriented psychotherapist with my a practice in Penzance, Cornwall. Genuine compassion, kindness, mindfulness, contact, depth, kind confrontation and humour are some keys to describe the way I work. The aim is to build a trusting relationship that creates a sense of deep safety and can also withstand a challenge if that might be needed.

Sometimes words are not enough or cannot reach the place that wants to be reached. The way I integrate talking therapy and the body oriented approach depends on each individual client and their specific needs. With some clients I ‘only’ talk, but I will alwyas encourage mindfulness of breath and body.

Body oriented psychotherapy has proven most helpful for trauma, anxiety and panic disorders and depression. If you are feeling sad, experiencing relationship issues or just having a hard time feeling overwhelmed with life, your children or an illness, there will be a way forward.

Is it for you?

    If you have been in therapy and found that just talking didn’t get you to the place you needed to go …
    If you have ever craved for a therapy that gives you the space and the guidance to go deep and express, what feels unexpressable…
    If you have noticed that when you feel depressed or anxious your body also seems to be suffering like IBS, being tense or aching

…then a body oriented approach might just be what you have been looking for. Our body is a miracle. It houses our personality, our spirit and our soul. Whatever we do or whatever happens to one of these aspects is intrinsically linked with the others.

What happens during treatment?

Talking is still a main tool in my therapy practice. But alongside the mind with its capacity to articulate and analyse, I will invite the whole of your Being to be present. We will work with body awareness, learning how to sense what your body feels like and to notice its messages. In order to do that I might invite you to close your eyes, deepen your breath or if appropriate to lie down. We might do specific exercises to support your grounding or the way you set boundaries. It is absolutely possible to do this via video link.

The only think we cannot do via video link is this: Sometimes I use touch (only in agreement with the client)  and I might use a particular massage: Biodynamic Massage, also called Gerda Boyesen Method. It is a  very therapeutic massage, that has been especially developed to work with the mind/body connection.

Essence – Simply Being – or: who are we really?

When we embark in deep psychotherapy, sometimes we find ourselves on the path of spiritual growth and a search for our true self. Metaphysical questions might open up and the journey becomes its own purpose. Spiritual development and coaching can be part of a treatment agreement. Mindfulness techniques and Meditation are both very nourishing for the soul and the nervous system and can take us beyond the realm of the thinking mind into Simply Being.

About myself

Born in 1960 I grew up in Germany near the French border. In 2002 I came to Cornwall. I work in private practice in Penzance and for Occupational Health, RCHT Truro. I have over 20years experience and still love it.
I’m passionate about spiritual development. I’m a Buddhist and a student of the Ridhwan school. I’m a  trained Yoga teacher and I have a degree in Social Anthropology, I care for the planet and I support  multiculturalism. I love humour, nature and the arts. Walking, painting and dancing are favorites. All the ‘hard facts’ like membership bodies and training you will find further down in my profile.

Thank you for reading this. I appreciate that you are taking the time.

Psychotherapist / Body Psychotherapist / Biodynamic Psychotherapist / Biodynamic Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 50 £
Trial Rate 35 £
From 31A Market Jew Street, Penzance, Cornwall, United Kingdom (UK)
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Joanne Walker

I’m a Graduate Integrative Counsellor, providing short and long-term theapy. I don’t diagnose you or tell you what to do, rather support you with whatever it is you wish to bring. I offer a collaborative and understanding therapeutic relationship believing that Counselling helps with many problems whether they are relational, emotional or caused by trauma. It provides some time and space to focus on your concerns, often leading to gaining insight and clarity. It’s an opportunity for honest open communication, without the fear of judgement and repercussions. This self-exploration tends to aid growth and healing, ultimately resulting in change and acceptance. You will be both seen and heard, whatever it is you’re going through.

Integrative Psychotherapeutic Counsellor
Hourly Rate 55 £
Trial Rate 35 £
From Brighton Therapy Practice, 9a Prince's Street Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)
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Sharan Thiara

I am a qualified Psychotherapist counsellor who practices with a Humanistic & Integrative approach. This means I will focus on the needs of you, using techniques from different approaches.

Each and everyone of us are unique and therefore I do not feel I am the expert of you and can tell you what to do, my belief is to support and guide you, with my experience to help you work through your concerns. So that you can start to feel more complete within yourself.

The first step in starting counselling can feel overwhelming, bringing past thoughts to the surface and stirring up feelings of being judged, neglect, not trusting the other. My attitude is to value you for doing the best you can. It can be tough for us at times. Let us accept us for who and how we are right now at this moment.

I have personal experiences around being judged, mental health as well as trauma, so please do not feel you are alone. Once we allow ourselves to sit with the uncomfortable feelings, we will begin to flourish.

Counsellor / Integrative Psychotherapist / Humanistic Psychotherapist
Hourly Rate 45 £
Trial Rate 30 £
From Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom (UK)