It can happen in life to feel overwhelmed and to lose touch with inner feelings and emotions. There could be times when life is stressful and communication with others can be difficult. Sometimes separation, bereavement, loss, worries and sadness can become unmanageable, while at other times dissatisfaction, anger and frustration can lead towards a vicious circle of self-destructive behaviour. The sense of feeling stuck, frozen, numbed, withdraw, panicky and overly anxious could be symptoms of past unresolved trauma that may interfere with the quality of living.
I am a fully qualified Counsellor specialised in mental health issues. Following the completion of a BSc (hons) Degree in Psychology, I obtained a BACP recognised Diploma in Counselling. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society.
I offer Counselling service in London and online.
What is Psychological Trauma?
A person who experiences a traumatic incident directly, or witness it happening to someone near by, could develop Psychological Trauma. Some examples of traumatic events can be flood, earthquake, hurricane, accidents of all sorts that cause injury, long term illness, being bullied, assault, rape, torture, war, emotional, physical, sexual abuse, witnessing sudden death of someone very close, dealing with suicide of a family member or friend.
Coaching is a way of working that supports individuals during time of important choices, changes, and challenges by offering a non-judgmental, confidential space where issues are explored in a collaborative relationship. Coaching is not about telling a client what to do;