Whether you are in a life transition or crisis, you wish to explore your own journey or you are seeking change, counselling can help to enhance the quality of your life and relationships.
People come to counselling for different reasons: relationships issues, bereavement, anxiety, depression, fertility and challenges in being a parent, addictions, confidence and self esteem issues, loneliness and others…
At times people start therapy just with a desire of more satisfaction and purpose in life, needing to gain more clarity and direction. I trust that challenges and issues carry an opportunity for inner transformation, self-development and healing.
In counselling you can explore the choices that you have and understand more your feelings, thoughts and actions.
My approach to counselling is Integrative. I work drawing from a variety of models of counselling according to individual needs and in a way that I feel is most valuable, therapeutic and effective for achieving positive change and transformation.
For me as a counsellor, it is important to create an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance to facilitate and enhance the therapeutic work.
I will not give you advice, or judge you, or direct you to take a particular course of action. I will not sit in silence either but actively interact and work with you.
Creating and maintaining meaningful and fulfilling relationships with self and others.
We all have the capacity and desire for self-realization, healing, intelligence and creativity and change happens at an individual pace and course.
I consider my work to be that of helping people to fulfil their potential and to connect with their inner essence and freedom.
I see clients on a medium or longer-term basis and also work on short-term solution focused therapy, as useful and appropriate.
As well as with people from the LGBT Community and Londoners who have Cross-Culturally relocated.