Relationship Issues Counselling in St Albans

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Photo of Joanna Morrin, Psychotherapist in St Albans, England
Joanna Morrin
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP
Verified
I am experienced in helping clients that feel confused about their life’s direction, struggle making or maintaining relationships or feel their relationship has reached a ‘stuck’ point.
Asking for help can be difficult and contacting a therapist may feel scary. That’s why from our first contact I aim to create a safe, confidential non-judgemental space for you to explore your difficulties. Talking to a therapist offers a different perspective on how you feel and relate to others. We’ll draw on your past and present to find new ways to move forward for the best future for you. We can all get stuck reacting in ways that are not always useful to our wellbeing. Working with a psychotherapist brings insight into how we react, why we react that way, and changing negative patterns thinking, feeling and behaviour.
01727 227289 
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St Albans AL1
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Sue Pallenberg
Psychotherapist, MUKCP
Verified
Experienced Psychotherapist For Relationship Difficulties Individuals and couples.
Hello, I have been working as a psychotherapist for 31 years, helping people to overcome problems when they are feeling overwhelmed, confused, perhaps depressed and anxious, struggling with relationships, or whatever difficulties life has thrown at them. As a Psychotherapist I can work with you in a unique and individual way that best suits your needs. I offer a safe and reliable therapeutic relationship in which to explore your presenting problems in a comfortable and confidential environment. I am also offering telephone, Skype or Zoom Sessions.
01727 875212 
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St Albans AL2
Offers online therapy
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Rukhsana Khan
Psychotherapist, MBACP Accred
Verified
I work collaboratively with my clients and believe the client-therapist relationship is key to make change possible, recognising your individuality/uniqueness as being the central principal of my work.
I offer a safe and confidential space for you to talk openly about any issues which may be causing you distress or concern in your life. It is not unusual for people to feel depressed or anxious at some stage in their life. Sometimes this can be related to a particular life event, other times these feelings can seem to come from nowhere. These periods can feel never ending and intense and often result in leaving you feeling isolated, confused stuck and struggling. Working with individuals, young people and couples, I provide short term solution focused therapy as well as long term therapy for issues needing more exploration.
01442 953130 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
Photo of Lauren Haycox, Psychotherapist in St Albans, England
Lauren Haycox
Psychotherapist, MSc, BPC
Verified
You might be feeling low, anxious, stuck in a rut in a relationship or at work or, alternatively, repeating the same old mistakes. You might have decided it's time to make sense of things that have happened in the past or wondering how to resolve a situation that's happening right now. Perhaps things are feeling very distressing or difficult. You might be looking for clarity and a way forward or just some space to be heard.
 
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St Albans AL1
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Marina Ziff
Counsellor, MA, MBACP
Verified
I support clients who are facing life’s challenges. These issues include but are not limited to self-esteem and confidence, relationships and intimacy, family dynamics, life transitions, body image, loss and grief, work stressors, and experiences around personal growth and existential concerns. I work with adult individuals - supporting them in developing a better relationship with themselves and the people that matter most to them in their lives.
01727 649271 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
Photo of Amy Engleman, Psychotherapist in St Albans, England
Amy Engleman
Psychotherapist, MNCS Accred
Verified
As adults we can lose our power, have others take it away or have our confidence broken by relationship breakdown or workplace conflict.
Are you upset and overwhelmed by relationships, work situations, family issues? That sense of panic and over thinking where your body feels stressed & the anxiety rockets? Did something happen that you have not shared with anyone, or feel nobody ‘gets it’? Has it felt too big & yet needs sorting and resolving? It’s understandable to feel frustrated, anxious or angry. Dealing with those feelings while maintaining a family, job & ‘a busy life’ can feel like hard work. “There needs to be more to life” & “It needs to be better than this “ are often said. To feel free from the past, to build a confidence in yourself.
01727 638148 
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St Albans AL4
Offers online therapy
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Kasia Keska
Psychologist, MA, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified
I have experience helping people manage a variety of issues and amongst them depression, anxiety, addiction, relationship issues , bereavement, trauma, self-esteem and identity issues.
Hello, I'm Kasia, a registered psychologist and a Gestalt psychotherapist working face-to-face and online. I provide a safe and non-judgmental space where we can explore your needs and concerns. I believe that the therapeutic relationship lies at the heart of any healing process from which a deep change can occur. We will work together to discover the root causes of your difficulties, identify your resources and take steps towards your desired goals. I will be alongside you, helping you to gain a better understanding of yourself and develop ways of relating that enhance everyday life.
01727 648574 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
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Pieter Willem Nel
Psychologist, PhD, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified
I provide psychological therapy for people who try to deal and cope with a wide range of difficulties and challenges, including: • Unhappiness, loneliness, and grief •Fears and anxieties • Relationship problems • Parents having problems managing their children or feeling that their own difficulties are affecting their children •Traumatic experiences • Stress.
In the 30 years since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist, I have worked with people in both physical and mental health services I have substantial experience in helping and supporting children, young people, parents, adults, couples, families who are experiencing difficulties in life. I have a strong belief that people are inherently resilient and resourceful, and that with the right help and support people can overcome their problems and lead a happy and fulfilling life. In all my work I aim to help people to develop, restore or strengthen connections with those who are important in their lives.
01727 649787 
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St Albans AL3
Offers online therapy
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Isidora Valetti
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified
Counselling can help bring clarity where there is confusion, resolve past issues, change behaviours and improve relationships. I work particularly effectively with couples, providing you and your partner with a safe and emphatic space to assist you in exploring the difficult issues you're facing in your relationship , whatever your age, gender or sexual orientation. This includes individually tailored sessions, regular relationship maintenance and relationship improvement sessions.
01727 260314 
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St Albans AL2
Offers online therapy
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Nicola M. Richter
Psychotherapist, MSc, MUKCP
Verified
In a safe environment and trusting therapeutic relationship you can discuss your innermost thoughts, feelings and beliefs, where I accept you the way you are and support you in what you wish to change.
I wish you during these extraordinary times of Covid - and any other challenges - the very best for yourself and those close to you. My practice is open by for in person and video sessions. I am here for you to talk about your emotional, psychological and spiritual/transpersonal and mindfulness issues. I taught at Universities and present at conferences. With 25+ years of practice I offer you a fully confidential space to explore your feelings and thoughts e.g. about anxiety, depression, suicide, relationships, boredom, death and dying, and meaning in life. And I am here for you for any other issue you wish to talk about.
01727 750088 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
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Al Tyers
Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP
Verified
Are you feeling low, lost or anxious? Are you looking for a supportive therapist who will listen to you and help you make sense of what’s going on in your life? I work with people who have anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues and depression, among other difficulties. Sometimes these emerged after a loss or setback, or maybe they are feelings that have always been there and now is the time to tackle them. Perhaps it's hard to even say why, or why now. Whichever it is, I’ll support you, listen to you, and help you understand what’s going on right now, how it relates to the past, and how you can make changes for the future.
020 8138 8599 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
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Wendy O'Neill
Psychologist, PsychD, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified
I believe that developing a positive working relationship is essential within the therapeutic space.
Hello, I'm Wendy and I am a Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years experience working in the NHS and Charity sector. I currently work within a specialist services with individuals and families with emotional difficulties. When we first meet, we will think together about your experiences, why you have come to therapy now, and your hopes for change. I hope to offer you a warm, non-judgmental, and safe therapeutic safe to help explore current difficulties and to find ways to overcome the challenges that are having an impact on your life.
020 3841 7311 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
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Belinda Shapps
Counsellor, DCounsPsych, MBACP
Verified
Regardless of what may be taking place in your life, be it past or present life issues, I am here to listen, help you make sense & unravel your feelings. There are times in our lives when we may require someone to speak to who can respectfully listen, be completely confidential and give you their complete attention. Ultimately, there will be no judgements. This is what I wholeheartedly aim to provide. The relationship between the therapist and client is a unique one and I truly believe that it is this relationship that leads to a successful therapeutic outcome.
01707 245340 
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St Albans AL1
Offers online therapy
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Peter Brown
Counsellor, MBACP
Verified
I offer a warm respectful safe environment where we can explore all the difficulties that you’re facing. Issues I work with include relationship issues , depression, anxiety, emotional withdrawal/disengagement, trauma (ptsd and cptsd), historical abuse, abuse, shame, low self esteem/confidence, people in transition, work issues, couple counselling to mention a few. Therefore if you are finding it difficult coping, struggling with difficult emotions and feelings, or your thinking is just going around and around in circles, get in touch with me, my door is always open.
01582 380654 
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St Albans AL1
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Michael Feldman
Counsellor, MBACP Accred
Verified
I have a naturally curious, warm and caring personality which allows the therapeutic relationship to develop resulting in me having a better understanding of you and your world.
I am a very experienced counsellor working with a wide range of clients presenting with a broad spectrum of issues. I work with both individuals and couples and have a particular interest in working with relationships, depression and anxiety. I also specialise in working with porn and sex addiction. I have additional training in IAPT Counselling for Depression as well as a Level 5 Diploma in Sex Addiction Counselling.
01727 227293 
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St Albans AL2
Photo of Mariette Bothma, Psychologist in St Albans, England
Mariette Bothma
Psychologist, MSc, HCPC - Clin. Psych.
Verified
I specialize in helping clients with depression, anxiety, low self esteem and relationship difficulties. I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and BABCP Accredited CBT Therapist. I help my clients by working closely with them to understand the barriers they face in reaching their life, work and relationship goals and offer them psychological tools to remove these barriers. I offer face to face and online sessions, to provide flexibility to my clients.
01438 584573 
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St Albans AL1
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Valley Counselling
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified
Problems are personal, bereavement, depression, stress, relationship breakdowns and anxiety can all feel unbearable and isolating. The reasons for seeking counselling or psychotherapy are as unique and varied as we are. Sometimes we have an idea of what is annoying or upsetting us. Sometimes we struggle to understand issues that darken our days. We might enter a cycle of blame or self-loathing in which we get lost, finding it difficult to move forwards in our lives.
01727 638101 
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St Albans AL2
Offers online therapy
Photo of Bernie Wooder, Psychotherapist in St Albans, England
Bernie Wooder
Psychotherapist, DCounsPsych, MUKCP
Verified
Are you suffering from crippling anxiety, a prisoner of depression or disillusioned by your relationship - I can help you – How - Over 27 years I have developed proven techniques that I can teach you that actually work in neutralising the effect of anxiety and depression and by making you aware of how or what it is that triggers these feelings.
The way I work is that Compassion is my guiding principle. Spiritually Eckhart Tolle is my inspiration, My focus is to truly understand your problem and we work together as a team to end your suffering. To do that I use my 27 years of professional experience to help you get peace of mind and heart. I am a qualified Psychotherapist and Counsellor registered with the UKCP, with 27 years of experience which has included counselling and training therapists at Guys Hospital, London. I am also a trained Hypnotherapist - specialising in confidence, self esteem, setting goals for your future and dealing with any kind of fear or failure.
020 3974 2065 
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St Albans AL1
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Marie Cairney
Counsellor, MA, MBACP
Verified
As a professionally qualified, Relate-trained relationship specialist, I help couples; families and individuals manage and enhance their relationships by improving communication and by helping them develop a better appreciation of their own and others’ relationship needs. When facing relationship issues and crises, I work with my clients to resolve ongoing conflict, reach important decisions, and importantly; make desired changes.
01442 953380 
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St Albans AL1
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Laura Drane
Psychotherapist, MA, MBACP
Verified
I provide a compassionate and empathic space for you to bring whatever is bothering you right now. I will always work to your agenda and support you to make changes if that is what you want or just support you through a difficult patch. I have extensive experience working with anxiety, depression, social anxiety and relationship issues .
01920 452588 
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St Albans AL1
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Relationship Issues Counsellors
While need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish.

If you're looking for a St Albans relationship counsellor, these professionals provide relationship therapy and counselling in St Albans.