Counselling in Radlett:
Counselling in Radlett with Suzy Michaels. Dip. Psychodynamic Counselling. MBACP.
You may be seeking counselling due to an obvious trigger, such as an illness, the death of a loved one, or the break-up of a relationship, or perhaps the ending of a job, career or role but your experience and feelings are unique.
It may have been sudden, or anticipated, but these losses can be experienced to differing degrees and with varying outcomes. You might be feeling anxious, depressed or overwhelmed with life in general, perhaps not even fully understanding the many emotions you may be feeling, but by going at your own pace we can find a way through it.
Counselling in Radlett with Carol Efueye BA. MBACP.
I am a Counsellor working in the Person-Centred Approach. I am a Registered and accredited Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I am fully committed to working within the Ethical Framework of the BACP, so you can be assured of my confidentiality and professionalism.
I have considerable experience and knowledge in working with survivors of domestic violence, childhood sex abuse, anxiety, feeling stuck bereavement and depression. I also have experience working with black and ethnic minorities and working with diversity.
Counselling in Radlett with Natalie Michael MBACP
Going to therapy, whether it be for the very first time or returning for further support can be daunting. To feel heard, accepted and understood in a safe and supportive space is key in bringing about growth and change.
On Tuesday and Thursday evenings, I offer both short-term and long-term counselling to young people and adults. Outside of my private practice, I’m a School Counsellor and Mentor, working with young people aged 11-18.
I believe it is you, the client who should decide how to use the space and time. I work at your pace to listen to your inner world, to guide you, to understand you and then help you to make sense of whatever may be going on for you.