Therapy for LGBTQ+
Many of the concerns and life challenges LGBTQ people bring to therapy are those common among all people and they might not relate to their identity or sexuality. In this case, you might feel more comfortable with someone who aware of the specific needs of the LGBTQ+ community, who is experienced in working professionally with the community and lastly, someone who identifies as a proud member of this community.
An inclusive approach:
Furthermore, I am open to working with:
diverse gender and sexual identities;
consensual polyamorous relationships;
people living with HIV.
Therapy for the Young People (18-25)
An open and accepting space
Being a young person can be an exciting time but also quite tough. Many young people may struggle with how they feel and experience problems at school, with friends or with their family. Feeling anxious, depressed, angry or misunderstood is quite common and sometimes there is nobody that you can feel you can talk to.
Counselling aims to provide a safe and calm space where you will be listened and most importantly accepted for who you are without judgement. Feel free to talk about sex, body image, drugs or whatever is important for you. Here, you can explore who you are but also work through your difficulties and dilemmas.
As a counsellor, I aim to support and respect your views, to guide you through using your own resources to solve whatever is puzzling you, and to help you build up coping mechanisms for the stuff that is hurtful and difficult in your life.
Common issues that you can bring to therapy:
drugs & alcohol abuse
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All my work is professionally supervised and have a full professional indemnity insurance.