The loss of people or things can bring anxiety and depression as we struggle to take care of our own needs and wellbeing. By focusing on the root of the matter, we can make some lasting and meaningful changes. The way we talk to others and ourselves is a window to what’s going on inside. My counselling space, ‘A Space For’, is a place for you to explore what that is. We can be too easily swept up in the day-to-day and in our long ingrained habits and beliefs that it takes dedicated time and focus to unravel what really is causing us pain, the grudges and guilt.
I have a focus on bereavement counselling as I believe that all pain can be attributed to loss and grief over a life that was or a life that could have been. The theories of grief can help us make sense of our anguish when we lose a relationship, a job, as well as the passing of a loved one.
Responses to grief can be broadly placed in two camps: restorative or loss orientation. Some people find it easier to place their energy into getting on with the rest of life, preoccupying themselves with the practical and controllable sides of life. Others are floored and swept up in the waves of loss. No side is wrong. We need to experience both inside.
“A short clip for you to see how I am. ”
- Years in Practice: 7 Years
- Membership: British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy / Accredited Member
- Training: MSc Health Psychology / 2009; Diploma in Person-Centred Therapeutic Counselling / 2016
I combine a focus on building your self-awareness, alongside knowledge on behaviour change and wellbeing to diminish and prevent distress.
- Coping Skills
- Emotional Disturbance
- Life Transitions
- Marital and Premarital
- Peer Relationships
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Sleep or Insomnia
- Mood Disorders
Ethnicity: Asian and Other Racial or Ethnic Background
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Walk & Talk