Alan Bordeville, MEd (Counselling Psych), MBACP
The Body Factory
105 Nibthwaite Road
My approach to counselling is one of curiosity, compassion, and connection--with these three factors in mind, I work together with you to explore your particular concerns. I have a background in health and wellness, mental health and addictions, and have worked with hospitals, private clinics, and rehabilitation centres.
I have personally experienced the benefits of counselling, and am committed to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. When I am not working, I run and practice yoga. I also have an interest in the healing benefits of the arts, and enjoy playing music and attending the theatre. I am from Vancouver, Canada.
Selecting a therapist can be a daunting task. Research has consistently shown that the relationship between you and your counsellor is the most important catalyst for change. Searching for someone who is qualified is important, but more importantly it should be someone you feel comfortable with.
Any relationship takes time to build, and begins with a first step. With me, this starts with an initial consultation to determine if we are a good fit. If we are, then we will ideally book weekly 50 minute appointments. Clients commonly continue sessions for 10 weeks, with more or less sessions depending on your specific needs.
The first session will be a chance for you to share what brings you to counselling. You may be stressed, anxious, depressed, or struggling with relationship issues. Whatever your particular concern may be, you can benefit from counselling:
- Gain insight and awareness
- Learn new coping strategies
- Resolve outdated patterns
- Explore new ways of being
- Improve your relationships
Book an initial consultation today at email@example.com
"Clearly dedicated to his path of purposeful engagement." --R.L.
"Demonstrates self-awareness through his values, introspection and behaviour." --A.P.
"Has a warm, non-judgmental personality." --M.M
"Able to pick up on the complexities of what lies underneath the problems presented." --A.G.
"I appreciated the fact that it was at my own pace." --C.A.
"Extremely helpful in guiding me and giving me a sense of peace” --A.D.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Master's degree in Counselling Psychology
- Bachelor's degree in Health Science
- Registered Member BACP
- Fellow Royal Society of Arts (The RSA)
- College counselling instructor
- 10+ years experience in health, wellness and stress management
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Family issues
- Feeling sad
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Passive aggressive behaviour
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Personal development, transitions, expats
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£60 per 50 min (Harrow and online)
£90 per 50 min (Central London)
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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Types of client