Are relationships feeling particularly difficult at the moment and you're struggling to understand them?
Perhaps things you previously enjoyed have lost their meaning?
You could be ruminating about the past, worried about the future, or suffer with anxiety, depression, or have addiction or anger issues?
Maybe you have endured emotional, physical or sexual abuse; or are dealing with loss, a bereavement, or having an existential crisis/spiritual emergency?
Whatever your issue perhaps it’s time to try talking things through with a experienced, qualified counsellor?
Counsellor in Dalston & Haggerston, Hackney, East London
I offer safe, confidential, therapeutic counselling in Dalston, Hackney, East London.
A space for you to talk, think and explore your thoughts, feelings and concerns. Think of it as somewhere where you can be how you need to be, say what you need to say, and feel what you need to feel.
How can I help?
As a therapist I will be interested to hear about your experiences, your relationships and how you view yourself and the world around you. It can be helpful to explore any recurring patterns in your life and how past experiences may be holding you back. In exploring different aspects of yourself and your life, I'll help you to gain insight and consider new perspectives to help you find a way forward. As well as helping you create a greater sense of your own potentiality.
What to expect?
We will meet for an initial 50 minute session, so you can meet me, talk about your problem, what you'd like to gain from coming to therapy and decide whether you feel comfortable talking to me. Towards the end of the session, we can decide if we want to work together or you can have some time to think about it and let me know. If we decide to continue to work together, our sessions will take place on the same day, at the same time each week.
Online or face to face?
If you are looking for a therapist in East London then you might like to meet me, face to face, at my counselling room in Dalston, Hackney or Haggerston, Hackney. Alternatively, if more convenient or if you live further afield, I can offer you online therapy via Zoom.
Is therapy for you?
It is worth noting that you may not immediately click with therapy – sometimes it takes a bit of time. Having the space and the opportunity to focus on you might seem a little strange, especially if it’s a new experience for you. It takes courage to step out and to actively face your problems and it is completely natural to feel anxious at first.
One thing is for sure: if you keep doing what your doing you’ll keep getting what you’re getting. So, maybe it’s time to try the therapeutic process?
Drop me a line if you want to find out more.