It felt wonderful to support 'Feel Good Friday' last year and this year by making a donation to Samaritans on Friday, 3rd February 2012 and Friday, 1st February 2013 from each session booked on that day.
Samaritans’ Executive Director of Fundraising and Communications, Rachel Kirby-Rider said: "Thank you to Kanta Patel who is helping make Feel Good Friday such a successful fundraiser. Samaritans receives a call for help every five seconds, and funds raised will help us answer more calls from people struggling to cope."
If I could be of any help to you, or you feel that we could work together, I can be contacted via email at [email protected] or by telephone on 07561 368 389.
Our first meeting/initial consultation is an opportunity for both of us to meet and for you to ask any questions you may have regarding the sessions and for me to find out what your goals are. Most important, to consider what might be most helpful for you at the moment and what you wish to achieve from counselling.
I offer day time and evening appointments
Kenton practice is situated in Kenton Harrow, HA3, easily accessible from Kingsbury, Swiss Cottage, West Hampstead, Kilburn, Harrow, Harrow Weald, South Harrow, Pinner, Edgware, Stanmore, Hendon, Neasden, Wembley, Harlesden and Sudbury area.
Fees: £45.00 for one to one counselling.
£60.00 for couple counselling.
Please call me if you need to talk. If you're an NHS or a front line worker, please contact me for reduced fees.
I offer counselling/therapy sessions in English and Gujarati
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 or call me.
"I have become my own version of an optimist. If I can't make it through one door, I'll go through another door or I'll make a door. Something terrific will come no matter how dark the present." Rabindranath Tagore -