Who are you right
Are you the best you can be?
Hi, I'm Nicole
Sometimes, simply being a person in this world can feel utterly overwhelming. Many of us live fast-paced lives with little or no time to think about how we might experience greater happiness, feel calmer or align more closely with our core values.
A lot of the time, people experience difficulties that relate to just being themselves and being alive. But these experiences do not necessarily mean that we are “ill”.
Proactively seeking support to live your life better is the first big step. A strong therapeutic bond will help you to feel that you have someone alongside you at every step with the skills that you need to help you move forward.
WHAT CAN THERAPY DO FOR YOU?
Develop greater self-knowledge
Enhance your sense of where you want to go next (and how to get there)
Give you the skills and knowledge you need to be the best you can
How Can I Help?
Areas of Focus
Experience as an addiction therapist for the Priory Group.
MSc in Psychology and an MSc in Psychological Counselling.
My work in the NHS has included neuropsychiatry, health psychology and working with the Voices Clinic.
I have also held a full time post working for the NHS Veterans' Treatment, Liaison and Intervention Service (TILS)
As long as you have a computer, you can access online therapy, and it is no different to having therapy face to face. For some people, it actually suits them better!
Therapy can be conducted over Skype, FaceTime, Zoom or over the phone if this is the method that works best for you.
A successful relationship with a therapist requires a strong bond, similar to the bond you might form with a good friend or partner or parental figure. I will always adopt a non-judgemental attitude, understand and share your feelings and behave in a way that is compatible with you and your needs.
Undergoing therapy can, at times, be tough. For some people, certain episodes in their lives – or even, unfortunately, a large part of their lives – have been traumatic. It can be painful to remember these experiences, to talk about them and finally come to terms with what happened.
Is Now the Time?
Feel free to give me a call. I offer a 30-minute complimentary face-to-face, phone or online consultation.