Psychotherapy and Counselling
Julie Barnes - Counselling, Supervision and 1:1 Development / Coaching
"In good, bad and troubling times, I’ve found comfort, hope and new opportunities from working 1:1 with a trained counsellor and personal developer. It’s a place where I can recharge; take time to reflect and review; say and think the unthinkable and work out what I want to do next, without being judged or told what to do!" (1:1 Development Client)
Julie Barnes has vacancies for 1:1 counselling, personal development and clinical supervision at the Magnolia Therapy Centre in Carrington and the Bay Therapy Centre in Ladybay.
I offer a constructive and confidential environment in which to explore and work on the questions and issues you wish to bring. With a background in person centred therapy and whole person learning, I am committed to working creatively and collaboratively, supporting people in:
- facing their challenges,
- building on their strengths,
- unlocking their true potential and
- creating the lives they want to live.
I also have vacancies for clinical and workplace supervision supporting quality practice and practitioners.
If you would like to talk about working together, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0115 914 3830 .
Julie Barnes BSc. MSc. Diplomas in Person Centred Counselling and Person Centred Supervision. Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner, Whole Person Facilitator and 1:1 Developer with the Oasis School of Human Relations. Working within the BACP ethical framework.
Mindfulness Core Process Psychotherapy - Silvia M. Smet MA DIP.PR
I am a fully qualified psychotherapist and offer a style of Psychotherapy (CPP) that is in-depth , holistic, and psycho-spiritual in nature.
I offer a safe, confidential and compassionate space in which I work in a relational, and collaborative manner. I am happy to explore whatever difficulties you wish to bring. This may not be anything specific, but more of a feeling around:
- Feeling that you are quite capable and can cope with your life, and yet, something within you still feels ‘bad’…
- Feeling that despite your experiences and successes, or even after a new start, you appear to find yourself in the same problematic situations …
- Or you may simply feel distressed as we find yourself going around and around in the same old circles …
I offer a talking therapy that Is an unique blend of Eastern and Western psychology, to which I bring the skills of ‘the ancient Art of Mindfulness’ , underpinned by an deep understanding of the nature and transformative powers of the psyche.
CPP integrates aspects of humanistic person centred - , relational -, mindfulness-, somatic -, and transpersonal approaches, all of which are supportive of our process towards wholeness.
I orient towards wholeness, and as such do not pathologise, rather preferring to define the territories for our exploration. I have worked with client who struggled with:
- Anxiety and depression
- Chronic pain or ill health
- Complex trauma
- Developmental trauma
- Difficulties with accepting changes in life
- Discontinuation of prescription medication
- Emotional overwhelm and distress
- Inter-generational trauma
- Lack of wellbeing
- Loneliness and isolation
- Loss and bereavement
- Recovery from narcissistic relationships
- Spiritual Awakening
- Support with our end-of-life processes
- Unresolved childhood difficulties
I am the founder of the Peaceful Heart Centre ~ Psychotherapies for ‘ Embracing Life with Heart’ ,
where you may contact me on 0115 960 2713 , or if you prefer to email: email@example.com
For more information please visit my website: https://peacefulheartcentre.wordpress.com
Nottingham CBt and Psychology Services - Dr Shelley Parkin - Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Expertise and Experience
I work with both adults and children, and provide assessment and intervention for a range of difficulties including anxiety disorders, depression, anger, relationship difficulties, parenting, eating disorders, trauma, post-traumatic stress, psychosis and neurological and/or cognitive difficulties. Clients psychological problems have often been related to experiences associated with diagnoses (e.g. psychosis, autism, learning disability, acquired brain injuries), or difficulties that have their origins in childhood, leaving the individual with difficult thoughts and feelings including shame and low self-esteem.
Professional Registrations & Memberships
Health and Care Professionals Council
British Psychological Society
Main Therapeutic Approaches (not exhaustive)
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
- Schema Therapy
- Compassionate Mind/Mindfulness approaches
- Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
I have an informal approach to supporting people and if you would like to speak to me about how I may be able to help you, please contact me on 07904 402312 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Click here for more information.
Tim Carrette - Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy
Training and experience
I trained as a Gestalt Psychotherapist in 1997.
I have been offering individual sessions since 1990 on a private basis and for the NHS in both Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, UK and Europe..
In addition to these I have regularly run Group Therapy sessions, Couples work and currently I am teaching on the Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy course and the Relational Integrative Psychotherapy course at The Scarborough Counselling and Psychotherapy Training Institute.
Currently I am writing and researching Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy.
What is Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy?
Gestalt is the quintessential relational therapy. The original birthplace of mindful awareness. Based in here and now process of relationship, it is a talking therapy which embodies the whole being, mind, body and emotion.
It focuses on three key aspects of relationship:
- The untapped potential which lives within the client and is making itself known by problems such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties etc.
- The here and now sense and perception of the therapist who will meet the client honestly, respectfully and authentically.
- Most importantly, the healing meeting of a therapeutic relational process.
Often called ‘healing through meeting’ the here and now focus enables the release of difficult experiences and emotions which are then healed and the therapeutic relationship is eventually embodied and remembered. The old “script” of poor self image and low self esteem is replaced by a reservoir of self worth which is potentially always available for future use through the journey of life.
Areas of expertise and specialist interests.
- Relationship difficulties
- Emotional literacy
- Childhood issues
- Self Worth
- Sexuality issues
I abide by the UKCP and SCPTI code of ethics. All my work is fully insured and Supervised.
Parminder Kaur Soar, Person Centred Counsellor
Within counselling the client is empowered to discover who they truly are through gentle exploration of their life’s journey. As the client’s understanding of self deepens, wondrous insights emerge thus enhancing their life and achieving a meaningful relationship with their true inner self.
This is a uniquely bespoke service that is tailor made specifically for YOU as we strongly believe that you are the KEY player: YOU know your story and you will be the driving force on your journey of self discovery and realisation.
I will encourage and support you through this process of reflection and self-enquiry by using creative ways of working such as storytelling, art work and drama as you once again remember who YOU truly are.
I ask that you give 100% commitment to this process and take 100% responsibility for the work you will be invited to do as the personal benefits to you will be hundredfold!
I will also be 100% committed to working creatively with you, enabling you to work through your personal story and thus “realise your dream”.
For further information please contact me on 07814 963599 or email email@example.com
Kate McAndrew UKCP Reg., MBACP – Counselling, Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision
I offer counselling and psychotherapy for individuals and couples, and have specific experience of working with relationship issues as well as with clients experiencing bereavement, anger issues, anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, low self-esteem ... and with clients wanting to work towards a more meaningful way of living.
I am also a fully trained supervisor, to diploma level, and offer individual and group supervision.
My personal approach is Person-Centred, based on a positive belief in the potential of human beings. I bring a willingness to meet a client where they are and to honestly participate in a therapeutic relationship. I believe that together we can find some insight and clarity to enable you to be everything you can be, therefore empowering you to make decisions and choices that are right for you, and build a sense of resilience to aid emotional well-being now, and into the future.
I am a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist with a Master’s degree in Humanistic Person-Centred Psychotherapy with over ten years’ experience of working with individuals and couples from a variety of settings, including GP Surgeries, Universities, Primary Schools, various Voluntary Sector Counselling Services, as well as in Private Practice. I also have a Diploma in Clinical Supervision. I am a member of both UKCP and BACP and adhere to their codes of ethics and good practice, and I am committed to on-going personal and professional development, including regular supervision. In addition to my core qualification, I am trained to work with Couples; with Anger Management issues; and have attended in-depth training in working with trauma.
Counselling aims to offer you the opportunity, in a confidential setting, to explore, discover and clarify ways of looking at your life, and discover new ways of being, both individually and in relationship. It is a way of giving you time and space to discover more effective and rewarding ways of coping and living.
As your therapist, I would aim to support you in developing your own insights, awareness and possible solutions to the issues that are important to you.
To contact me, all on 07766 256359 , or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My website is www.nottinghamshirecounselling.co.uk
Diane Long - Psychological Services
Diane Long is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist working in Nottingham.
I have a Bsc (Hons) in Psychology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and an MSc in Counselling Psychology. I am an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and have current membership with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).
I have over 14 years experience delivering psychological therapy in a range of settings, including hospital, educational and private mental health practice both in the UK and overseas.
I have extensive experience working with clients across the age range but currently see those over 16 years of age. My approach is integrative, including elements of psychodynamic, interpersonal and cognitive behavioural therapies as appropriate and I can offer you both short term focused therapy and longer term work. Online therapy via Skype is available, as are concessionary rates for students/seniors.
Here are some of the main areas in which people ask for help :
- Grief and Loss
- Phobias and Fears
- Social Anxiety and Loneliness
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
- Couples therapy
WHERE TO FIND ME
The Magnolia Therapy Centre, Nottingham
Please email me to make an enquiry and/or appointment at
email@example.com and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Elizabeth Corr - Counsellor
I have been training in the area of Psychology for the past 14 years. I completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Lincoln in Psychology and Clinical Psychology BSc. Whilst doing this I spent time working for Samaritans. I then went on to finish a Masters in Forensic Psychology MSc at Birmingham City University. Whilst completing this I worked full time within a Secure Psychiatric Hospital in Nottinghamshire. where I gained experience working in a group setting. Following this I have worked as a Counsellor for NSPCC and Childline. I am currently working towards a Doctorate in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology by Professional Studies at Metanoia Institute which I hope to complete in 2019. In the last two years I have been working 1:1 with both men and women in a Counselling and Psychotherapy capacity. This has included working with male offenders within a prison setting and women within a local Women's Centre.
How I work as a counsellor
My approach to working with client is an integrative one. This means that I believe that every one is individual and different things work for different people. Therefore I adapt my approach to suit the individual I am working with. It is important that the work we do together is beneficial to you and therefore I will be led by what works for you.
Whilst I work in an integrative way the basis of that integration is relational. I strongly believe that it is our early relational bonds that influence the person we become. I also believe that in order to best help you our therapeutic relationship will be important. It can tell us a lot about how you relate in the wider world and can provide a safe and encouraging environment for you.
I am currently a trainee member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and as part of that I am bound by their "Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct". I am also a member of the British Psyhological Society (BPS).
50 minute 1:1 sessions - £40.00
50 minute couples session - £60.00
I am a humanistic and integrative therapist, I work in Nottingham and Leicester. I completed my BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham. I am also a member of the British Associate of Counselling and Psychotherapy which provides me with an ethical framework for my practise.
I offer Counselling and Psychotherapy to individuals who are suffering from many different areas of difficulty. Counselling can help with a variety of issues which include:
- Childhood difficulties
- Eating disorders
- Family problems
- Self esteem
- Self harm
- This list is not an exhaustive one just an illustration of some examples.
My work is underpinned by a set of beliefs that I hold. I believe all human beings have intrinsic worth and we all have the capacity and potential for growth and change. We are relationship seeking beings and I believe the therapeutic relationship should be unique to any other. It is at the heart of the Counselling process and is the vehicle of change. I work in a holistic manner as this is simply how we exist in the world, I believe in treating the individual as a whole.
I will provide a warm, empathetic, non judgement environment. As my work is underpinned by the belief that we are all unique and you are the expert on yourself together we will work collaboratively to tailor your therapy to benefit you most. I will provide a safe confidential space in a discreet location.
UKCP (Accred) Psychotherapist and BABCP (Accred) CBT Therapist
Counselling, CBT Therapy, Couples Therapy and Clinical Supervision
I can offer you a safe, comfortable and confidential space where we can work together on whatever problems you may be experiencing. I believe we all strive to be the person we wish to be every day but sometimes life problems and relationships move us off course and we need help to find our way back to a more stable place. You have within yourself the capacity to understand yourself better. My role is to tailor a therapy approach from the wide range of training, knowledge and experience I have gained over time, that will best suit you to achieve this.
How therapy can help you
I believe that therapy can give you an opportunity to learn about yourself and understand your own processes more clearly, especially when you may be feeling anxious or depressed or impacted by some life trauma. My training and experience includes humanistic counselling therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). These different approaches can provide you with a framework to explore and learn more about your difficulties and to use a range of creative ways to express your thoughts and feelings. We can identify what triggers your problems, help you to find ways to challenge your thoughts and develop your ability to cope better. We can also focus on the barriers and challenges that you are facing and can look together at a way through. You can then use this knowledge to guide you towards fulfilment, confidence and self-discovery. Therapy can help you to create those opportunities for positive change and to develop your resilience and self-worth including incorporating, empathy, mindfulness and self-compassion into your daily life.
When and where
I can offer both daytime and evening appointments to suit your needs here at The Magnolia Therapy Centre. We can decide together whether short term or longer term therapy is the right way forward for you and of course we’ll review your progress regularly as we go along so you get the best out of the time.
What you can expect at your first session
I understand that taking the step first step to talk about about things which challenge us or cause distress can be difficult initially. So our first meeting will to give you the opportunity, at a pace which suits you, to share with me your thoughts and feelings about the problems you would like to help with. Having used this time to gain a clearer understanding, we will then think about your goals for future sessions and plan together how best to approach our work together.
I am a qualified Humanistic Counsellor (Accredited UKCP) and CBT Therapist (Accredited BABCP) with over 20 years experience. I have a Masters Degree in Humanistic Counselling and Post Graduate Diploma in CBT, both from the University of Nottingham. I also have a Post Graduale Diploma in Clinical Supervision
I believe in the process and opportunities that life long learning can bring. I am committed to continually adding to my skills and knowledge base with regular ongoing professional training which meets the standards required by my accrediting professional bodies. In addition, I have trained in Couples Therapy and have added this to the range of therapies I offer.
My knowledge and experience
I have extensive experience of working within the NHS, the private and public sectors and in private practice, providing both short-term and long-term therapy. I have worked with clients experiencing a wide range of issues, including general anxiety, social phobia, depression, trauma and loss, obsessive compulsive problems (OCD), health anxiety, adjustment and managing change, and work related stress.
Areas of therapy I work with
- Anger management
- Bereavement and loss
- Low self confidence / self esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Panic disorder
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Work related stress
- Sexual abuse
- Verbal and physical abuse
- Relationship issues
- Separation and divorce
- Affairs and betrayals
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME/Fybrmyalgia
- Learning difficulties
- Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
- Self-harm or suicidal thoughts
Therapies I can offer
- Person centred therapy
- Solution focussed brief therapy
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Couples therapy
- Integrative therapy
I am also available for Clinical Supervision
£55 per hour for individuals - £70 per hour for couples
£60 for Clinical Supervision per hour (please contact me for rates for group supervision)
How to contact me
Deciding to engage in therapy is an important step and you may have some questions before you start this process. When you contact me, by your preferred way of either phone or email, we will be able to have a chat about your needs which I hope will support and help decide how you would like to begin therapy.
Phone: 0115 931 4133/ 07833356920
Hannah Luck, Relationship Therapist (Individual, Family & Couple Counselling)
Perhaps you are having difficulties in your couple relationship or in your family? I am an experienced relationship therapist (I trained with Relate Lincolnshire and I now work at Relate Nottinghamshire) and I have a small private practice here at the Magnolia Centre. I specialise in relationship issues offering counselling to individuals, families and couples.
About me - how I can help
If you are experiencing difficulties, feeling confused or stuck and not sure how to change or move forward in yourself and/or in your relationships, then perhaps counselling is going to help you. I offer a safe and supportive space in which you can reflect on what is going in your life and help you understand yourself and your relationships more clearly and work towards any changes you would like to make. I offer a non-judgemental, supportive stance and I will always work hard to provide a service that suits the client and that is both ethical and compassionate.
I am an integrative therapist which means I combine elements of different therapeutic theories. My practice is mostly based on two key approaches: family therapy (how we interact with others) and psychodynamic theory (our inner thoughts and beliefs from childhood to the present). I use techniques from other theories such as Transactional Analysis, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Brief Solution Focused Therapy. The tools and techniques I draw on depend on the client’s presenting problems and our agreed goals for therapy.
My experience and training
I have an MA in Relationship Therapy and I work with individuals, couples and families at Relate Nottinghamshire. In addition, I am currently in training for a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy which I will complete in December 2018. Prior to becoming a counsellor, I worked as a Communications Manager and I have experience of working in the private sector, public sector and the third sector.
£50 per session – individuals; £60 per session – couples & families
How to contact me
If you have any questions or you would like to arrange the first session, please contact me on:
Tel – 07970 627130
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cenzine Decelis ; Integrative Psychotherapist
I am an Integrative Psychotherapist, which means that rather than being guided by only one approach, I build my work around each of my clients as the unique people they are.
I believe that each of us already has the answers. It’s just that sometimes we need a helping hand to unearth them and appreciate our own wisdom and creativity. I work with individuals both short and long term, offering a safe, warm and confidential environment in which to explore their experience with interest and compassion
My work broadly falls into 3 categories:
Memory: When events, relationships or unfinished business from the past continue to dominate your present life in unhelpful ways. Sometimes distressing ‘symptoms’ such as anxiety and depression can be the result of our creativity in finding ways to avoid the emotional impact of difficult experiences from our past. Or you might recognise that your relationships keep following the same pattern and you want it to be different.
Mystery: You may be struggling to come to terms with something or have a less well formed sense of wanting to feel happier, calmer or that you are not fully yourself but without knowing how or why.
Mastery: To help you manage your stress, increase your coping strategies, recognise your needs and regulate your emotions. This can enable you to be better able to cope with your circumstances, or be in an improved frame of mind to decide what changes you need to make and how to make them.
Of course real people rarely fit into such neat boxes and so these labels are mainly a guide to help us both think about your goals. You might well want or need a blend of approaches
.. I specialise in humanistic approach
.... psychodynamic approach
.... cognitive behavioural therapy
.... diploma in counselling skills and theory . Working towards accreditation
If you wish to book a free consultation for 30 minutes call 07850929271 or email email@example.com or visit www.positivechangenotts.co.uk for information
Dr Jen Wilson: Nottinghamshire PsychologyDr Jen Wilson is a BPS Chartered and HPCP Registered Clinical Psychologist with expertise in Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Developmental Trauma, Perinatal Mental Health (e.g. ntenatal anxiety & postnatal depression) and Parenting.
Michelle Furlong: Couples Counselling Service
My name is Michelle. I work specifically with couples in conflict, whether you’re in a marriage in trouble or a relationship that’s having teething problems. I can offer you a professional and effective counselling service specifically designed for couples in conflict.
Would you benefit from meeting up to talk about what is getting in the way of your happiness? I have over 10 years’ experience with Accredited status by BACP. I am naturally empathic and caring. I work within a strong framework whatever your conflict situation might be. I hold a safe space for you & your spouse/partner.
I work with couples and families in conflict of all ages, ethnicities, as well as same sex relationships. Please contact me for a free telephone consultation for more details.
Together we can work through the concerns. More often than not, with new perspective, and intervention from a therapist, solutions begin to emerge. I am a firm believer than when a relationship is at breaking point, and you give it attention that’s needed there’s hope to turn around and make a recovery.
Do you want freedom from relational conflict? More peace? More harmony within your marriage/relationship? Do you want to be heard, find solutions to conflicts? Do you need an expert to facilitate your relationship moving from broken in pieces, to on the mend?
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone me on 07533-845-118 .
“I am waiting to help you restore your marriage/relationship.”
Claire Barber: BSc (Hons) Registered Integrative psychotherapist and Counsellor, MBACP
I'm a Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapist working in Nottingham with an opening within my practice to take on new clients. Through The Samaritans and clinical work I have experience of working with suicidal and distressed clients. My experience extends to relationship issues, anxiety, depression, identity difficulties, rape, self-harm, eating disorders and sexual and domestic abuse.
I have worked in the volunteer sector for many years and have learnt a lot about working with people with mental health and a wide range of diversity.
I have a lovely private room in Carrington which is close to Mansfield Road for easy access by bus, on road parking by car and a short trip to Woodthorpe Park should you need a relaxing walk before or after therapy.
What Integrative Counselling can offer you
The humanistic approach that I offer predominantly focuses on the uniqueness of an individual, our potential in personal growth and to explore creativity, love and a better understanding of one’s self.
I also work with the integration of different therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of you as an individual thus honouring and nurturing your uniqueness throughout your journey.
With an understanding of human development, attachment theory and the unconscious process this helps me to modify therapy to fill in developmental gaps that effects each of us in different ways.
By combining different modalities and elements integrated therapy becomes more of a flexible, inclusive and personal approach than traditional psychotherapy.
I'm a real believer in making therapy your own however the space and way we do this is something we will co-create between us. To help you do this I will offer you a safe environment with a place to test out your emotions and feelings without judgement. I will be honest, consistent, have your autonomy and empowerment at heart and we will work at your pace
Training, qualifications & experience
- Level 1 Person Centred Counselling
- Level 2 Person Centred Counselling
- Bsc (hons) Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling
- Volunteer Psychotherapist at Nottingham Counselling Services
- Assessor for Nottingham Counselling Services
- Volunteer Support at Samaritans Nottingham
- I have a full enhanced DBS check allowing me to work with children and vulnerable adults
Accredited register membership
I encourage you to contact me in whichever way you feel most comfortable, whether that be by phone or email. First contact is a way of introducing ourselves and it's an opportunity for me to answer any questions you may have. This gives you a feel of how I am and how we may work together if that's what you choose. I offer this without charge or obligation and may I add I really appreciate this is not an easy thing to do but is a positive step towards finding your therapist.
First session is £20 for 50 minutes. I reduce this session as I understand meeting your therapist can be daunting and it's your first chance to get a sense of how you feel in the room, in therapy and with me.
Sessions after this will be £40 for 50 minutes and will take place once a week on a time and day that is comfortable for you.
Initial contact - Free
First session - £20 for 50 minutes
Thereafter - £40 for 50 minutes
Dr Sanchia Biswas – Clinical Psychologist
I am a Clinical Psychologist working in Nottinghamshire. I have a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, MSc in Health Psychology, MSc in Counselling Psychology and a Doctorate in Psychology (DClinPsy). I am the co-founder of Psych-Therapies Ltd, working within a team of Clinical Psychologists across the East Midlands.
I am highly experienced working with individuals of all ages, and their families. I have largely worked within adult mental health services in the National Health Service (NHS). I am able to work with any individual with mental health difficulties, and I particularly specialise within the context of Physical Health. I am trained in a range of psychological therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) and Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET). I am also involved in university related psychology research projects (e.g., field supervisor for undergraduate or postgraduate projects).
What I offer
I work in a friendly and warm manner. This enables me to connect with people in an empathic and non-judgemental way. I believe that creating a safe space to talk about your difficulties is key to encouraging change. I offer psychological assessment and treatment (face to face, video, and/or telephone). I offer a free 30 minute video consultation. I work with clients experiencing a wide range of issues including:
- Common mental health issues - Sleep difficulties
- Phobias - Eating difficulties
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Learning difficulties
- Stress management - Bereavement
- Abuse (sexual, physical, emotional) - Anger management
I am also able to offer Clinical Supervision to practitioners and training in psychological knowledge and skills.
I am registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Please contact me at email@example.com for further information.
Please visit www.psych-therapies.com for details about our service. I am able to book appointments within 1-2 weeks.
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Sharan Thiara - Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapist
We are all unique individuals. I believe each person carries their own life experiences, their core beliefs, knowledge, personality and history, which make up their philosophy of life. Through out life, we may have felt the need to adapt, to become someone else so as to please others. We then loose ourselves and can become unhappy. We have become someone else, what about me?
I can help to support you by working with what ever is pertinent for you, to get you back to feeling confident and good enough again. In a safe, warm and confident setting. I believe that you are the expert of you and will therefore not challenge you to talk about anything you are not comfortable with. I will adapt my approach to fit in with you as well as offering creative therapy as well as talk therapy.
My niche would lie in the area of the Indian and African communities, due to my first hand experience of living in strict cultural conditions, whilst trying to fit into a western society. If any of this sends any alarm bells for you, please get in touch.
I am able to support you to find your happy place, whether this being from
Work/ life balance
First generation Indian in a western society
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
07391 859 907
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