An invitation to explore real and sustainable change....
Welcome to my website
Coming to a good therapist is like detoxifying, cleansing the mind and body from thoughts and actions that can leave us feeling dull, heavy, anxious or depressed. Whatever negative state of mind or situation you find yourself in, there is a way through and beyond.
Problems and emotions, mis-understood, can often spiral to powerful negative states of mind that can keep you preoccupied, drain you of energy and leave you confused.
What if your situation held the key for real, lasting change to take place? The way out can be found within the problem, once you start to question your assumptions, attitude and beliefs.
My approach will help you redefine how you see and experience your problems and situations, opening up a whole new vista of possibilities.
You will learn to naturally refocus your mind with the help of some simple common sense approaches, transforming problems that were once thought of as fixed or immovable.
What are these simple approaches? In part, it is by attending to yourself through observation, without prejudice, while re-examining our conditioning, assumptions and ideas. I may use music or other exercises that will support and enhance your ability to relax and observe yourself as you are.
As you further unwind yourself, a sense of relief can often be experienced. With this new perspective It is possible to respond with more clarity in other situations that come your way.
My non- judgemental, personal approach, will encourage a supporting atmosphere in which the therapeutic relationship can develop.
If you want more fun in your life and not be weighed down by your history, come meet me for a consultation.
Therapeutic Counselling Pimlico,Victoria, Moorgate, WC1, City of London
My Central London Counselling and Therapy practice is at the The Light Centre in Moorgate WC1 or at my home in St. Georges Square, Pimlico SW1 within easy reach of Victoria and 2 minutes walk from Pimlico tube. My Moorgate practice is just 1 minute from Moorgate tube station.