Bereavement Counselling in Tower Hamlets, LondonSee all counsellors in Tower Hamlets, London
I can support you with managing trauma and PTSD, anxiety, low mood, addiction, phobias, bereavement and more.
Hello and welcome to my profile, thanks for taking a look. I am a qualified Human Givens Therapist offering counselling from my room in Welling South London, and Canary Wharf E14. I work with people from 9 years old and upwards. The therapy I offer is brief and solution focused. I know how important rapport is so if you don't find a connection with me after our first session there is no onward commitment. Sometimes sharing your worries with another person outside your family can be the first step towards a positive change. To find out more about how we can work together why not get in touch?
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Counsellor, MBBS, MBACP
If you are reading this, you have already begun the process of finding a therapist and I understand that this is a courageous step. A step towards change and commitment to yourself. Maybe you are wanting to understand yourself better? Looking for an opportunity to have a deeper knowledge of yourself and your behaviour? You might want more satisfaction in your career or be struggling with a personal or business relationship? Experiencing a loss ? Recent diagnosis of life limiting illness? Or seeking a professional relationship with someone that will allow space for talking about your problems/challenges and explore these experiences?
Elena Constantinou K. Playa
I have extensive experience working within Mind in an NHS setting , Cruse Bereavement Care and Woman's Trust Charity where I focused on clients that suffered Domestic Abuse.
I am a qualified humanistic counsellor who has experience in working with a variety of clients. I am bilingual and I offer counselling in English and Greek. I use the Person-centred approach as well as other humanistic approaches such as Gestalt and Transactional analysis. I have experience of a wide range of areas, including mild to moderate depression, anxiety, bereavement , divorce, relationship issues, domestic abuse, self-esteem and work-related issues. Furthermore I have experience working with adults, elderly people and young adults. I work ethically and comply with the BACP ethical framework.
Counsellor, MA, MBACP Accred
You may be feeling anxious, depressed, angry, confused, struggling in relationships or with bereavement , or simply be curious about yourself.
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP
I offer my clients help with a broad range of issues from anxiety, depression, family issues, and trauma to bereavement .
As an ‘Integrative therapist’, I draw upon a combination of ideas and techniques, and I work with you as a whole person, paying attention to both the physical and psychological processes and how they are connecting together. I am a trauma-informed and IFS-informed practitioner passionate about using neuroscience to support healing in the aftermath of trauma. Through continued professional development courses, I have become accustomed to combining therapeutic methods, Body Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems and Mindfulness to facilitate a reconnection with the body and self.
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MBACP
I work with people who are suffering from anxiety, depression, bereavement , relationships issues etc.
I am trained to help you cope with emotional and issues which can affect people of all ages. You may be suffering from anxiety or depression, have relationship problems, low self-esteem, have been bereaved or be dealing with other difficult events. Counselling provides you with a chance to talk about your feelings and experiences in a safe place with someone who will listen to and support you. Your counsellor will seek to understand, not judge and will work with you to make sense of your situation and make changes that improve your life.
Help and Hope Counselling
People come to counselling to seek help for various reasons; when experiencing difficult or distress emotions, feeling low, overwhelmed or going through the pains of loss . Or perhaps, you are having an on-going relational difficulties, struggling with change or even searching for more meaning or value to your life. If you would welcome some time and space set aside in your week to meet with me to safely explore your issues. I hope to create and offer you a safe space to speak and reflect. I welcome the chance to be a part of that journey.
Psychotherapist, MA, MUKCP
I'm an integrative psychotherapist offering short and long-term counselling and psychotherapy. I specialise in areas of loss , bereavement , illness and trauma, The area of my expertise is working with trauma, including bereavement , complex trauma, loss and relationship/family issues. Integrative psychotherapy means that I can offer specific treatments or interventions in the context of what is needed and most appropriate. I have extensive training and experience to accommodate your unique individual needs using a holistic approach. I am also qualified to provide therapy using EMDR, Brainspotting.
Psychotherapist, PhD, MUKCP
I have practised at multiple psychotherapy organizations across London, focusing on mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, physical and sexual abuse, addiction, self-harm, compulsive behaviour and bereavement which I have a great deal of experience with.
I offer a private, strictly confidential and non-judgemental service. I stress the last point in the belief that psychotherapy has the potential to be one of the few truly non-judgemental relational spaces available to us. Please see my website for further information.
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
My practical experience in therapeutic work includes clients affected by issues of loss , bereavement , addiction, trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias and OCD.
As an integrative practitioner with a longstanding background in psychology and neuroscience, I structure therapy around the needs of my client using Humanistic, CBT, ERP and MBCT techniques, in conjunction with psychoeducation and Trauma-informed practice. Centred on a Client-centred approach, I employ a variety of evidence-based treatments to deepen self-awareness, offering clients a proactive involvement in their therapeutic process. My practice is based in New Mills, Derbyshire and virtually, in a confidential, safe and empathic environment.
Psychotherapist, MA, MUKCP
I specialize in offering an holistic approach in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bereavement , and addictions.
I qualified as a therapist in 2007, and later as a Transpersonal psychotherapist. I work in full time private practice and provide one to one psychotherapy. I am also an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. As well as offering face to face appointments, I also see clients online, both in the UK and internationally. My experience of having worked with clients online over a number of years, is that it can provide an effective means of working at depth and supporting real change. Many of the approaches I use within a face to face context have been successfully adapted.
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My clients to-date have varied in age and come from diverse backgrounds. I have successfully supported them through bereavement , anxiety, depression, and trauma. Together we have explored their formative experiences which has helped them to gain insight into their current patterns of behaviour, ultimately enabling them to change them.
I am also experienced in working with bereavement and loss .
I am a Transactional Analysis Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. I focus on the relational issues in your life. Why are your relationships not working? Why do you feel isolated and misunderstood? Would you like to understand yourself better?
Matilda Tonkin Wells
You might be experiencing depression, grief , anxiety or trauma or simply wish to get to know yourself better or work on how to flourish more in your life.
My approach to psychotherapy is rooted in establishing sustainable relationships to self, others and the world in which we dwell. Through a creative, body based approach, I can offer you a space to meet what is challenging or what weighs upon you and nourish what helps you feel well, resourced and grounded. In our sessions you can expect talking, moving, art making and creative writing but the way the sessions unfold will be guided by you and your process.
Psychotherapist, MA, BACP
Sometimes loss is experienced through bereavement , however “ loss ” is not solely related to death .
I have always been fascinated by the complexity of human beings, their darkness and their lights. I consider the therapeutic room not only as a space for self-reflection and exploration of what feels difficult to process on your own, but also a place to speak the unspeakable. Therapy can provide an opportunity to challenge behaviours that may appear unchangeable or automatic. As a practitioner I am interested in the integration of cultural and gender studies and have experience working with depression, isolation, sexual identity, existential difficulties, relational dilemmas and bereavement .
Amanda Pamela Day
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MBACP Accred
In these challenging times you may be experiencing anxiety, struggling to make sense of your world while coping with existing emotional issues. I understand how difficult this can be and offer a safe, confidential space where we can explore the issues or events that have led you to seek counselling. At various stages in our lives we can struggle to make sense of things, whether in our relationships, working lives, due to bereavement or any major life event. This can result in feelings of anxiety, low self esteem, depression and lack of motivation and energy. We may feel our relationships are in crisis and cannot see a way through.
In addition I have experience in the following other areas; *Anger Issues *Anxiety * Bereavement * Depression *Domestic Abuse * Family Conflict *Mental health issues.
As a person-centred counsellor based in north London, I believe that talking can help us feel less isolated with our problems and thoughts. Sometimes it’s difficult to talk to family and friends; you may not wish to cause worry or distress or you may not want their advice and opinion. I provide an understanding , non-judgemental and safe space where you will be heard and where you can bring issues and concerns that may be preventing you from being who you want to be and where you want to be in your life. I offer an initial assessment, which will enable us to see if we connect and whether you feel comfortable within the counsel
Counsellor, MSc, MBACP
Sometimes life can be difficult - whether you are dealing with the loss of a loved one, managing anxiety or feeling a sense of overwhelm that makes life a struggle, counselling can help to support you through these times. I offer a friendly and flexible approach, integrating different approaches to provide the support you need. Sometimes talking things over and being heard and understood is enough, and at other times some tools and techniques can be helpful.
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP
I have experience in working with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, sexual abuse, anger issues, addictions, personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress, panic disorder, bereavement and relationship problems.
I am a UKCP accredited Relational Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist. My approach is relational, which is an efficacious and powerful model of working with individuals who struggle with psychological, emotional and relational distress. Relationships are at the very heart of what it is to be human and a specific pattern of relating might be the roots of psychological distress. In the first sessions, we can explore what are your difficulties and together according to your needs we can create a specific treatment plan.
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MNCS Prof Accred
I am here to help you help yourself. I work with a range of counselling techniques to enable me to help a board range of people. We all have times in our lives where we may struggle and find things difficult. If you feel distressed, counselling can provide vital relief. I am here to provide the compassionate support you need to help you find effective solutions to help with your distress. I am able to provide support with anxiety, depression, bereavement , crisis, anger, stress, trauma and relationship issues and a lot more.
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How long does therapy take for grief?
There is no exact timeline for grief counseling. Some people may start to feel better after just a few sessions, while others may take months or longer to feel relief. Some specific approaches, including some types of CBT, may involve a set number of sessions, or therapy may be open-ended until the patient determines they are ready to wrap up. Just as there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there is no right or wrong way to seek therapy for grief.
When should you seek therapy for grief?
Many people mistakenly believe that their grief needs to be debilitating or all-encompassing to warrant therapy. This is not the case. While people who experience severe, prolonged grief—particularly those who are considering self-harm or engaging in unhealthy substance use—are especially likely to benefit from therapy, so too are people whose grief is less intense but still interfering with well-being or daily functioning. In practice, almost anyone struggling to process a loss could benefit from grief counseling.
Can grief be managed without therapy?
Oftentimes, yes. Grief is a near-universal part of being human, and many find that their grief, while profound, does not stop them from participating in day-to-day life and steadily eases over time without outside help. For others, however, the harsh pain of early grief persists for months or years or leaves them unable to function. This group is especially likely to benefit from seeing a therapist, who can guide them through their grief and help them reconnect with the world.
What happens if grief is left untreated?
Because grief does not in itself necessitate therapy, untreated grief will often resolve on its own. However, for some people—particularly those who would qualify for a diagnosis of prolonged grief disorder—untreated grief can be a source of seemingly endless pain or lead them to withdraw from the world. In such cases, treatment can be indispensable, as it can help an individual adapt to the loss and start living again.