Private Psychotherapy Practice
I. am an experienced London psychotherapist who can help you to gain a better understanding of any difficulties you may currently be experiencing, such as anxiety, depression, relationship problems, stress or trauma. Once you have gained insight into the problem you are dealing with, we will work together to make changes and develop coping strategies to help you to come to terms with your difficulties, allowing you to lead a more fulfilling life. Over a number of sessions, psychotherapy can help you to learn more about yourself as well as break harmful patterns of thinking and behaviour. This allows you to develop new, healthier ways of being. I tailor therapy to individual needs using the following approaches: • Psychoanalytic psychotherapy • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) • Family and couple therapy
The psychotherapy practice is centrally situated in comfortable rooms in London where we will work in a focused, warm and confidential manner to help you to resolve matters and achieve your objectives. If you feel you might benefit from psychotherapy services, please get in touch.
I WILL TAILOR YOUR TREATMENT DRAWING ON A VARIETY OF THERAPIES
At Private Psychotherapy Practice in Central London, I offer a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment for clients to explore the causes of and solutions to current issues. I provide counselling for different mental health issues, such as personality difficulties, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, trauma, and many more . I also work with individuals planning to embark on a journey of self-discovery and learn new ways to understand themselves. .
I completed clinical training in the most respected British training institutions in the field, and I am accredited by several professional bodies. I also participate in ongoing training and undertake continuous professional development. My experience fields range from clinical presentations including depression, anxiety, suicide and complex cases of personality disorders, abuse and psychosis to helping people who are recovering after hospitalisation. My previous experience working in one of London’s therapeutic communities, where severely affected individuals live alongside clinicians for days at a time, allowed me to develop deepest understanding of psychological and emotional processes that can affect individuals’ feelings and mental health.