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Jane Czyzselska

London, WC1X 9DE

About me

No matter who or where we are in our lives, many of us find ourselves facing challenges that disrupt our sense of emotional wellbeing. Whether we feel we’re in crisis, anxious, stuck, depressed or unable to live life to our fullest potential, whether we’re having difficulty in intimate relationships, with friends, at work or with family, each of us comes to therapy with their own unique story, requiring a sensitive approach with qualified professional.

My therapeutic approach is integrative and my belief is that we heal through relationship, so my hope is that through our time working together I will support you to become more deeply connected to the person you want to be. It’s easy to lose sight of this fundamental human need if emotional and physical abuse, loss, addiction and others’ disregard for our unique identities make us feel worn down, anxious and overwhelmed.

I work with a diverse range of clients from all walks of life and because I've been working in the arts and media industries for over twenty years, I also understand the particular kinds of pressures experienced by those who work as writers, authors, editors, academics and journalists; in media, modelling, fashion, film, TV, and the literary and visual arts.

At present, I offer short and long term weekly counselling and psychotherapy. If you would like to contact me to arrange an initial consultation or to ask any questions you may have, do email me by the 'email me' option. My hourly rate is £60-£70 but I offer lower cost slots when possible. Please feel free to ask about these when you make your enquiry.

Training, qualifications & experience

I trained at The Minster Centre for 6 years and obtained a Diploma in Integrative Counselling and a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy. My dissertation explores the experiences of intersex clients in therapy. My approach is relational and integrative which means I integrate aspects of different theoretical approaches into our work, paying attention to what is going on between us and adapt to the particular needs of each client.

I have worked as a volunteer for two years with young adults aged 16 - 25 at the young people's charity Step Forward in London. There I worked with clients on an open-ended basis for varying lengths of time, who came from a range of faith communities, race and class backgrounds, many of whom were exploring their gender and sexual identities, or who wanted to address their experiences of sexual abuse.

I have also volunteered for 18 months at LGBTQI charity London Friend offering time-limited counselling to a range of clients, many of whom had experienced profound trauma in their countries of origin as a result of homophobic laws and who came to Britain and who experienced further trauma and racism as they went through the asylum treadmill. Others were struggling with addictions, chemsex, bereavement, gender identity. anxiety and eating disorders.

Clients who've worked with me say that they feel listened to and seen for who they are in a non-judgemental space where together we thoughtfully reflect on problems and come to a place of greater understanding, self-acceptance or resolution. The therapeutic journey is bound to stir things up as well as bring some clarity and change, and it's my hope that clients will leave therapy feeling they understand and accept themselves better, feeling more robust and connected to their agency.

Member organisations

BACP

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

BACP is one of the UK’s largest professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy. Therapists registered with the Association fall into a number of different membership categories such as Individual Member, Registered Member MBACP and Registered Member MBACP (Accred), each standing for different levels of training and experience. MBACP (Accred) and MBACP (Snr Accred) members have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by the Association.

Registered members can be found on the BACP Register, which was the first register to achieve Accredited Voluntary Register status issued by the Professional Standards Authority. Individual Members will have completed an appropriate counselling and/or psychotherapy course and started to practise, but will not appear on the BACP Register until they've progressed to Registered Member MBACP status.

All members are bound by a Code of Ethics & Practice and a Complaints Procedure. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

Accredited register membership

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Accredited Register Scheme

The Accredited Register Scheme was set up in 2013 by the Department of Health (DoH) as a way to recognise organisations that hold voluntary registers which meet certain standards. These standards are set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

This therapist has indicated that they belong to an Accredited Register.

Other areas of counselling I deal with

I also offer Lifespan Integration therapy which is particularly helpful in the clearing of a wide range of traumas, including emotional neglect and abandonment. Through this gentle and powerful technique I have helped clients to address issues such as self esteem, anxiety, self-confidence, relationship difficulties (family of origin, romantic, friends and workplace relationships) and emetophobia (fear of feeling or being sick). These sessions cost £60-£90 and often require 60-90 minutes.

Therapies offered

  • Integrative

Fees

I charge £65-£75 per 50 minute session. I do offer lower-cost slots, however these are currently taken.

Lifespan Integration sessions require 60-90 minutes weekly and these are charged on a £60-£90 pro rata basis.

Lenta Business Centre
180 King's Cross Rd
Kings Cross
London
WC1X 9DE

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a counsellor's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

Wheelchair user access Unspecified

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Jane Czyzselska

Jane Czyzselska