Hello and welcome to my website. I am a Trauma Qualified Counsellor & Supervisor with experience of offering counselling services to individuals and groups, adults and young people aged 16+, I am able to offer short-term and long-term work, I am able to meet with you in East Finchley, Liverpool Street, London Bridge or via Skype in English.
I like to work creatively with my clients integrating body work, creative writing and art materials. In the therapeutic work we do together, I will provide you with the best of care, and develop a professional relationship based on confidentiality, trust and respect.
I work with a wide range of presenting issues including: dealing with anxiety, confidence, depression, isolation, long-term chronic illnesses, loss, personal development, relationships, self-esteem, social anxiety and stress.
My counselling Specialisms include:
Thank-you for coming the long way to Taiwan and participate in our Happy Life Conference & Workshops, With your kind sharing of your personal experience and professional prospect in dealing with difficult emotions, this will enabled all attendees to gradually improve their abilities in caring for other and themselves.
I came to the therapy group work you offered at an HIV Centre in West London. Thank-you for the therapy group it broke down my isolation and helped me build better friends and relationships with other people.
From Joel’s Blog
In this blog I am going to discuss loneliness, not such a new phenomenon. Loneliness has often presented itself in my therapy room. In my younger years loneliness was a feeling that I would do anything to avoid or find ways to numb it away.read more
As we approach World Suicide Day on 10th September, The International Association for Suicide Prevention tells us that “Suicide is the result of a convergence of genetic, psychological, social and cultural and other risk factors, sometimes combined with experiences of trauma and loss.read more
In this blog, I am going to look at Transcultural Therapy (also known as Intercultural Therapy) and explore how it differs from mainstream counselling. The approach considers the whole being of the client and the client’s cultural experience in the world...read more