About me

Hi, my name is Ameepurva and I am a qualified, registered, Psychotherapeutic couple and individual Transactional Analysis counsellor

Whatever brings you to therapy, I can offer you a safe confidential setting for you to express and work through your emotions in a non-judgemental atmosphere. I work either short or long term, depending on what brings you to therapy and we can clarify what your needs are at our first session, and depending on what you want to achieve, we can aim to set a plan to achieve these results and get the help you need.


My clinical work as a counselor has been in a diverse range of settings from NHS IAPT services to working in bereavement, addiction, pre and postnatal, and mental health settings.


From my historic training and ongoing professional development, I have taken into account my clients’ needs and personal beliefs. Being mindful that my relational style of work is sensitive to your culture and traditions.

I have experience working with a wide range of complex issues, be it in individual or group settings, from private practice to working in the charitable sector.
This has helped my clinical work, by providing me with the knowledge, understanding, and skills needed to relate to people from a range of cultural and social backgrounds. It has also raised my awareness of the factors that may impact a person’s experience of mental health problems.

Where I can, I utilise my language skills and ‘mother tongue to support clients if it’s applicable, which also helps to make the connection fluid. I embrace a relational orientation with a particular interest in cultural and intergenerational trauma.  I am personally interested in the interaction between culture and therapeutic experience.

I abide by the Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy which is set out by the BACP, I am fully insured and I receive regular clinical supervision from highly experienced and industry-leading Clinical Supervisors.

I offer individuals and couples short-term (6-12 week) and open-ended long-term sessions, in person or via encrypted video-call in 50-minute sessions. Feel free to contact me for additional information.


Qualifications & Practice Details

Years in Practice: 6

Member: BACP


Training, qualifications & experience
Registered Member of BACP
Registered Counselling Professional - Diploma in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapeutic Counseling from the Metanoia Institute
BA hons in Theology and Religious studies with History
Postgraduate certificate in Gender studies

Additional Credentials:

Intergenerational trauma is a trauma that is not only effected the one individual, it has also impacted generation it can be regarded as silent, covert and unnoticeable, this can be impact an individual from early on.

Intergenerational trauma can impact our emotions this is sometimes preset by older generations.

Do you hide your emotions and act as if nothing is happening?

The trauma can also impact the parent child relationship

If a parent has not had the opportunity to have the space to speak of there trauma.

Unresolved or spoken of mental health related issues.

The feat or how conversation are approached within the family

Borderline behaviours can be seen in the younger generation as they feel they are not heard or seen and impact of the trauma they have experience from the older generation.

Younger generations will believe that is the norm of how behaviours, feeling and situations are handled.

Contact me in confidence to find out how counselling and therapy may help.


Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types
In Person

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