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Therapists in Buckinghamshire

Mrs. Neha Malik

Iver, Buckinghamshire

Mrs. Neha Malik

MA in Psychology, University of Sussex and Adv. Dip., CPPD Counselling School and Dip. in Trauma Therapy, The Grove Practice, and Cert. in Couples Counselling, The Grove Practice
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach is Integrative, which means I draw from various approaches such as psychodynamic, humanistic, CBT, existential, and transpersonal. I am also trained in trauma-focused therapy approaches, such as CPT, TF-CBT, IRRT, NET, EFT and the IFS approach. I work with PTSD, C-PTSD, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, depression, anxiety, anger management, relationship issues, identity issues, and loss of meaning/purpose. I also provide training in meditation and mindfulness.

Iver, Buckinghamshire
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Mrs. Anna Gilmore

Chesham, Buckinghamshire

Mrs. Anna Gilmore

Level 4 Dip in Therapeutic Counselling & Psychotherapy
Years in practice: 10
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I work in a person centred way, respectfully acknowledging the pace and experience of each client and working in a way that suits their personal requirements.

I value each client for their individuality and welcome the opportunity to support anyone that is experiencing difficulties so that they no longer feel alone.

Chesham, Buckinghamshire
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