Growing up, mental-health wasn’t really spoken of. Coming from a South Asian background – talks around freedom of speech, self-care and self-awareness were even harder due to anything mental health related being seen as weak or as a taboo. Seeking emotional support through a therapist was a myth, maybe even unheard of. Looking back at my teenage years, I can see that I barely had any support and I know that I would have really benefited in having a counsellor, to help me explore my thoughts, speak openly without feeling a sense of judgement and listen to me.
Due to these reasons, I knew I had developed a meaningful passion for wanting to help others. I wanted to offer support, compassion, and a safe space for people because this is something I lacked when I needed it the most. My experiences and personal battles from young led me to train as a person-centred counsellor for young people and adults.
Do not hesitate to get in touch any questions. A warm welcome awaits!
There are many different reasons as to why you may choose counselling – maybe you feel stuck or anxious? Or there may be a specific reason as to why you want to try counselling – such as a bereavement, form of abuse or feel a sense of sadness that you would like to explore.
With a big team health issues and life challenges we’re fortunate to be able to help individuals and couples with a wide range of mental health issues and life challenges. We can meet face to face or via telehealth.
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