Are you looking for a counsellor/therapist, counselling in Kenton, Kingsbury, Edgware, Kilburn, Harrow, Wembley, HA3, HA1, NW9 or Stanmore, Harrow Weald, South Harrow
I am a BACP Accredited Counsellor (Accredited Member of British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapists, UKRCP Registered Independent Counsellor) and adhere to the guidelines of their code of ethics, good practice and am bound by its ethical framework for good practice in counselling and Psychotherapy.
Sometimes we can't understand why we feel the way we do and keep questioning ourselves to find answers. Other times we know why we feel this way but are unable to move forward and find the source of our problems on our own. We may feel anxious or embarrassed about asking for help and taking that first step towards making that all important call. We want to feel better about understanding our confusion, depression and anger. We also wonder why we are unable to cope with our emotions.
Are you asking all the above questions? If the answer is yes, then you may benefit from talking to a counsellor/therapist. You can email me or call me to find out more.
My aim is to create a safe and supportive space for you in which you can talk and explore your feelings, anger, frustration, beliefs and thoughts without anyone judging you or telling you what to do.
I offer counselling/therapy sessions in English and Gujarati.
I believe in working together and am a great believer in valuing, respecting and accepting each and every clients regardless of their cultural background. Whilst working for Mind, a Women's Centre, Place2Be and other agencies, I have gained experience in working with clients from a great diversity of backgrounds. These backgrounds included British, Asian, Indian, Turkish, Muslim, Pakistani, Punjabi, Jamaican, Irish and more..
I have worked as a counsellor/therapist for agencies specialising in areas such as: long term mental health problems, struggle with paranoia, severe anxiety, stress, panic attacks, couples counselling (or relationship therapy), low self-esteem, compulsive behaviours, bereavement, eating disorders, childhood trauma, domestic abuse, depression, self harm, anger management, cultural issues, cross cultural relationships, living with an extended family, supporting carers, relationship between young adults and their parents, dealing with exam anxiety, university transition, being bullied in school, college, university or work/home, coping with separation and divorce, letting go of past, affairs, betrayals and more....
Seeking counselling/therapy help in many cultures can be difficult. I am able to offer Asian counselling and am also a Gujarati counsellor.
Comments from my former clients:
"I decided I needed to see a counsellor when my anxiety and panic attacks started to become more frequent and started to affect my everyday day life. I was starting to hate everything around me and had lost my inner happiness. I am so happy that I came across Kantas' profile who was able to understand and relate to many of my anxieties. She was very patient and honest and never pushed me out of my comfort zone. I found it easy to talk to her and she helped me to control these anxieties as well as build on my confidence and self respect. Now many of my relationships around me are blossoming and I am able to slowly gain back control of my mind and my life. Thank you Kanta for your time and advice, something that will always be invaluable to me."
More comments on the testimonial page.
If you're reading this, it is likely that either you or someone you know could benefit from seeking counselling/therapy support. I offer counselling in English and Gujarati in the Kenton, Kingsbury, Harrow, Edgware, Stanmore, South Harrow, Harrow Weald, Wembley, Harlesden, Swiss Cottage, West Hampstead and Kilburn. You can either email at; [email protected] or call me on 07561 368 389.
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