About me

Many Asians feel selfish when attending to their own needs but can comfortably help friends and family at the drop of a hat. This leads to neglecting themselves and not seeking help when feeling anxious or depressed. Counselling is a space for you to bring the parts of yourself you don’t feel safe sharing with loved ones, it could be your sexuality, challenge with self care, relationships or ideas that run counter to your faith/culture

I currently work with many British Asian people with issues around identity, faith, abuse, relationships, family, culture, belonging, racism and generational trauma.

I aim to provide a space where you feel you can bring anything, even when you don’t know what is causing your distress. We don’t always know the words to our feelings but we may experience difficulty sleeping, isolating ourselves and experiencing sudden health issues, together we can look at what is contributing to this.

Text or email me, I will ask you for a convenient time to have a 15 minute phone conversation and we can discuss your needs. Don’t worry if counselling is new to you, I will walk you through the steps of what counselling involves and give you time to decide on counselling before you book any sessions.

The counselling sessions themselves last 50 minutes and can be done over the telephone or online via zoom. I offer concessionary rates for students and those on low income.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Qualifications & Practice Details

Member: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (registered member)

Training:

Foundation Degree/ Diploma in Counselling

BSc (hons) Psychology Degree

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
English
Other

Mauritian

Types of Clients
Adults
Older Adults
Session Types
Online
Phone

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