I am originally from Australia and have lived in London for 7 years.  I am a Psychosynthesis counsellor and psychotherapist in training  under supervision who works with clients to guide them on a journey of self discovery, self realisation and self fulfilment. Working in partnership with my clients, I create a sacred and supportive space to encourage and empower people towards discovery of their potential and their power through personal unfoldment. My holistic approach involves taking an energetic and spiritual perspective. I combine traditional talking therapy with, guided imagery, meditation, mindfulness, journaling, inner child work and energy healing techniques to help clients achieve awareness, emotional balance and freedom.

I believe that working through your pain, empowers you to find who you truly want to be. I can assist with a range of issues including, anxiety, addiction, high sensitivity, negative beliefs, personal power, depression, self-worth, confidence, loneliness, change and transition, relationships, direction, crisis and meaning and bereavement.

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I offer low-cost counselling and psychotherapeutic counselling on-line and in person in East Sussex and currently have vacancies for clients.

I have been a full time doctor and medical scientist for much of my life and I first came to counselling and psychotherapy more than 20 years ago during a mid-life crisis. About 5 years ago I decided to train as a therapist myself and I qualified as a counsellor during the summer of 2019. I am now extending my practice and my training with the intention of qualifying as a psychotherapist.

We all struggle with life’s ups and downs at one time or another and sometimes we can get stuck in old patterns of thoughts, feelings or behaviours. Counselling and psychotherapy offer opportunities to talk about life’s frustrations and to explore deep emotional issues with the aim of resolving them or decreasing their power and providing more choice for the future.

My approach acknowledges that suffering can be caused by a loss of contact with who we really are and much our work together will be aimed at restoring, renewing and strengthening this contact with your true Self and supporting you in living your life from this deep place of inner peace and love.

Clavering, Saffron Walden, UK

I offer affordable counselling to people living in the Saffron Walden area.

I work with individuals who experience issues as a result of dysfunctional relationships in their personal and/or professional lives.  This includes people who are are suffering as a result of long-term relationship break-ups, people who might identify with the term ‘codependent’ and people whose lives are being impacted by an addict/alcoholic family member.

When a relationship ends, living with the loss of a significant other can feel devastating.  Living within difficult relationships can be a source of enormous stress and anxiety.  Whatever the circumstances, we can lose sight of ourselves in our attempts to avoid conflict and abuse and just survive day to day.

However, there often comes a point where we want to re-claim our lives but recognise we need help in doing so.

If this resonates with you, why not contact me?

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Richmond-upon-Thames, Richmond, UK

Hello,  I am a fully qualified counsellor, having started training in 1998 and in part-time private practice in 2000. I am a member of BACP and have completed the four-year training programme at the Insitute of Psychosynthesis, where I was awarded my Counselling Diploma in 2017 and  Master’s Diploma in Psychosynthesis Psychology in June, 2019.  My Master’s Degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology was awarded by Middlesex University in 2019. My thesis was recognised with a distinction and the Emma Stavrou Thesis Award. I am completing a seven-month Couples Counselling training in July 2020. I have experience working in private practice and also in an NHS hospital setting (LivingWell CIC at St Charles Hospital) and the low-cost counselling service at the Psychosynthesis Trust. I have worked with clients on issues of trauma, anxiety, self-esteem, crises of meaning,  grief, addiction and co-dependency, body dysmorphia, chronic illness, depression, and career-change  and life-stage transition. I also part of a pilot project called ConnectWell,  a cross-disciplinary initiative to combat loneliness and isolation.  I have some evening availability and Fridays in the daytime. My therapy room is one minute walk from Richmond tube and train station.  During the current pandemic, I offer sessions on Zoom. Thank you, Carole

Northwood HA6, UK and Fincley, London

I am a fully qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor with several years of experience.

I am a member of UKCP and abide by its code of ethics.


A space to explore your needs.  Let’s find ways to live happier more productive lives.  In Counselling we can make sense of our feelings, behaviours and daily challenges, so we can overcome them with confidence and understanding.  I am here to support you through this process.  Together we can create a safe space to explore your needs in a way that feels right for you.

Symptoms can appear to be isolated problems in their own right and so we often overlook their root causes.  Working to understand how your experiences inform your behaviour makes the symptoms more identifiable and in time, manageable.

You may be suffering with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, phobias, discontentment, patterns in your life that are holding you back; relationship difficulties, separation, divorce, family issues, children leaving home, death of parents, abuse, bereavement, trauma (ancestral, historical or recent), self-esteem (confidence and love for yourself), feeling sad, loss of identity, not knowing who you are, feeling lost for example.  These are all normal issues that we all face and are often not talked about and included as part of life.

Addressing symptoms and their causes helps create a more well-rounded version of ourselves.  By choosing therapy, you are making a gentle commitment to yourself to do this in a confidential, non-judgemental safe space.  I am here to listen.

I work with individual adults of all ages.  I offer a free initial telephone conversation which gives you the chance to ask me questions and for me to get a sense of what you might need.  There is no obligation, just a time for you.  The priority is for you to work with someone you can trust.

Therapy is an important healthy part of our lives, our inner world is just as important as our outer world – it is part of our health and who we are.

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Palmers Green, London, UK

In a safe and confidential place, I will listen with empathy and compassion to your life story and difficulties you are experiencing on your journey. Psychosynthesis counselling offers a way of connecting to your creative and unique self. As we all have learned to adapt to our environment, it takes courage to become aware of outdated patterns that don’t serve us anymore.  I work on the premise that we all have the capacity to heal our past to live our lives better. I will be with you in exploring how your feelings are impacted and help you to make different choices how you want to be in the world.

I practice from my home in North London. Contact me for an initial confidential consultation to explore what you want to work on and how we could work together. I offer negotiable rates for people on low income.

Carleton Road, London N7 0ES, UK

My name is Dolma Beresford and I am a qualified Psychosynthesis Counsellor and in training as a Psychotherapist (under supervision), I offer low-cost counselling in North London.

If you’re searching for a counsellor then it’s likely you are experiencing some kind of distress, discomfort or dissatisfaction. This could be for many different reasons, i.e. relationships, family matters, bereavement, loss, ill health, work worries. Equally, you may have no idea of a cause but just a feeling of emptiness or lack of purpose. Counselling is not only helpful for big traumatic life events. It can also help for times when you are at a crossroads or are feeling “stuck”.

Everyone goes through challenging situations, and while you may have successfully navigated other difficult periods in your life, sometimes you need a little extra support. Through counselling, you are given a safe and confidential place to talk over your difficulties with someone who is trained to help you and committed to supporting you.

Please feel free to contact me and we can have an initial conversation about whether counselling may be appropriate for you. This initial conversation can be face to face or via email or telephone. Whatever makes you feel most comfortable and makes that initial step feel less daunting.

Whatever you bring, a gentle exploration of the issues usually reveals a deeper picture that helps you to make sense of what is happening.

I really look forward to hearing from you.


I am a counsellor working with adults at every stage in life; how we relate to ourselves can open us up to more meaningful relationships in our outer world.  I provide a safe, stable and creative place to explore both historical and present life patterns that can be worked with to illuminate and provide gateways to a more integrated, authentic self and sense of purpose.

Some areas I work with, but are not limited to: anxiety, depression, relationships,  trauma, life goals/personal development, creativity.

About me:

I am working towards my MA in Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy at the Institute of Psychosynthesis (accredited by Middlesex University, London), having completed my counselling training at the Institute.

I worked at MIND in Hastings from 2009-2013 as an art facilitator and activities coordinator.

As an arts facilitator, I work with MENCAP adults.

I am a practicing artist, with a BA Hons degree from the Slade School of Art (University College London)

I also hold a BA in Human Development from the school of education at  Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA

UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) member





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Towcester Clinic at Towcester Therapy Centre, 8 Sponne Walk, Off Watling Street, Towcester, Northamptonshire UK

**Coronavirus COVID 19** We are living in unprecedented times and therefore, given the most recent guidance from the WHO, I am able to offer online counselling sessions to new and existing clients during this interim period.

The threat of Coronavirus (COVID 19) brings with it feelings of tremendous fear and anxiety in the face of uncertainty. This is only made worse by the idea of extended self-isolation.

It is natural to feel fearful in the unknown present.

It is both a natural and understandable response to feel anxious, stressed and helpless.

But know that even if you find yourself physically isolated, support is and can be available to you.

I believe that now more than ever, one to one counselling needs to be as accessible for anyone who needs it, which is why I also offer a few low-cost places in my private practice.

Sessions can be for a few weeks, months or even longer – whatever you need. So please feel free to contact me if you are struggling and are wondering if counselling might help you get through this challenging and frightening time.

Connection is key to both emotional and physical healing. We can work together to support your mental health and emotional well-being as you also prioritise your physical health. All from the safety and comfort of your own home.

Take care, I wish you well. Karen


Karen Rawden is a Counsellor and Trainee Psychotherapist offering individual low-cost counselling with a psychospiritual context.  Find your life-meaning, heal your past, transform your life and your future.

Psychosynthesis is a model of Transpersonal Psychology often referred to as “soul work”. It considers the spiritual nature of a person and treats by uniting all aspects of the self – emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual to heal painful histories to get back in touch with the person you truly are and to discover all that you may be.

Working with a Trainee Psychotherapist means that clients benefit in two ways – support that grows as the therapeutic relationship develops and more affordable therapy.

Karen is under supervision at the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London, accredited by Middlesex University. She has trainee membership with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) and abides with their code of conduct.

More information about Karen and Psychosynthesis can be found at or give simply give her a call on the number above.



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I am a Psychosynthesis Psychotherapeutic Counsellor clinically accredited with UKCP, and a Registered Member of BACP.

Experiences that shaped me as a therapist include: life long meditation practice, twenty years working as a Specialist Palliative Care Nurse supporting people living at the threshold of end of life, experience in the arts, and working with nature as a resource and mirror of the soul.

Symptoms and issues leading you to seek therapy, will be explored both at level of personality with defences and family dynamics, and at a deeper holistic level, as valuable potentials and qualities coming through. Clients often feed back that getting their more essential nature/spirit seen and experienced, is the unexpected most valuable outcome of Psychosynthesis therapy.

The sessions are a mix of talking therapy and use of imagination and the body as resources, through guided visualisation, feeling in to sensations in the body, and drawing with crayons.

Some issues I have worked with are: anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement, relationship issues, disability, life limiting illness, childhood trauma, suicidal thoughts, concerns around addictions, struggle to connect to body or feelings, sexual expression and identity, existential and spiritual dilemmas, struggling to realise goals, and looking purpose and direction.

I work short, medium or long term depending on client’s need and ability, and I am experienced in working online or through telephone. Please contact me via e-mail with any enquiries and to arrange an initial conversation or session.


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I am a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist. Psychosynthesis has been described as ‘a psychology with a soul’, it recognises that each of us is on a journey through life that is both purposeful and meaningful, even though at times it can be difficult and painful. I am here to offer a sanctuary – some time for yourself in which to explore in depth what it is really like to be you.

I believe taking time out of our lives to step back and take stock is really important. I have been trained to help you explore your experience and will support and guide you to find new perspectives and direction.

I have practice rooms in both St Albans and Hendon, if you feel I can be of assistance to you please do not hesitate to call or email for a relaxed discussion about what you are seeking.

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When I am asked what is distinctive about the way I work with clients, three principles emerge.  The most important is I “see” the person, not their problem, not their symptoms (such as anxiety, depression, stress, feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness or loneliness).  I know that behind a battle with any problem, difficulty or loss, is another human being, a unique individual, a fellow traveller.

I am always careful never to confuse the person with the situation they find themselves in.  We all have problems, it is how we face them that matters, not how the world judges us.  People have always been important to me, and I accept them for who they are.  I like to think I can talk with anyone.  It is what makes us tick that matters, what makes us sing and what makes us cry, our drives, interests and purposes.

Addressing a mental health issue is as much about learning as it is about healing, it is about getting to know previously unseen parts of ourselves, and learning how to improve communication between our different parts. I help people to help themselves.  As the old adage goes:

Give someone a fish, and you feed them for a day;

Teach someone to fish, and they feed themselves for life.

It is a real privilege to work with people facing difficult times, to offer myself as guide to those brave unsung heroes or heroines.  I can’t help notice that when people address their darkest thoughts and negative feelings, it is as though a light is switched on inside them.  They became much happier and live more fulfilled lives.  Mental health and well-being is not just about getting rid of bad things, it is also about opening ourselves up to wondrous things.

I can help clients move from healing to development, and my role transforms from counsellor to coach.  The many years I spent in difficult schools, as a teacher and as a leader, helped me to appreciate the relationship between mental well-being and the learning of simple yet powerful skills.  On a personal level, I’ve always been committed to experiencing the best education and training available.

As a teacher, I obtained a number of higher University Degrees, including a Doctorate in Education Leadership.  As a Registered counsellor and psychotherapist, I trained at the Institute of Psychosynthesis (organisational member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy) in London.  I am a Registered Member of BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and APP (Association of Psychospiritual Practitioners) confirming my role as a personal guide.  I keep myself up-to-date professionally and donate my time to a local hospital and mental health charity on a regular basis.

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Ulverston, United Kingdom

I offer a therapy of hope with an eye not only on history, but also on a purposeful future.

I recognise that we all have a True Self and that there are times in life when it can be particularly challenging to express this higher potential. Conflict between our emerging Self and learnt adaptations of the past can cause struggle and suffering. The context for all my work is to support you to live a creative life aligned to discovering and actualising your unique purpose, meaning and values.

I work with clients experiencing the inevitable human suffering caused by bereavement, illness, relationship issues, work related challenges and a whole array of life changes; and with clients who choose to engage with existential issues. My relationship with clients is authentic, collaborative and holistic. I encourage you to be truly you.

My work is informed by my extensive training in Psychosynthesis psychology, psychotherapy, counselling and executive coaching.


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Milnthorpe, United Kingdom

I offer a therapy of hope with an eye not only on history, but also on a purposeful future.

I recognise that we all have a True Self and that there are times in life when it can be particularly challenging to express this higher potential. Conflict between our emerging Self and learnt adaptations of the past can cause struggle and suffering. The context for all my work is to support you to live a creative life aligned to discovering and actualising your unique purpose, meaning and values.

I work with clients experiencing the inevitable human suffering caused by bereavement, illness, relationship issues, work related challenges and a whole array of life changes; and with clients who choose to engage with existential issues. My relationship with clients is authentic, collaborative and holistic. I encourage you to be truly you.

My work is informed by my extensive training in Psychosynthesis psychology, psychotherapy, counselling and executive coaching.

I practice from Milnthorpe and Ulverston in Cumbria. Coaching is also available online and I work as an executive coach UK wide.

Near Southwold

As far back as I can remember I have always been fascinated by people; ideas about people; and the meanings we make of our world, and after many years in education I turned to the training offered at the Institute.  There was the beginning of a very important journey.

Life throws up many challenges, especially in our health and our relationships, and whether we are alone or sharing our life with another, we can sometimes experience fear…doubt; the deepest love….the darkest hatred. We can feel lost…and belong; find joy for life but also experience addiction, depression and paralysing anxiety. There are times when we grow and thrive but other times when we can feel destroyed by life, by what happens to us, and around us.

As we move from one stage of life to another our relationship to ourselves, others, and the world calls us to heal from past traumas, mature internally and externally, and address the ‘crazy’ places we can inhabit as human beings. Psychotherapy is for those who want to do more than just ‘survive’.

I work  holistically, with the whole person, and the whole of life.  With our sense of separateness and connection to others; with hopes dreams and our suffering. My approach blends the wisdom of ancient teachings with the most contemporary theory in depth psychological and neuroscience.


As confidante and guide I walk alongside my clients in whatever capacity they need on a ‘road less travelled’.


Ellery Road, London SE19 3QG, United Kingdom

I offer psychotherapy in South East London, near Crystal Palace and London Bridge, near the City. I use a range of approaches, in a confidential and non-judgemental space, to help you improve your wellbeing and overcome symptoms and issues you might be facing. My aim is that together we can help you improve your wellbeing which can include

• Having a confidential safer space to share your deepest concerns
• Feeling deeply listened to and supported
• Better understanding of the symptoms you experience and why they may have developed
• Developing skills and tools to manage difficult feelings, thoughts and body sensations
• More able to live in the here and now rather than through the legacy of your past experiences
• Knowing, understanding and managing different aspects of your personality
• Knowing and developing a stronger sense of who you feel you really are
• Clearer purpose and direction in life
• More confidence and self-esteem
• Better able to be in relationship with yourself and others around you
• Being more resilient and able to cope with life’s difficulties and their effects on you

Issues you might bring

You are probably looking for help because you are experiencing issues you are finding difficult to manage on your own. These issues and difficulties might include:

• feelings of anxiety or depression
• stress at work and burnout
• lack of confidence and self esteem
• feelings of loneliness and isolation
• difficulties in relationships
• living with the legacy of traumatic experiences
• stressful family life
• separation or divorce
• anger
• a sense of being out of control or panic
• lack of motivation and deeper meaning in life and a sense of something missing
• feelings of surviving rather than thriving.
• difficulty in making choices or in achieving certain goals, such as career changes.

I use a range of approaches. My original training was in psychosynthesis psychotherapy. I have since added knowledge and skills in attachment theory, sensorimotor and trauma-informed therapy.

My approach

To support you achieve better wellbeing I use a range of approaches. My original training from 2006 was in psychosynthesis psychotherapy. Psychosynthesis therapy is a broad based approach that works to understand the issues and problems that you are currently facing by looking at aspects of your past. It looks at the patterns you have developed and seeks to uncover hidden or underdeveloped parts of yourself so that you can realise your future potential and find purpose and meaning.

I have since added knowledge and skills in attachment theory, sensorimotor and trauma-informed therapy. But the most important aspect of our work together will be whether you feel I am someone you would like to work with and are able, over time, so share your deepest concerns with. Research has shown that the most important factor across multiple different therapy approaches is the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the client.  A Clinical Psychology Review article in 2013 said “the therapeutic alliance (relationship between therapist and client) plays an extremely important role in the change process”.

So the most important decision you will need to make in choosing a therapist to work with is whether I am somebody you would like to work with. The initial assessment is an important way of helping you know this.

Approach and Duration
The number of sessions will depend on the issues or problems you are bringing, and whether they are specific or general in nature, and is always dictated by your needs and choices.

The first session is an opportunity for us to meet and get to know each other. I will ask you general questions about yourself, your background and your reasons for seeking counseling. You will have the opportunity to ask me questions about my background and experience, the counseling approach I use and anything else you may wish to know.

Each session lasts an hour and we would review the work regularly.

For more information about how I work please see my website

To arrange an initial consultation please contact me.

Toddington, United Kingdom

As far back as I can remember I have always been fascinated by people; ideas about people; and the meanings we make of our world.

I worked in education for many years before embarking on my psychotherapy training and my hunger to know more and deepen my practice has never left me.  I have subsequently become a supervisor, coach and latterly Sensorimotor psychotherapist working with trauma and the body.

I work holistically, with the whole person, and the whole of life. With our separateness and connectedness to others; with hopes , dreams and human suffering. My approach blends the wisdom of ancient and modern teachings with the most contemporary theory and practice in depth psychology and neuroscience.

I help individuals, couples and groups to understand themselves more deeply, communicate more effectively, cultivate inner power and freedom, and come closer to realising their potential, whatever that may be.

As confidante and guide I walk alongside my clients in whatever capacity they need oftentimes on a ‘road less travelled’.

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Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom

Couple therapy is now included in my work, and is something I find of special interest. I have an Advanced Certificate in the Study of the Couple Relationship from Tavistock Relationships.


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Mill Hill East, London, UK

I am a psychotherapist, offering psychosynthesis counselling, psychotherapeutic counselling, psychotherapy and meditation training.

As a registered and accredited member of the UKCP, BACP and APP, I abide by the BACP and UKCP code of ethics.

Since 2007, I have worked with a range of clients in the following three areas:

  • Clients facing one off issues. This could be anything from a relationship break-down, to dealing with a problem at work, or removing a blockage to achieving a goal
  • Clients who are affected by, and wish to address, deeper issues. For example, feelings of isolation, fear of intimacy, relationship problems, unresolved family issues, anxiety and depression
  • Clients interested in personal development. For example, clients wishing to find who they really are, develop themselves and lead a more satisfying life

I also have experience of working with clients in a range of areas including addictions and those undertaking 12 Step programmes, relationship and family issues, eating disorders, offending, disability, financial and spiritual matters.

Being passionate about my work, I continue to be amazed by what people are capable of in the right circumstances. On a cloudy day, the sun is still shinning, and so it is with you. I believe that within each of us there is a well of innate wholeness and wellbeing, but sometimes we get a little lost and need some help to find our way back.

If you have any questions about how I can help, I would love to hear from you.

St Agnes, Cornwall, United Kingdom

Colette is registered with the UKCP, a member of APP and her practice is supervised by The Institute of Psychosynthesis, London.

Colette currently lives in Cornwall with her family and has a practices in St Agnes and Falmouth.

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Each of my clients brings their own personal journey with their own unique set of challenges and potential. I work with helping my clients to not just manage the difficulties they face, but to help them release the energy that is locked in old patterns and habits, originating in their history, in order to transform their lives and realise their potential.

I am originally from New Zealand and lived in London for 17 years before moving with my young family to Stroud. My practice is in Westbury-on-Trym in Bristol.

I am a group facilitator and trainer at the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London.


I offer one to one sessions for counselling and psychotherapy where I provide a safe space in which you may explore whatever is pressing for you. You may want to work on a particular issue or explore reoccurring experiences, patterns of behaviour or styles of relating. You may be suffering physically, psychologically or emotionally, and may need to express your concerns, fears and hopes. Perhaps you are searching for healing and wholeness, or are suddenly confronted with a crisis and are very anxious. Maybe you just need to talk, tell your story, and just be how you are without any need to be anything in particular for anyone. You may be curious about what it is you really value and wish to explore this.

I am fully committed to helping you resolve or dissolve your problems.


MBACP Accredited

I offer individual and bespoke talking therapy through change, crisis, loss, bereavement, relationship and career challenges from a psychospiritual and holistic health perspective.

I am an established Counsellor, accredited with both BACP and NCS, with a background in mentoring and coaching, and I work with clients who really want to uncover meaning from the therapy process and greater understanding about their life that they can take forwards in possibly new directions.

My main interests lie in disordered eating and addictive behaviours, recovery from narcissistic romantic relationships, conflict in families, bullying at work and the debilitating effects of feeling stuck, lost or unable to access choice in your life.

I realise it takes courage to contact a counsellor and I therefore want to offer you the assurance that I take what I do very seriously and abide by the strictest code of ethics.

I find that my clients experience greater self realisation and positive change by working with me over a concentrated period of time but I do offer one off sessions for people to find out more and see if counselling will work for them.

I practice from home a mile outside St Albans in the village of Sandridge.  There is usually plenty of  free parking outside on the road.  I also offer remote counselling by Zoom and phone, and walking counselling in the many beautiful local woods and commons, weather permitting.


Gian has worked as a Psychotherapist and Counsellor for the last 17 years in Private Practice, in Primary care (NHS), and various national charities like the Royal National Institute of the Blind, Missing People, and SurvivorsUK. Over the last 4 years he has also trained and worked as a Transpersonal Supervisor.

Gian’s qualifications: MA Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy (obtained from the Institute of Psychosynthesis – London), Transpersonal and Integrative Supervision (obtained from the Psychosynthesis Trust – London), Relationship Therapy Qualification, Practitioner Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety and Depression for Humanistic and Integrative Practitioners, PG Dip Counselling Psychosynthesis, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Supervisor, Registered member of BACP.

As an accredited member of UKCP Gian practices under the UKCP Code of Ethics and Practice. He is also member of the APP (Association of Psychospiritual Practitioners).

Gian works with both individuals and couples.

He is a supervisor at the Psychosynthesis Trust in London Bridge, and a supervisor in private practice.

£65 standard fee for individual counselling, therapy and supervision
£70 standard fee for couples

Reduced fee available to students and daytime sessions (before 5pm).

“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth”. Rumi

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