Feel free to explore and get in touch to book a consultation before having a first session, or submit any questions you may have.
At this point, you may know what you wish to explore, better understand and heal. However, you may not be certain of your specific therapy need, which is not uncommon. Still, you feel something does not feel right, and it is challenging your day-to-day wellbeing.
In each case, the open-ended weekly therapy I offer provides a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space to discover insights into yourself and deal with any number of issues, such as:
Depression / low-mood
Family or relationship issues
If you feel ready to take the first step and book a free 15 minute consultation via Zoom, please click the 'Book Consultation' button below, enter a few details and then pick an available date/time to talk.
Alternatively, you can send me an email by clicking the 'contact me' button below, and I will endeavour to get back to you within 24 hours. Following the consultation, ongoing 50-minute once-weekly sessions are £70 at either Finsbury Park, Angel or Brick Lane.
What happens first?
Your therapy begins when you book an initial 15 to 20 minute online consultation to discuss what you need, outline the therapy process, and answer any other questions. Following the initial consultation there is no obligation to have a first session or you might want some time to consider what you wish to do.
What happens next?
If you wish to begin following the consultation, you simply send me an email to confirm. We will work on an open-ended basis with regular reviews to discuss the therapy process and progress.
What if I am uncertain about what I want from therapy?
On occasion, you may not be entirely sure of your specific psychotherapy needs. However, you feel something does not feel right, or you broadly know the issue, or there are many issues.
Any of these situations are not uncommon. I usually suggest that we use the initial discussion and the first few sessions to let me know a bit about yourself, your background, and what is presently going on in your life that impacts your wellbeing.
Currently, in-person sessions are now back. If you test positive for Covid and feel well enough to attend, we can have a Zoom session.
What integrative psychotherapy approach can you expect?
Rest assured, you do not need to have an in-depth knowledge of psychotherapy to benefit.
Overall, I draw upon principles from psychodynamic, humanistic and existential approaches. In doing so, I tailor these three core approaches to suit your therapy need.
Furthermore, the core elements integrate several other psychotherapy principles, such as internal family systems, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which is a researched approach involving self-applied bilateral stimulation on specific body acupressure points. EFT is commonly used in working with trauma or negative opinions and beliefs about oneself.