Hi, I’m Natasha and I am a qualified integrative counsellor. Being integrative means using a range of approaches to therapy, giving me different tools that I can adapt to suit individual client needs. My practice is based in Person Centred and Psychodynamic training as well as drawing inspiration from existential philosophy. My love for nature, the outdoors and animals also influences the ways I can adapt to work with individual client needs.
£45 / session
I offer a counselling service which considers your needs on an individual basis. Everyone is different, so it’s important to me that we work at a pace which is right for you. I am passionate about making counselling accessible even if you work, are in education, or have home life commitments to juggle. I offer evening and weekend sessions, either in-person or remotely.
£15 per hour for Supervision (whilst training)
I qualified with a Diploma in Humanistic (Person Centred) Counselling in 2013 and I am an Accredited Registered member of the BACP. I work mainly in a Person-Centred approach, providing core conditions such as empathy, unconditional positive regard and congruence. I see counselling as a way to give hope, gain the ability to let go of the pains of the past and find new ways of healing.
An existentially-informed Therapist & Supervisor inspired by our connection with the natural world
I am a qualified therapist and clinical supervisor, and I have been practising since 2012. I offer indoor and walking sessions.
The therapy that I offer is rooted in philosophy and inspired by nature. I support you in reflecting on your life as a whole, and work with you to identify the parts of your life that feel disruptive, painful or stuck. When you’re ready, we then focus on moving forwards towards something personally meaningful, connected and authentic.
I work with you to find ways to support you in your journey, to identify barriers, develop ways to overcome them and to feel more whole. Life can often challenge us, our values and beliefs leaving us feeling down or confused. Talking through these concerns or experiences can help to make more sense of our feelings, thoughts and behaviours. I am interested in individual and cultural stories that make up our sense of self and how these stories can sometimes prevent us from becoming the person we want to be.
I see every person as a unique individual who has the right to be heard. I offer a space where I encourage you to talk freely without fear of judgment or reproach. Counselling is a collaborative effort where we will explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours to better understand yourself and the struggles you are faced with. I have worked with adults and young people, suffering from a range of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, loss, low confidence/self-esteem, relationship issues, addiction, illness, separation/ divorce, trauma. I will do my best to work alongside you, with whatever you wish to bring to counselling.
Integrating the spiritual aspect of our self and experiences with traditional counselling therapy.
Spirituality involves experiences of deeper meaning & purpose, in addition to a sense of belonging.
Some of the issues explored in transpersonal therapy:
- Self Development
- Mystical experiences
- Spiritual development (not to be confused with psychic development)
- Spiritual Crises
- Existential crises
Transpersonal means beyond the personal or self.
A typical supervision session starts by checking-in before going on to survey caseload, either with reference to individual cases or by exploring emerging themes or patterns. Also exploring any ‘issues’ or dilemmas within practice, adjusting the type of support to your unique needs.
Serving Faversham, Canterbury and the surrounding area.