I offer one to one, online or in person 50 minute counselling sessions for adults. I support you by listening sensitively and without judgement so that we can look at what's going on for you. We'll work together to identify what you'd like to be different and how you make those changes happen. Perhaps its issues from the past, anxiety, confidence or esteem, health concerns or loss that are troubling you or may be you're looking for a culturally safe space to talk about relationships, racism, discrimination or stereotyping? Whatever your circumstances and whatever your issue, you'll find yourself heard and respected in our sessions.
I offer counselling that fits your lifestyle & supports your needs. You choose if sessions are online or in person, how many sessions we have, when we meet & the pace at which we work. Experience (private, NHS and personal) allows me to offer different perspectives to help you look at why things are tough right now and how this can be changed.
Call, text or email to book a free introductory phone call or an initial 50 minute session. Together, we'll explore the difficult events, thoughts & feelings, that can be hard to share with others and you decide if you'd like any further sessions. You'll find more information about how I work on my website: www.anjali-leverton.co.uk.
“I offer highly effective, confidential individual sessions. Areas of experience include anxiety, loss, cancer, cultural issues & depression.”
- Years in Practice: 5 Years
- Membership: British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy / Registered Member
- Training: L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling / 2018
I'm also an Anxiety UK Approved Therapist providing therapeutic support to the charity's members and partner beneficiaries.
- Degree: The London School of Economics and Political Science / BSc. (Econ) Accounting and Finance / 1995
- Self Esteem
- Chronic Illness
- Family Conflict
- Labels, Stereotyping & Managing Expectations
- Life Altering or Life Limiting Illnesses
- Racial Identity
- Sexual Abuse
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Culturally Sensitive