Counselling offers you a safe place to talk, share problems and explore thoughts and emotions. It is a collaborative process with the aim of helping you to deal with and overcome issues that are causing pain or making you feel uncomfortable.
Counselling tends to focus on the ‘here and now’, what is happening in your life and how you are feeling at the moment. Counsellors are there to support you; they will not normally give advice, but will help you to find your own insight and understanding of your problems.
Counselling can be short term, based on an agreed number of sessions; or sometimes longer term. Sessions usually last an hour and take place weekly.
Find a Counsellor in London at the Bloomsbury Therapy Centre
Here you will find brief details of the counsellors working at the Centre. Follow the links for further details.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything about the therapy offered, you can contact each therapist directly.
Dr Sandra Delroy MA, Psy.D. AFBPsS, C.Psychol.
Chartered Clinical and Counselling Psychologist
Approach to therapy is based on psychodynamic principles and theories. Incorporates CBT principles as appropriate. Each individual is unique. Special interests in facilitating assertiveness skills and person-centred counselling skills training.
I offer an integrative approach that draws on a variety of perspectives and theories (humanistic, existential and analytic) depending on your needs and sensibilities. But regardless of the chosen theoretical framework, I believe the success of therapy is primarily dependent on a secure therapeutic relationship - developed through acceptance, trust and safety.
Integrative approach drawing from different theories - psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive - to tailor each intervention according to individual needs. Also offering NeurOptimal®, an advanced neuro-technology to train the brain.
Calm, confidential, non-judgemental space to explore your difficulties, self criticism and negative thoughts, and past and present behaviours and patterns. Experience includes workplace stress, anxiety, family and relationship issues, self esteem, perfectionism, life transitions and bereavement and loss.