Counselling and therapy in London Bridge for young adults and professionals
Could you benefit from a place to take some time-out?
Could you benefit from a place to take some time-out to explore your thoughts and feelings?
Are you experiencing difficulty with any of the below?
My name is Jonathan and I am a practising counsellor in the city of London. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy. My aim is to provide an environment where you can feel safe enough to explore that which you choose to in a confidential way.
Having had a career in business to business sales and account management for 20 years I choose to use my experience to support those that may be going through something similar. From my late teens and through my 20's I dealt with a confusing and challenging time. With hindsight I wish that I had sought the guidance of a therapist earlier to try and make more sense of what I was going through.
My own experience of therapy is that it can be a very important part of providing the time and space for us to look at and reflect on our own lives. If we take the time out to slow things down and attempt to be present to our process then our innate internal wisdom has an opportunity to come to the fore and guide us through life’s challenges, raise our awareness and lead to a more authentic self-aligned perspective.
I work with individuals on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period, with the aim of enabling you to enhance your life and to live it more fully. My counselling practice is within a 2 minute walk of London Bridge train station and easily reachable from Southwark, Borough, Cannon Street and Tower Hill.
Please call, leave a voicemail or send an email to arrange a free 10 minute phone consultation. After which we can arrange a time to meet.
The training I undertook to become a therapist was in a model of therapy called Psychosynthesis. Most people have not heard of it but it has actually been around since the early 20th century.
Psychosynthesis is a Transpersonal model of therapy founded by Roberto Assagioli, an Italian Psychoanalyst. He was a contemporary of Jung and shared some of Jung's philosophy particularly relating to aspects of realising our higher potential and achieving self growth. He developed a holistic approach aimed at creating awareness of the different aspects of ourselves.