My approach to counselling and psychotherapy is person centred, humanistic and pluralistic. This means that I treat each client as an individual and work collaboratively with each client to create a unique relationship that adapts to meet your needs.
I work in a non-directive and non-judgemental way in a comfortable and secure environment that provides and enables a supportive and confidential space in which to explore your feelings or whatever issues may be causing you distress. Helping you to feel happier stronger whilst gaining a greater sense of control.
Seeking counselling can be an opportunity to make sense of your past and consider how you respond to the present and prepare for the future. By being understood in a supportive, non-judgemental and confidential relationship, we can find ways in which to explore and gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and others.
I can help with general counselling, mental health issues, abuse, trauma, relationship issues, addiction and substance misuse. In addition to running my own private practice, I have extensive experience of working in both statutory and voluntary organisations.
As well as working holistically from a person centred approach, I work collaboratively with my clients to enable and facilitate whatever movement or change is felt desirable for them. I offer short-term and open-ended individual therapy; the therapy sessions are 50 minutes long and sessions take place on a weekly basis.
We will continue to work together for as long as you feel the need and the length of time clients are seen and engage in therapy is reflected and dependent on each individuals needs. Some people come to therapy on a short-term basis which may be anything from 6-12 sessions. Others may find it more beneficial to remain in therapy for longer.
I have experience of working in some of the most culturally diverse areas of London and respect and celebrate diversity valuing each individual as a unique human being.
I am a registered and accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy MBACP which means that I subscribe and adhere to their code of ethics.
Training & qualifications
- Diploma in Person Centered Counselling - City Lit
- Certificate Counselling - City Lit
- Law & Criminology BA Hons - Middlesex University
- Psycho-pharmacology & Psychotherapy - Confer
- CBT and Person- Centered Practice - City Lit
- Family Group Conferencing - Consortium FGC
- Yoga, the Brain and Mental health - Confer
- Gambling & Addiction - Training - Game-Care National Association for Gambling Care
About Our therapists
The therapists at Clarity Counselling are fully qualified and are accredited & registered members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and are bound by their Code of Ethics.
For further information please get in touch as we will be happy to discuss any futher questions that you may have before deciding to book an initial consultation.