Julian 'Juline' Mauger - MA Oxon, MA Herts, MBACP

Julian 'Juline' Mauger - MA Oxon, MA Herts, MBACP

About me

Do you need to feel better about yourself and live life more how you want it? Counselling can sometimes be a quick fix, but is usually much more.

I work with all issues, but specialise in in-depth therapy, working with patterns of feelings, behaviour and relationships that are more difficult to understand and change.

We all need help at times.  Maybe you don't feel at peace or are in the middle of a crisis. Maybe you have have lost your way, or are not sure who you are.  When we agree a counselling session, you can just show up as you are right now. Bring as much or as little as you want. Gently, we can start to make sense of it, so that you can feel better and move forward.

We can look together at whatever you are finding upsetting or difficult. That may be who you are as a person or feeling bad about yourself. It may be situations or relationships that are not working well. Perhaps you face anxiety, depression, anger or obsessions - or thoughts that worry you. You may be feeling nothing at all or are just not sure what is wrong.  If there are past or childhood experiences which trouble you, we can explore how these affect you now. We do this at your own pace and only if you want to. Counselling can be short or long term

I provide low-cost counselling (meaning: no profit to me) for adults who were abused in childhood. If you experienced abuse in childhood, or currently experience dissociation or have identity issues, please also read the "Other Areas" section as you scroll down.

I have 30 years' experience working in counselling, mentoring and providing individual support. I am a fully qualified and experienced counsellor, working in private practice in London, mostly with adults. I have specialist training to work with traumatic bereavement and an interest in working with people with childhood trauma or who dissociate.

Living and working with people facing difficulties has always been part of my life. I started by counselling employees in the City (London) who were having problems with lifestyle issues.

I have been a volunteer counsellor for a charity providing services for people who have lost a pregnancy, baby or child, including through miscarriage or termination; and people facing domestic abuse; and for another charity for people who have a lost a family member in a road crash or been traumatised themselves.

I have lived and worked with young offenders and people with addictions. I set up and ran an online support group for people with gender identity issues and have worked with services dealing with welfare rights, human rights violations, mental health problems and disabilities.

Training, qualifications & experience

Core counselling training (level 7)
Master of Arts (MA) in Contemporary Therapeutic Counselling

Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling

Diploma in Counselling

(University of Hertfordshire)


Specialist counselling training
Traumatic bereavement (Road Victims Trust)

Other qualifications
Master of Arts (University of Oxford)

As a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), I am committed to on-going professional development and work within their Code of Ethics.  I hold comprehensive civil liability insurance and have been Enhanced DBS checked to work with vulnerable adults and children.

Member organisations

BACP

Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

If you have experienced abuse in childhood (physical, sexual, neglect or otherwise), please let me know. I take on 1-2 such clients at a reduced rate.

I have particular experience of working with people who:

  • identify as transgender or are questioning their gender identity
  • dissociate or feel they have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD)

I also enjoy helping people to find their own, very personal identity and place in the world, sometimes related to ethnicity, disability, gender or sexuality.

Photos & videos

  • Juline Counselling

Fees

My standard fee for online and face-to-face counselling is £60 per session. Some lower cost sessions are available.

Sessions last 50 minutes and are weekly at the same time each week.

If you are not sure about starting counselling, please feel free to call me first. Or you can book an Introductory Session (£30).

I currently also provide some lower cost sessions for adults who experienced abuse in childhood.

Further information

Much more about my services - please go to my website julinecounselling.com

Locations - I currently hold sessions in central London, within walking distance of Kings Cross /St. Pancras and Camden High Street (Camden rail and Morning Crescent underground stations).

Contact me - You can contact me by phone (07963 740048 - text or leave a voicemail) or email (red button on this page)

For relatives, carers and friends - Please feel free to contact me on someone's behalf. I will need confirmation from the person wanting counselling before I arrange a meeting.

Wheelchairs - the central London venue is wheelchair accessible. For larger wheelchairs, though, we will need to test access in and out of the lift. (If you decide at the first session that access is not adequate, I will not charge you for the session.)

Arranging the first session - If I believe I can help, I will suggest meeting. At the first session we can talk about what help you would like and how counselling / therapy might help you. You are not under any obligation to continue.

Maps & Directions

London, NW1

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Accessibility

Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: Yes

Availability

Online and face to face sessions available: start this week or next week. Introductory sessions £30. Contact: https://julinecounselling.com/ Some reduced fees available.

Types of client

Adults