During this incredibly unsettling and uncertain time, therapy doesn't have to stop.
The Coronavirus outbreak is impacting us all and many are seeking support to cope with day to day struggles. If this is you and you are looking for a safe space to process what is happening and how you are being affected, please do feel free to make contact.
In line with the government guidelines, I am offering face to face, video or telephone sessions .
I will offer low-fee to those on reduced income affected by Covid19.
"Sometimes you don't realise the weight of what you've been carrying until you feel the weight of its release"
Finding a therapist can feel overwhelming, especially if you are having busy life or if you don’t even know what to look for in therapist and there are so many different options. Whether this is your first time or you’ve been in therapy before but are looking for a different approach.
The first step to ask for help could be difficult and clients are sometimes concerned that talking about their issues will make them feel worse. Indeed, it can be unsettling as awareness and insight is gained from material that has previously been hidden or denied.
You may be considering therapy because of a specific issues you are facing in your life;
You may suffering from depression, feel anxious, stressed, or perhaps you are not satisfy with your life and feeling down.
You may have had a loss or bereavement or difficulties in your relationships, family or at work: or even there might be time when you are unable to name what is wrong.
Sometimes it can be hard to find words to express what you feel or what you need and keep you stuck/ block, to the point that become difficult to make decisions or changes.
When you come to therapy with me, I promise to be there for you every step of your journey. My aim is to help you grow from your struggles and find better ways to cope, heal from your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in your life.
I have worked extensively with adults from different ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious and cultural background and have experience of working with a wide range of issues include:
This list is not exhaustive; please contact me if you are not sure if I can help.
I work with adults from my private practice in West London, Ealing W5
I offer Face to Face, Online and Walk & Talk therapy, both short-term and long-term, open-ended therapy.
I use combination of different approaches, means that I draw on a range of theories to support my work and my belief is that the relationship created between a client and their therapist plays a significant part in the therapy process.
Should you wish to cancel an appointment, for any reason, you can email or text me to cancel. I require 24 hours advance notice. If less than 48 hours notice of cancellation of a session is given by you the full fee will be payable. For example, if you cancel your session on the day, the fee is still due and must be paid that day.
If I am unwell or unable to attend the session, I will give you as much notice as possible and I will aim to organise an alternative time for a session. Should I cancel our sessions you will not have to pay for them, I will always do my best to inform you of my absence with significant advance notice.
Everything you share with me in the course of our work together will be treated as highly confidential. However, there are a few limits to confidentiality and I may be legally or ethically obliged to break confidentiality, which you need to be aware of:
Wherever possible, I will consult with you before breaching confidentiality.
"Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.“
Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through counselling, I can help you to recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life.
Binge eating is characterized by repeated episodes of uncontrolled intake of unusually large amounts of food in a short period of time. After these episodes quite often you might have feelings of guilt, shame, and psychological distress.
One of the most common reasons for binge eating is usually an attempt to manage difficult, unpleasant emotions such as anxiety, stress, depression, loneliness, fears........
When you have a bad day, and you can not cope with those unpleasant feelings, it can seem like food is your only friend.
During therapy I can help you to focuses on identifying the negative feelings and behaviours that cause binge eating and put strategies in place to improve them.
Relationship counselling can be beneficial to anyone who is looking to strengthen their emotional connection, in all stages of their relationship.
I can provide practical tools and emotional support to help you reduce relationship-related anxiety, allowing you to connect more deeply with your partner as you work to build the kind of relationship you’ve been dreaming of.