Counselling and Psychotherapy in Wimbledon Village, SW19 and Fulham, SW6. South West London.
Following the government recommendations I am currently conducting my client sessions on Skype.
Making a decision to seek psychotherapy or counselling is a big step and I hope my website is helpful. Counselling can offer real help when you are worn down with worry or feel unable to cope – whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues or trauma, speaking to a counsellor who will listen, understand and encourage you to explore your problems can make a big difference and help you make sense of why your issues have been so difficult to manage.
learn how to cope more effectively and build up your self-belief.
Perhaps you know why this is; anxiety, depression, relationship breakdown, stress, family issues or unhelpful behaviour patterns. Perhaps it is a less definable feeling of dissatisfaction or disappointment in your life. Whichever of these best describes your situation best, working with a therapist can be helpful.
I understand that coming and talking to someone new about your personal issues can be daunting and perhaps, if this is your first experience of counselling or psychotherapy, one that is unfamiliar also. Here, you will be met with a non-judgemental, confidential, safe space where you can explore, understand and find resolutions to the problems that are troubling you.
I am an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist offering both short term and long term psychotherapy and counselling in Wimbledon Village and Fulham.
Counselling and psychotherapy can help you with emotional issues such as:
I have a practice in Wimbledon Village, SW19 and in Fulham, just by Putney Bridge Station, SW6, both in South West London.
My Wimbledon Village practice is easily accessible from both Wimbledon Tube Station on the District Line and from Wimbledon British Rail Station. There are also busses going to Wimbledon Village, the 93, 200 and the 493 making Wimbledon Village easily accessible from places such as Clapham, Fulham, Putney, Southfields, Wandsworth, Wimbledon and also East Sheen, Morden, Raynes Park, Roehampton, Sutton, Tooting and South Wimbledon.
My Putney Bridge practice is easily accessible from both Putney Bridge Tube Station on the District Line and by busses going to Putney Bridge. The 14, 22, 39, 74, 85, 220 and 378 make Putney Bridge easily accessible from places such as Chelsea, Earl's Court, Fulham, Hammersmith, Parsons Green, Putney, Wandsworth and West Brompton.