Gosia Millward
Psychotherapist, MSc, BACP Verified
Offers online therapy
Seeking therapy is a sign of courage in the depths of conflict. Currently, you may be troubled or overwhelmed, not knowing what is happening either within you, your partner or communicatively between your couple. To be understood and appreciated while conveying the same qualities to another person is an essential component of any satisfying relationship, but it is one that takes an emotional commitment from those involved in finding a resolution. The question I often ask my clients is, "Can you bear the difference of the other, or even tolerate the possibility that they may have a different perspective to the one in your mind?"
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Seeking therapy is a sign of courage in the depths of conflict. Currently, you may be troubled or overwhelmed, not knowing what is happening either within you, your partner or communicatively between your couple. To be understood and appreciated while conveying the same qualities to another person is an essential component of any satisfying relationship, but it is one that takes an emotional commitment from those involved in finding a resolution. The question I often ask my clients is, "Can you bear the difference of the other, or even tolerate the possibility that they may have a different perspective to the one in your mind?"
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Eirini Ampatzi Ippikoglou
Psychotherapist, MA, BACP Verified
Offers online therapy
Going to therapy can be daunting and especially challenging. It can feel frightening to explore old wounds and perhaps, in the process, even discover new ones that maybe you didn’t even know were there. What can be even more challenging than going to therapy however is to live with fear, anxiety, and sadness. And although most people can find ways to manage the loneliness and anxiety of everyday life, it tends to keep finding ways to seep through once again. Therapy cannot promise that you will never feel depressed or anxious again. But it can give you the tools that you might need to flourish and learn more about yourself.
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Going to therapy can be daunting and especially challenging. It can feel frightening to explore old wounds and perhaps, in the process, even discover new ones that maybe you didn’t even know were there. What can be even more challenging than going to therapy however is to live with fear, anxiety, and sadness. And although most people can find ways to manage the loneliness and anxiety of everyday life, it tends to keep finding ways to seep through once again. Therapy cannot promise that you will never feel depressed or anxious again. But it can give you the tools that you might need to flourish and learn more about yourself.
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Amy Jo Spitalier
Psychotherapist, MA, BPC Verified
Offers online therapy
Certain life events, transitions, or longstanding struggles can cause our usual ways of coping to break down, leaving us feeling overwhelmed and extremely distressed. To continue to function, drugs, alcohol, food, self harm, sex, social media, a depressive state or abusive behaviour can be used to numb the distress or stand in for what feels missing. But this often leads to feelings of guilt, shame, anger or blame – whether of oneself or others. It can feel like being trapped in a loop of unsatisfactory or harmful relationships, or like reaching a dead-end, with confusion about finding a meaningful path ahead.
020 3984 8433
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Certain life events, transitions, or longstanding struggles can cause our usual ways of coping to break down, leaving us feeling overwhelmed and extremely distressed. To continue to function, drugs, alcohol, food, self harm, sex, social media, a depressive state or abusive behaviour can be used to numb the distress or stand in for what feels missing. But this often leads to feelings of guilt, shame, anger or blame – whether of oneself or others. It can feel like being trapped in a loop of unsatisfactory or harmful relationships, or like reaching a dead-end, with confusion about finding a meaningful path ahead.
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Kendra Kronenberg
Psychotherapist, MUKCP Verified
Offers online therapy
Welcome. I am a trained Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with experience of working in organisations and in private practice. I have worked with people of all backgrounds experiencing a wide range of problems including anxiety, bereavement, cultural issues, depression, eating disorders, low self-esteem, relationship issues, sexual difficulties and trauma. Therapy is a creative and collaborative process and I want to support you on your journey. At times this can be challenging and uncomfortable, and therefore it is important to find the right therapist for you who helps you facing your inner truths, reflect and grow.
020 3960 5196
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Welcome. I am a trained Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with experience of working in organisations and in private practice. I have worked with people of all backgrounds experiencing a wide range of problems including anxiety, bereavement, cultural issues, depression, eating disorders, low self-esteem, relationship issues, sexual difficulties and trauma. Therapy is a creative and collaborative process and I want to support you on your journey. At times this can be challenging and uncomfortable, and therefore it is important to find the right therapist for you who helps you facing your inner truths, reflect and grow.
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Lee Millward
Counsellor, BACP Verified
Offers online therapy
It’s not unusual to have feelings that weigh us down and reach a stage of great distress and hopelessness. Whether you feel you are in crisis or just want to get to grips with thoughts and feelings that may be disturbing you, I can help. You might feel anxiety, depression, anger or shame. You might be having relationship problems or going through big changes in your life like the loss of a loved one or a job that have a big impact on you and you need help to cope with. Or there may be something inside you that you have lived with for some time and that gets in the way and prevents you from leading a fuller and happier life.
020 3984 7552
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It’s not unusual to have feelings that weigh us down and reach a stage of great distress and hopelessness. Whether you feel you are in crisis or just want to get to grips with thoughts and feelings that may be disturbing you, I can help. You might feel anxiety, depression, anger or shame. You might be having relationship problems or going through big changes in your life like the loss of a loved one or a job that have a big impact on you and you need help to cope with. Or there may be something inside you that you have lived with for some time and that gets in the way and prevents you from leading a fuller and happier life.
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Yanni Spiro
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
Myclient (s) would be couples or individuals who struggle in their relationships. Their issues would include communication, loneliness, depression, loss, struggling to find the couple after children, empty nest syndrome and many more. Their goals would be to understand the recurrent patterns that are putting strain on the relationship and resolve the underlying issues. Counselling and psychotherapy may involve exploring the past to the extent that it influences the present.
020 3960 5370
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Myclient (s) would be couples or individuals who struggle in their relationships. Their issues would include communication, loneliness, depression, loss, struggling to find the couple after children, empty nest syndrome and many more. Their goals would be to understand the recurrent patterns that are putting strain on the relationship and resolve the underlying issues. Counselling and psychotherapy may involve exploring the past to the extent that it influences the present.
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Tatiana Ryklina
Psychologist, DCounsPsych, HCPC - Couns. Psych. Verified
Offers online therapy
Accredited member of the Counselling Psychology Division, a special group of Coaching Psychology in the British Psychological Society (BPS) I am an experienced psychologist, accredited by the BPS and the Health Professional Council (HPCP). I believe that many people can benefit from counselling and coaching, depending on their needs and goals. My philosophy is based around a contextual approach that means there is no one perfect way to work with everyone. Therefore, I am committed to finding the best approach to meet your unique needs, your individual circumstances, and what brings you to therapy at this time.
020 3870 2562
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Accredited member of the Counselling Psychology Division, a special group of Coaching Psychology in the British Psychological Society (BPS) I am an experienced psychologist, accredited by the BPS and the Health Professional Council (HPCP). I believe that many people can benefit from counselling and coaching, depending on their needs and goals. My philosophy is based around a contextual approach that means there is no one perfect way to work with everyone. Therefore, I am committed to finding the best approach to meet your unique needs, your individual circumstances, and what brings you to therapy at this time.
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Leann Lavery
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP Verified
Offers online therapy
Hello and thank you for visiting my page. You are likely here because you are going through things that you need support with, and you might be considering if counselling can help, or if I am the right therapist for you. I have a warm and down to earth approach and as an integrative practitioner, I support people with various issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, bereavement, and those searching for meaning, to name a few. I will work collaboratively with you to understand your unique needs, and how you can be supported with your goals for therapy.
020 3974 1538
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Hello and thank you for visiting my page. You are likely here because you are going through things that you need support with, and you might be considering if counselling can help, or if I am the right therapist for you. I have a warm and down to earth approach and as an integrative practitioner, I support people with various issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, bereavement, and those searching for meaning, to name a few. I will work collaboratively with you to understand your unique needs, and how you can be supported with your goals for therapy.
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Approach Counselling & Coaching
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP Accred Verified
Offers online therapy
My main approach is to encourage you to explore your feelings and take responsibility for your thoughts and actions. As I work in a way that empowers the client, I always work with what you present. Bottled up feelings such as anger, anxiety, grief, jealousy, sadness, shame and pain can become very overwhelming.The opportunity to express them can make it much easier to understand yourself and others. As I acknowledge your feelings and respect you as a person in your own right, you gain self-respect and a sense of being valued. This leads to building trust between counsellor and client, which is an essential part of the process.
07904 554468
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My main approach is to encourage you to explore your feelings and take responsibility for your thoughts and actions. As I work in a way that empowers the client, I always work with what you present. Bottled up feelings such as anger, anxiety, grief, jealousy, sadness, shame and pain can become very overwhelming.The opportunity to express them can make it much easier to understand yourself and others. As I acknowledge your feelings and respect you as a person in your own right, you gain self-respect and a sense of being valued. This leads to building trust between counsellor and client, which is an essential part of the process.
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Maxwell Addo
Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
My name is Maxwell Addo. I am a fully qualified integrative counsellor and a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and British Psychological Society (MBPsS). My role as a therapist is to work alongside you to help find ways to understand and address the issues you may be facing. My approach is to build a safe, trusting and confidential environment that challenges and supports you but also encourages self-awareness, resilience and personal growth.
020 8106 2513
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My name is Maxwell Addo. I am a fully qualified integrative counsellor and a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and British Psychological Society (MBPsS). My role as a therapist is to work alongside you to help find ways to understand and address the issues you may be facing. My approach is to build a safe, trusting and confidential environment that challenges and supports you but also encourages self-awareness, resilience and personal growth.
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Francis Atkinson
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP Verified
Offers online therapy
I have been working as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist for over 26 years. I believe that the most important aspect in any therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and the therapist. Through the use of our relationship, I would aim to help you work through the issues you are bringing, regardless of how difficult they might appear to be. Using the trust between us, I would aim to help you come to an understanding for yourself of internal and interpersonal difficulties that have been around with a view to being more accepting of yourself in relation to yourself and others around you.
023 8214 9345 x079606
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I have been working as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist for over 26 years. I believe that the most important aspect in any therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and the therapist. Through the use of our relationship, I would aim to help you work through the issues you are bringing, regardless of how difficult they might appear to be. Using the trust between us, I would aim to help you come to an understanding for yourself of internal and interpersonal difficulties that have been around with a view to being more accepting of yourself in relation to yourself and others around you.
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Kate Jones
Counsellor, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
I help people to connect with themselves, each other and the world around them. My experience includes but is not limited to working with health issues, sexuality, gender identity and relationships.
020 3870 3841
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I help people to connect with themselves, each other and the world around them. My experience includes but is not limited to working with health issues, sexuality, gender identity and relationships.
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Alecia Anderson
Psychologist, PsychD, CPsychol Verified
I am a Chartered and Registered Counselling Psychologist who adopts a pluralistic framework based on the premise that no one therapeutic approach is superior, and different clients are likely to benefit from different therapeutic methods at different points in time. The pluralistic position puts the client and their needs at the centre of therapy and is based on working collaboratively. I honestly believe that people are experts of themselves but with help from trained professionals they can have a better understanding of themselves and the reason(s) for their behaviours.
020 8106 1939
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I am a Chartered and Registered Counselling Psychologist who adopts a pluralistic framework based on the premise that no one therapeutic approach is superior, and different clients are likely to benefit from different therapeutic methods at different points in time. The pluralistic position puts the client and their needs at the centre of therapy and is based on working collaboratively. I honestly believe that people are experts of themselves but with help from trained professionals they can have a better understanding of themselves and the reason(s) for their behaviours.
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Stefania Orsi
Psychotherapist, DCounsPsych, HCPC-Couns. Psych. Verified
Offers online therapy
My main goal is to help people to achieve a better quality of life by helping them to develop awareness and responsibility on their needs and desires. I consider therapy as a creative process between the client and the therapist that starts from a stuck point in life due to a symptom, a feeling of loss, a fear or a transition from one life stage into the next one. For me therapy is not about “to cure something wrong inside us” but an opportunity to transform our dysfunctional way to live.
07449 147170
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My main goal is to help people to achieve a better quality of life by helping them to develop awareness and responsibility on their needs and desires. I consider therapy as a creative process between the client and the therapist that starts from a stuck point in life due to a symptom, a feeling of loss, a fear or a transition from one life stage into the next one. For me therapy is not about “to cure something wrong inside us” but an opportunity to transform our dysfunctional way to live.
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Iwona Drozdz
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
It can be hard to reach out when you are in need of help. The best way to start to heal is by simply talking things through. Let's start your healing process by taking this one brave step. Our reasons for seeking therapy are unique as we are, and my approach will depend on what you bring. I offer my clients help with a broad range of issues from anxiety, depression, panic attack, relationship and family issues, loss, trauma to bereavement. Whatever struggle you are facing, my ultimate goal in therapy with you will be the same – the expansion of your world and your possibilities for life.
020 8059 8432
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It can be hard to reach out when you are in need of help. The best way to start to heal is by simply talking things through. Let's start your healing process by taking this one brave step. Our reasons for seeking therapy are unique as we are, and my approach will depend on what you bring. I offer my clients help with a broad range of issues from anxiety, depression, panic attack, relationship and family issues, loss, trauma to bereavement. Whatever struggle you are facing, my ultimate goal in therapy with you will be the same – the expansion of your world and your possibilities for life.
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Belynder Walia - Serene Lifestyles
Psychotherapist, MBPsS Verified
Offers online therapy
Accepting new clients and offer virtual appointments. I help people feel less anxiety or stress by transforming their mind to build confidence and self-esteem, so they feel amazing both in their professional and personal relationships. I am passionate about helping people with their mental and emotional wellbeing. Presently, I am the founder of Serene Lifestyles, an online psychotherapy practice.
020 3870 2993
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Accepting new clients and offer virtual appointments. I help people feel less anxiety or stress by transforming their mind to build confidence and self-esteem, so they feel amazing both in their professional and personal relationships. I am passionate about helping people with their mental and emotional wellbeing. Presently, I am the founder of Serene Lifestyles, an online psychotherapy practice.
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Simon Imrie
Psychotherapist, BPC Verified
Offers online therapy
Hello, I'm Simon Imrie, Senior Clinician at East London Mental Health. I operate from Shoreditch, specialising in helping men understand their feelings and so change their lives. Appointments available weekdays at various times, including some evenings. I offer Psychodynamic Psychotherapy helping you to explore your feelings and your behaviours in detail and so come to a deeper understanding of what makes you who you are.*****COVID-19 - I am working exclusively online and by telephone whilst social distancing measures are in effect but can be contacted in the usual ways - email, phone or at www.eastlondonmentalhealth.com *****
020 3856 3680
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Hello, I'm Simon Imrie, Senior Clinician at East London Mental Health. I operate from Shoreditch, specialising in helping men understand their feelings and so change their lives. Appointments available weekdays at various times, including some evenings. I offer Psychodynamic Psychotherapy helping you to explore your feelings and your behaviours in detail and so come to a deeper understanding of what makes you who you are.*****COVID-19 - I am working exclusively online and by telephone whilst social distancing measures are in effect but can be contacted in the usual ways - email, phone or at www.eastlondonmentalhealth.com *****
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Lars Leonidis
Psychologist, DCounsPsych, MBPsS Verified
Offers online therapy
I am a qualified Acceptance & Commitment Therapist with vast experience in clinical and forensic settings in the Netherlands. Currently working for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust while completing my Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of East London. I use a pluralistic approach that draws upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness-Based Interventions (MBCT/MBSR). I strongly believe that every person is unique and therefore every session is tailored to suit the client's needs, goals, and personality.
020 4530 8398
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I am a qualified Acceptance & Commitment Therapist with vast experience in clinical and forensic settings in the Netherlands. Currently working for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust while completing my Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of East London. I use a pluralistic approach that draws upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness-Based Interventions (MBCT/MBSR). I strongly believe that every person is unique and therefore every session is tailored to suit the client's needs, goals, and personality.
Paula Clarke-Little
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
Seeking therapy is a sign of courage in the depths of conflict. Currently, you may be troubled or overwhelmed, not knowing what is happening either within you, your partner or communicatively between your couple. To be understood and appreciated while conveying the same qualities to another person is an essential component of any satisfying relationship, but it is one that takes an emotional commitment from those involved in finding a resolution. The question I often ask my clients is, "Can you bear the difference of the other, or even tolerate the possibility that they may have a different perspective to the one in your mind?"
020 8103 3878
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Offers online therapy
Seeking therapy is a sign of courage in the depths of conflict. Currently, you may be troubled or overwhelmed, not knowing what is happening either within you, your partner or communicatively between your couple. To be understood and appreciated while conveying the same qualities to another person is an essential component of any satisfying relationship, but it is one that takes an emotional commitment from those involved in finding a resolution. The question I often ask my clients is, "Can you bear the difference of the other, or even tolerate the possibility that they may have a different perspective to the one in your mind?"
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Dolores Forcadell
Counsellor, MA, MBACP Verified
Offers online therapy
I am a Psychodynamic Counsellor that works with Children and Young People from ages 3-18 As a Psychodynamic Counsellor I believe that unconscious processes guide our ways of relating to each other. At the centre of my practice is the child’s well-being and safety. I aim to create a safe space for children to feel able to be themselves without judgment, what Winnicott refers as the 'facilitating environment’, where the child’s inner world can be explored.
020 8106 4727
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I am a Psychodynamic Counsellor that works with Children and Young People from ages 3-18 As a Psychodynamic Counsellor I believe that unconscious processes guide our ways of relating to each other. At the centre of my practice is the child’s well-being and safety. I aim to create a safe space for children to feel able to be themselves without judgment, what Winnicott refers as the 'facilitating environment’, where the child’s inner world can be explored.

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How can I tell if a counsellor is right for me?
Counsellors and therapists in E1 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, you can find CBT Therapists in E1 who focus on a specific issue, as well as DBT Therapists in E1 who help clients with new skills to manage their emotions and relationships.

If you're seeking a marriage counsellor in E1 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counselling or couples counselling in E1 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counselling in E1 or family therapy in E1.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way'. A couples counsellor or a family counsellor may use different techniques depending on the one that works best for you. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.

Can I afford counselling?
Yes. Most counsellors offer reasonable rates or will work on a sliding scale basis. Many accept health insurance. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the counsellor.