• Abortion
  • Abuse
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • ADD / ADHD
  • Addictions
  • Anger
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Anxiety & Panic Attacks
  • anxiety/stress
  • Asperger syndrome
  • Bereavement
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Business coaching
  • Cancer
  • Career coaching
  • Child related issues
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME
  • coaching
  • coaching or personal consultancy.
  • Coaching supervision
  • Cognitive Behavioural (CBT)
  • Counselling
  • creative therapy.
  • Cultural issues
  • Depression
  • Development coaching
  • Disability
  • Dissociation
  • Drugs
  • Eating disorders
  • Eating Problems
  • Executive coaching
  • finance
  • General counselling
  • Health related issues
  • Hearing Voices
  • Hoarding
  • Identity issues
  • Infertility
  • Kent for over 26 years on a part-time basis and left in March 2017. During that period she saw over 2
  • lack of confidence and low self esteem
  • Leadership coaching
  • LGBT issues and bereavement. I am qualified in both the Person-Centred Approach & CBT.
  • Life coaching
  • life crisis
  • life transitions and pregnancy related issues and loss. Whatever
  • lincoln
  • Local Authority's
  • Logotherapy
  • London 1997.
  • Loneliness
  • long term health conditions
  • long-term conditions
  • Loss
  • loss of all kinds
  • loss&bereavement
  • low self-esteem
  • low self-esteem and family/relationship issues . The aim of our work together would then be to raise mood
  • low self-esteem...Finding a right therapist is important
  • manage anxiety/stress
  • managing one of their sites.I am also listed on Psychology Today and Counselling Directory. @londoncounselling - Instagram
  • Men's issues
  • Mental Health studies (MSc.)
  • mentoring
  • Mind
  • months
  • my experience has brought me into contact with people from a variety of social and cultural backgrounds with diverse
  • my work is mainly underpinned by psychodynamic concepts and Internal Family Systems therapy. Furthermore
  • needs. I have a proven record of working effectively with people presenting with single and complex issues
  • neuroscience and mindfulness.Ê
  • no matter how big or small.As a minimum
  • non-judgemental and confident person.My priority across the board
  • non-judgemental environment to help you unravel your problems.I believe a big heart
  • non-judgmental and 100% there for.me." V.W."Adela is an amazing
  • Obsessions
  • Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
  • OCD
  • offering therapy to clients within a local diverse community. I have also worked for a psychotherapy recovery clinic based near Harley Street and a University Counselling service. Since then
  • on both a short and long term basis
  • on the border of Hackney and Islington in north-east London
  • open-ended therapy could be helpful in understanding and moving on from longer standing issues. In both short and longer term work
  • or have any other questions please contact me for a chat.I also work as a Teacher on the meditation and sleep app Insight Timer
  • or maybe you can't quite put your finger on what's bothering you. Whatever the reason
  • or years. My focus is on building a therapeutic relationship in which the client feels seen
  • Organisations and young people
  • Paddock Wood
  • panic
  • Panic Attacks
  • Paranoia
  • parenting
  • particularly those who have been dealing with difficult feelings for a long time
  • Person Centred
  • Person-centred Therapy
  • Personal development
  • Personality Disorder
  • Phobias
  • physical
  • please do so
  • pornography
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Postnatal Depression
  • Pregnancy related issues
  • private space to fully explore your thoughts and feelings. A fundamental part of the way I work is to fully accept people as they are
  • producing free audio content for the millions of meditators who use the app. You can follow me @ www.insighttimer.com/bendouch
  • professional service and am also able to work with clients online
  • professional therapist
  • Psychodynamic
  • Psychosis
  • psychotherapy lincoln
  • rather than using a single approach
  • recognizing that the psychological
  • Redundancy
  • Regents College
  • Relate and the Dove Service.Before training as a therapist
  • relational issues
  • relationship difficulties
  • relationship issues
  • relationship problems
  • Relationships
  • Schizoaffective disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
  • Self-esteem
  • Self-harm
  • Service veterans
  • sessions can then start on a weekly
  • sex
  • Sex-related issues
  • Sexual identity
  • Sexuality
  • short-term
  • Short-term face-to-face work
  • Short-term face-to-face work Easy parking
  • showing warmth
  • Sleep Problems
  • so I went on to learn alternative therapies
  • so that you can tell me more about what you are looking to work on. This can then be followed by an initial appointment
  • so we can explore whatÕs going on for you while taking in the natural surroundings.Animal Assisted InterventionsI work with my own dog
  • social and environmental aspects of life are interconnected
  • Solution-Focused
  • some evenings and Saturday mornings.
  • spiritual
  • Spirituality
  • stopping for breaks to sit down and reflect as and when you need.
  • strengths-based and Person centred approaches. It's about creating the most effective therapeutic approach for you.Ê I can also integrate coaching and hypnotherapy into my practice.
  • Stress
  • Stress. Qualifications Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling
  • struggles with personal identity
  • such as Cognitive-behaviour Therapy
  • such as depression
  • such as substance misuse
  • such that we can agree and disagree and work together
  • Suicidal Feelings
  • supportive and faciliative environment that enables my supervisees to bring and explore whatever is important to them with regard to their client work and their development as a counsellor.ÊÊ
  • TA
  • tailored to suit the unique needs and preferences of each individual client. Rather than focusing solely on mental or emotional health I adopt a holistic approach
  • tailored towards individual issues
  • Tardive dyskinesia
  • team leadership
  • techniques from a number of theoretical approaches such as psychodynamic and CBT may be used. I work collaboratively
  • Telephone counselling.During our first appointment we will do a pre-therapy assessment
  • thank you.
  • the client
  • the counselling session takes place outdoors walking side by side.It is counselling in motion
  • the interaction can be either stroking
  • the journey can be much longer and deeper. However you choose to use therapy I will offer a safe
  • the London borough of Lewisham and central London. I am also very close to a number of bus routes serving the wider Bromley and Croydon boroughs. If you wish to drive
  • the NHSÕ IAPT service in Oxfordshire. I have previously worked with organizations in the public and voluntary sectors
  • the process of change continues within you. You might start to see things differently
  • the therapy I offer uses different theories and methods
  • the UKÕs leading mental health charity
  • the website listed on my profile here is in relation to this.Our company provides specialist problematic gambling in the workplace consultancy
  • their Advanced training for more complex issues and their training for Developmental Trauma.
  • therapist lincoln
  • therapy lincoln
  • there is ample
  • they then start to feel a bit better. By that I mean they feel calmer more positive and more in control again.Some of the ways we get to know you better is through looking at the way you breathe
  • this also coincides with my passion for the great outdoorsWalking Talking TherapyNot everyone feels comfortable in a counselling room. I offer walking talking therapy
  • this can be either be face to face or via telephone or video calls.Alongside my ongoing private work
  • this means that if you come and see me
  • to question things you'd previously accepted or have vivid intense dreams which are trying to show you something useful. Then when we meet again
  • tranquil and private environment in the Cheshire countryside but only 5 minutes from Manchester Airport.
  • Trauma
  • Types of therapy
  • Types of therapy (buzzwords you may have read like CBT
  • Types of therapy and theory. I chose to work in this way as I believe that we are all unique individuals with different ways of seeing the world
  • Types of therapy and work in an integrative way
  • Types of therapy are available via Skype just ask for this when you enquire about counselling
  • Types of therapy bring their own challenges and dynamics to the work and the variety ensures that I am constantly learning from and inspired by my work.If you are curious and interested in the process
  • Types of therapy depending on my clientÕs needs as we are all different
  • Types of therapy depending on the needs of each client. At the core of my practice is Person-Centred Therapy
  • Types of therapy I offer can be found on my website at: chillcounselling.co.uk
  • Types of therapy I use are Transactional Analysis
  • Types of therapy into the way I work; how I work is dependent on the needs of the person I am working with.People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons
  • Types of therapy to guide you through a process of self awareness and greater control. I am trained in Person Centred and Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Types of therapy to meet your individual needs. I offer a warm
  • Types of therapy to suit the varying needs of the different people that I work with
  • Types of therapy which I tailor to your particular situation and needs. What that looks like is you speaking as freely and honestly as you can and me asking questions
  • Types of therapy work for different people
  • Types of therapy work with everyone
  • Types of therapy: CBT
  • Types of therapy: Person-Centred - Cognitive Behavioural Ð Transactional Analysis. In addition I integrate
  • Types of therapy. I integrate mindfulness with more traditional talking therapies as I believe this taps into our inner wisdom Ð to find resources that we may not be aware of
  • Types of therapy) but my core approach is Person Centred; it is my absolute belief that you are the expert on you. As a Counsellor I can help you gain a better understanding of yourself
  • understand and explore the challenges in your life as you see them
  • University of NottinghamFees: Face to face or video sessions (50 minutes) - £42Ê
  • unresolved loss
  • value
  • via the telephone and in their own homes.Ê
  • we can discuss how best to proceed. Having your issues heard in a non-judgmental environment is often vital for initiating the process of change.
  • we may arrange an initial consultation where your concerns as a couple or an individual can be explored. If we agree to work together
  • we will work together to identify
  • we'll sit down face to face and get to know one another before any decisions are made.I'm ready to answer any questions you may have and hopefully
  • we'll try and make sense of it all and find your best way through.I have worked with clients referred by The NHS
  • What I can help with'
  • What I can help with' below). Short-term therapy may address current concerns
  • What I can help with' section below. I work from my home in De Beauvoir
  • What I can help withEating disorders
  • What I can help withI believe that lasting change is achieved through a supportive
  • what it might mean for you
  • when appropriate
  • whether that be weeks
  • which can be face-to-face or by tele-counselling/video-counselling. Individual appointments are £45
  • which enables me to tailor your therapy to suit you. At the heart of all my work is a person-centred ethos which means that my priority is to build a trusting
  • which I combine with sensitivity and intuition. I am thus able to respect and respond to the varying needs of each person I see
  • which places the individual and their experiences at the centre of the therapeutic relationship.Ê I have over 15 years experience working with young people
  • while being accessible online to those who cannot attend in person. If you'd like to arrange a consultation
  • whilst co-creating a treatment approach with them that is as unique as they are.ÊI have since trained in other
  • whilst my expertise is in therapy - in the listening and noticing what you are saying and not saying
  • who IÊworked with throughout my time there."Adela Austin worked at Woodlands Health Centre
  • why not send me a message?
  • with no obligation to continue
  • without judgement
  • Women's issues
  • work
  • work and family issues
  • Work related issues
  • work related problems.Ê
  • you bring
  • you can change your experience of the world
  • you'll feel ready to tell me a little about yourself. I know it can sometimes feel quite nerve-wracking
  • young people and Children
  • your thoughts and feelings; I won't tell you what to do

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