Are you bogged down by the symptoms of anxiety? Are you sick of leading a life largely just trying to escape its effects? Plagued by worrisome or frightening thoughts? If any of these ring true to you then I believe I can help.
As well as being a qualified level 6 cognitive behavioural therapist, with 3 years of client experience, having enjoyed many years of study, I have also myself been a long term sufferer of generalised anxiety disorder.
However, having been raised by one parent with mental health issues and having an infrequent relationship with another parent who is by and large a contented person I became as much fascinated by how to change the relationship with our own anxieties in order to live the good life as with the placating of the symptoms of anxiety.
Which is what I do and offer as a therapist. On the one hand, we will get to know your own anxiety in the present in order to make small incremental changes to get you feeling better in the present, and on the other, we will try to understand the roots of your anxiety from the past in order to achieve both an understanding and an acceptance of it, which will help to change your relationship with it in order to gear you towards a clearer, contented and more exciting future, as you will develop a robustness from its effects.
If this sounds good to you and you would like to arrange either a phone or online session, or if you would like to know more, then please feel free to contact me on either 07474 736006 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I have worked with clients across the age range and, whilst I specialise in anxiety, I have also helped clients with a very wide range of issues, so regardless of whatever problem you are having it is worth contacting to see if what I have to offer can help you :)
Training, qualifications & experience
BA (Hons) Counselling
FdSc Counselling and Psychotherapy (CBT)
BACP Registered Member (MBACP)
3 years experience
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
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Accredited register membership
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Available 7 days a week (limited availability on Sundays) including evenings.