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We all go through difficult times in our lives and experience stressful transitions, traumatic events and significant turning points. During such times, many people find it helpful to turn to a counsellor for support.
Counselling offers a supportive space, unique in that it is free from the agendas and expectations of others which are normal in most social situations.
In the safety of that space we can, together, explore current situations, look forward to the future and process past experiences.
I work in a holistic way which honours body, mind and spirit, giving attention to thoughts and feelings mainly through dialogue. We may also engage with dreams and other creative processes and techniques that help you access your own experience more fully.
Through both support and appropriate challenge, experiential exploration and shared reflection, counselling often opens the way towards easing suffering, (re)discovering the truth of who we are and how we want to live. It can lead us towards a more meaningful experience of life.
have been working in the field of mental health for the last 20 years. I have had vast experience in understanding and treating patients with a range of disorders. As a therapist I have worked in hospital settings, clinics, schools, and private sessions.
I have worked with children as young as 5 and adolescents. I have had experience with families, couples, as well as the elderly.
During my work I have used a variety of theories, as I believe one school of thought would not suit all. I have used CBT, psycho-dynamics, human given, and solution focus.
As I am also a life coach, sometimes I incorporate neuro-linguistic programming, and voice therapy.
My approach is warm and friendly, and I respect individuals, regardless of the challenges they may face. In my work we are usually able to achieve and overcome the challenges and difficulties a client brings into the therapy.
Areas of interest
Psychotherapist, family therapist, individual general therapy to adolescents and children, fears and phobias including fear of the dark, arachnophobia, claustrophobia, fear of flying, fear of leaving the house, anger management, anxiety, OCD (compulsive obsessive behaviour), depression, personality disorders (mood swings, psychotic behaviour, relationship conflict, work issues, dream work, insomnia, sexual problems, self esteem, self harm, difficult habits including: gambling, bed wetting, nail biting, hair pulling, and scratching.
Specialist interests and expertise in the following physical conditions
- Eating disorders
- Pain management
- Psychophysiological disorders
- Physical disability
My ,Interest is why people change their behaviour when they are move geographically , they display a different behaviour in compared to the normal habits .
Asperger syndrome, criminal behaviour, personality disorder, marriage, children within q conflicting family pain management , weight control , stop smoking
Psychology of food and over eating.
English, Farsi, Afghan
1) How to overcome depression without drugs
2) Control your mind control your body
3) Tapping and realising pain
and 3 CD's:
1) Help for depression
2) How to overcome insomnia
3) Overcoming the fear of flying
Courses offered to GPs
Mental health and awareness twice a month
Play and therapy once a month
My success rate is with stop smoking and lose weight is 100%
For marriage counselling I have 30% that will go for a divorce and 70% they would look creatively into their differences and go back to live together .
For pain management usually The client decide that they take less painkiller and more in control of their pain
- Counselling Diploma Westminster College 1983
- Level 5 Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy University of Luton 2002
- Couple Counselling University of east London 2000
- Stress Management University of Luton 2002
- Human Given Diploma Regents Park College 1990
- Hypnotherapy Diploma Eggham College 2003
- Fast Trauma and Cure Mind Fields College 2004
- Understanding Anxiety Mind Fields College 2005
- Effective Anger Management Mind Fields College 2002
- How to tell stories that heal Mind Fields College 2006
- Understanding and Stopping Addictive Behaviour Regents Park College 2006
- How to Improve Relationships Regents Park College 2008
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Mental Health and Well Being Coordinator Mind 2011
Details of entry to specialist register
- BACP, 2005