Angie Casali BA (Hons) Dip MBACP

Angie Casali BA (Hons) Dip MBACP



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About me

My therapeutic approach endeavours to help ease emotional pain as well as supporting clients in working towards living a more fulfilled and rewarding life.

I am an Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor which means I embrace many models and skills that help me to adapt my approach to suit the individual needs of each client. The models I use include Person Centred/Humanistic and Psychodynamic theories.

In practice I support clients to understand the cycle of patterns in their lives which cause distress, and help facilitate insight into the roots of their thinking, self beliefs and behaviours.  I believe past experiences significantly inform and shape our internal structures and affect how we view ourselves within relationships and society.

My aim is to provide a trusting environment where clients feel heard and understood. During this process, a fresh awakening ignites personal empowerment and the confidence to contemplate change or growth in a balanced and natural way.

About Therapy

Often we feel the need to share our internal pain with a therapist without knowing specifically why, yet we know our intuition tells us something is not sitting comfortable with us.  I work with the here-and-now issues clients present or with historical issues.

Psychotherapy provides a safe, confidential space so that personal difficulties can be gently unfolded and understood at a pace that you set.  Each session is an opportunity to feel truly seen and heard in a way that can be deeply healing. This allows themes to surface and a shift towards coming to terms with any problems you are facing.  This guides us to set achievable aims for therapy and to be aware of possible difficulties during this process of self discovery.

An initial assessment provides a confidential space to engage with your present feelings and the opportunity to decide if you would like to work with my support.

Therapy can initially be challenging as it requires you to discuss upsetting emotions and painful memories.  This process is necessary in order to start to move forward and find healing.

In my experience, holding onto painful feelings and emotions is far more damaging than learning how to express, process and find freedom from psychological blocks.  Healing requires understanding your pain with compassion and replacing this with knowledge, new behavioural tools and a new direction in life.

Training, qualifications & experience


  • Professional Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling  - 2 year clinical training in Humanistic/Person centred and Psychodynamic approach
  • EFT Accredited Practitioner (tapping)  - 1 year study
  • Professional Certificate in Counselling Studies  - 1 year clinical training in Humanistic/Person centred and Psychodynamic approach
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education - 13 years teaching and mentoring young people
  • BA (Hons) in Humanities - 3 year University degree specialising in Sociology
  • NHS Mental Health Centre - 2 years with emergency psychological support service referral team

Before training as a psychotherapist, I worked in educational settings where I monitored the emotional wellbeing of professionals and young adults. I gained a depth of knowledge regarding child development, behavioural difficulties and mental health issues.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


£55 for a 50 minute therapy appointment

Further information

I have provided psychological support to people in a range of educational and counselling settings which include:

Private practice
Fresh Start Psychotherapies
St Joseph's Hospice bereavement counselling service
Hackney drug and Alcohol counselling service
Hackney Carers - working with parents
Pupil Referral Centre
Secondary Schools
NHS Mental Health Support Services

Providing support in areas that include: anxiety, loss of confidence, social anxiety, anger management, self confidence, depression, post abortion, bereavement, cancer, suicidal ideation, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, family difficulties, sexual abuse, gender identity, sexuality, domestic violence, addiction, self harm, trauma, PTSD.

Maps & Directions

Hackney, E8
Hackney, E9

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: Yes

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme