My name is Angelika.
I am here to listen to you in a confidential non-judgemental space where I can help you look inwards and become aware of the way you are making choices.
You can then make informed decisions for what is in your best interest and move forward.
I believe that we all have higher potentials we can reach. I hope you will come to believe it too.
If you decide to make a change, counselling can help you find your way through it, if not at least it will be a conscious choice.
I have been working in a number of Face-to-Face settings including private practice, NHS Counselling services, charitable and private organisations.
I have experience with people who go through life changes, suffer from anxiety, low self-esteem, divorce, depression, relationship problems, work-related stress, dealing with grief and loss and more
'Integrative' means that I am not limiting my approach to one school of therapy. This ensures that therapy is unique for each of my clients.
(MA) trained at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE), a registered member by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), accredited by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and of the European Association for Counselling (EAC).
I am experienced in Online Counselling, have trained with the Online Therapy Institute (OTI) and I am an accredited member of the Association for Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO).
For Face-to-Face sessions, I see my clients in two central locations, Wimpole street W1 and St. Paul's EC1 London.
Face to Face Sessions
What to Expect during Face-to-Face Counselling and Psychotherapy
After an initial appointment in either West End or St Paul’s, there is no obligation to proceed if you prefer not to. As Client and Therapist, we can use the safe space to assess the current or unresolved past challenges for which you require Counselling or Psychotherapy. I will discuss confidentiality with you and address any questions you may have. You can see how you feel about working with me. You and I will then be able to decide if my Counselling and Psychotherapy practice is right for you.
Online Counselling, also known as E-Therapy, offers an accessible, convenient and discreet alternative to traditional Face-to-Face Therapy. It provides you with the same experience as Face-to-Face Counselling but from the comfort and privacy of your own home or office. Services are typically offered via real-time chat, and video conferencing. E-Therapy can be a choice for people with demanding and inflexible schedules, people who can't get to the therapist for reasons of mobility, geography or limited time.
The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) is committed to making sure that online therapy is provided solely by experienced qualified therapists who are additionally and specifically trained in that field. The Association for Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO) is also monitoring the online therapist's training and membership with established ethical guidelines to ensure best practice.
I have trained with the Online Therapy Institute and have full accreditation with ACTO (Association for Counselling and Therapy Online).
Telephone Counselling is like Face-to-Face Counselling but instead, it is over the phone. It can be a good solution for clients who wish to have their sessions without the need to travel to the therapist’s office. If you suffer from depression you might lose motivation and find it challenging to keep appointments. It is an option if you suffer from agoraphobia, anxiety, body dysmorphic disorder, multiple sclerosis, feel more comfortable talking about yourself without being seen.
If you are finding it hard to leave your house, let alone getting out of bed, you might want to try phone counselling for treatment.
The same goes for people who travel a lot and cannot keep appointments, Telephone Counselling can be more flexible and fit to their schedules.
I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.