Counselling Canary Wharf

Counselling Canary Wharf & Online Therapy

  • 116-151 Cannon Drive, London, City of London E14 4AS.
  • 07940516806

About Counselling Canary Wharf & Online Therapy

Canary Wharf Practice: www.psychologist.city
Online Psychology Practice: www.e-therapist.uk

I am recognised by the UK’s leading professional organisations for counselling and psychotherapy, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) as well the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) and I am a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), the governing body for psychologists as well as the HCPC.

I work generally with individuals facing common human struggles and couples wanting to resolve their difficulties. My clients come from a range of different backgrounds and are also diverse in culture, ethnicity and sexuality. We all go through rocky periods in our lives and therapy can help you smooth a way forward. Some examples of how therapy can help you move through difficulties include:
• Understanding what might be causing problems and repetitive patterns.
• Clarifying what direction you want to take in your life.
• Exploring problems with intimate relationships or family members.
• Overcoming trauma – be it from childhood or more recently.
• Coping with loss and bereavement.
• Managing workplace issues such as stress, bullying and career decisions.

In particular, I have worked extensively with bereavement, domestic violence and adult survivors of childhood abuse. In addition, examples of my experience include stress, identity issues, panic disorders, eating disorders and self-harm, anxiety and depression.

Some clients want to concentrate on current problems they are struggling to resolve on their own; and others have realised that the same old problems repeat and cycle in very familiar and destructive patterns. Some clients therefore want therapy for just a few sessions to help them through a difficult time; while others want to work longer term to tackle more deep-seated and long-standing difficulties.

I work with individuals and couples at my counselling and psychotherapy practice in Canary Wharf as well as by Skype. To make appointment times as convenient for you as possible, I can arrange them for an afternoon or evening to most suit your weekly routine. But before you make your first appointment, you might like have a free no-obligation conversation with me over the phone. This way, you can find out more about me and ask questions before deciding to meet up.

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You might choose to have some of your sessions on line and visit me in person if you can. The practice is a five-minute walk from Cabot Square, eight minutes from Canary Wharf Underground Station (Jubilee Line) and around 4 minutes from West India Quay and Westferry DLR stations. This is less than a 15-minute journey from London Bridge, Bank, Tower Hill, Greenwich and Stratford.

Opening Times

Monday to Thursday: 11am to 8pm
Friday: 11am to 5pm

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Counselling Canary Wharf

Counselling Canary Wharf & Online Therapy

  • 116-151 Cannon Drive, London, City of London E14 4AS.
  • 07940516806

About Counselling Canary Wharf & Online Therapy

Canary Wharf Practice: www.psychologist.city
Online Psychology Practice: www.e-therapist.uk

I am recognised by the UK’s leading professional organisations for counselling and psychotherapy, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) as well the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) and I am a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), the governing body for psychologists as well as the HCPC.

I work generally with individuals facing common human struggles and couples wanting to resolve their difficulties. My clients come from a range of different backgrounds and are also diverse in culture, ethnicity and sexuality. We all go through rocky periods in our lives and therapy can help you smooth a way forward. Some examples of how therapy can help you move through difficulties include:
• Understanding what might be causing problems and repetitive patterns.
• Clarifying what direction you want to take in your life.
• Exploring problems with intimate relationships or family members.
• Overcoming trauma – be it from childhood or more recently.
• Coping with loss and bereavement.
• Managing workplace issues such as stress, bullying and career decisions.

In particular, I have worked extensively with bereavement, domestic violence and adult survivors of childhood abuse. In addition, examples of my experience include stress, identity issues, panic disorders, eating disorders and self-harm, anxiety and depression.

Some clients want to concentrate on current problems they are struggling to resolve on their own; and others have realised that the same old problems repeat and cycle in very familiar and destructive patterns. Some clients therefore want therapy for just a few sessions to help them through a difficult time; while others want to work longer term to tackle more deep-seated and long-standing difficulties.

I work with individuals and couples at my counselling and psychotherapy practice in Canary Wharf as well as by Skype. To make appointment times as convenient for you as possible, I can arrange them for an afternoon or evening to most suit your weekly routine. But before you make your first appointment, you might like have a free no-obligation conversation with me over the phone. This way, you can find out more about me and ask questions before deciding to meet up.

Location Information

You might choose to have some of your sessions on line and visit me in person if you can. The practice is a five-minute walk from Cabot Square, eight minutes from Canary Wharf Underground Station (Jubilee Line) and around 4 minutes from West India Quay and Westferry DLR stations. This is less than a 15-minute journey from London Bridge, Bank, Tower Hill, Greenwich and Stratford.

Opening Times

Monday to Thursday: 11am to 8pm
Friday: 11am to 5pm

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