London, United Kingdom
Is your sense of confidence fragile? Are anxiety and worry running your life? Are you irritable or extra sensitive? Are you struggling to take risks? Is your internal chatter harsh and unforgiving? Maybe something shocking or traumatic has happened.
We all bring something unique into therapy, but the uncomfortable feelings we all experience are universal. Therefore, whatever the reason(s) might be, as an accredited NCPS Cognitive and Behavioral Therapist, I will bring the necessary tools and skills to help you unthread and confront their challenges. The space I create will be non-judgemental, compassionate, and thoughtful to reflect in. Additionally, I like to form strong relationships with the people I work with and enjoy seeing the progress they make.
CBT is a great form of psychotherapy because it can be applied to a broad range of emotional challenges. Namely, it’s discovering and practicing psychological flexibility. A mindset that is resilient but also adaptable. It can learn to respond differently in the face of difficulty for its longer-term benefit. For example, tolerating and leaning into the fear of rejection rather than trying to avoid it altogether, might lead us to take a calculated risk that we otherwise wouldn't have done. Through nurturing this mindset, we can come closer to cultivating the connection, fulfillment, and joy that we want in life.
There are some who might have an idea of what's wrong, "I just can't get out of these low moods," "I get so overwhelmed when I say a silly comment in a social setting," or "I'm struggling to deal with the pressure I'm under at work (or home/socially)," "I just get so irritated when my partner doesn't listen, and my reactions to it aren't normal," Others might want to be preventative, curious to learn skills and tools for better emotional resiliency. Or, maybe some are sensing a general lack of meaning, purpose, or satisfaction in their lives.
What if we could learn to hold our desires and fears with a degree of lightness or softness? By making room for both joy and difficulty, we can begin to drop the struggle and choose to do things differently for our longer-term benefit.
If any of this resonates with you or you'd like to learn more, don't hesitate to get in touch to book an intro call.
I look forward to connecting :)
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