My name is Asha and I am a qualified person-centred counsellor.
There are times in life where we can feel numb or unable to focus, on what’s going on in the present. Perhaps a feeling of being pulled by the past or having anxiety on the future unknowns.
I offer a no judgement space, where I will offer empathy and understanding. Person-centred counselling is at the heart of building up a therapeutic relationship, whereby we will go where you want and at your own pace.
I have personally found person-centred counselling to be incredibly healing and I hope that in our time together, you will feel that you can lead and feel safe to explore what comes up for you.
I offer both short-term and long-term counselling.
I currently work with over-18s only.
Online and telephone counselling within the U.K only.
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I offer an initial free 20 minute chat to help you decide if I'm the right Counsellor for you.
Counselling sessions are £40 for 50 minutes.
. CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
. CPCAB Level 2 and 3 Counselling
. CACHE Level 2 Understanding Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health Advocacy in the Workplace
. BACP OU Counselling online
. TQUK Level 3 Award in Education
. Family issues
. Low self-confidence
. Low self-esteem
I hold a clear, enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check and am fully insured.
My work is regularly supervised by a fully qualified and accredited Supervisor.
Ethical practice: I am a registered member of the The National Counselling Society and abide by its ethical guidelines. You can read more about these guidelines on https://nationalcounsellingsociety.org/about-us/accredited-register .
Confidentiality: Counselling / psychotherapy provides a confidential space so you can feel safe to speak freely. I keep our discussions between us, with the following exceptions:
- I am professionally required to review my work periodically with a supervisor in the service of high quality clinical practice, though will never share your full name.
- I might feel the need to share information with relevant parties such as your GP only if I believe you are in imminent danger of seriously harming yourself or someone else. I would always endeavour to discuss any such intentions with you first.