I am a Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and I adhere to their code of ethics. My work is fully supervised and I am actively engaged in an ongoing process of professional development. I see clients online or in my private practice in Bethnal Green where I offer therapy for individuals. I provide both short-term focused or long-term in depth therapy and I work face to face.
I have a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling from Psychosynthesis Trust in London Bridge, London and UKCP Level 3 Certificate in Integrative Counselling Studies. Prior to my training in counselling, I received BSc in Psychology and Social Anthropology from Roehampton University.
I see clients from all walks of life and I am experienced in helping clients with the following difficulties: anxiety, attachment and relationship issues, bereavement, burnout and career, depression, issues concerning culture and identity, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, loss of meaning, panic attack, personal development, realising one’s potential, stress and trauma.
My background is in a charity sector and NHS; I have experience working with children and adults with complex health conditions to help them identify what is most important for them to achieve a good life and ensure that the support they receive is designed and coordinated around their desired outcomes. In my previous roles, I worked with people of varied ages and ethnicities suffering with mental health problems supporting them to live more independently and be part of their community.
I am originally from Czech Republic and have been living and working in the UK for the last 19 years. I am of Slovak and Hungarian descent, and I incorporate cultural sensitivity and diversity into my work.