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I completed my Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling at the University of South Wales where I am currently working towards a MA in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and am currently working towards accreditation.


My training within an Integrative framework has allowed me to develop a collaborative approach to counselling, where the creation of an empathic, non-judgemental, trusting relationship between client and counsellor is the foundation for exploratory work. I recognise that feelings of distress, confusion and loss of meaning can be overwhelming for many people. My aim is to offer clients the opportunity to process thoughts and feelings in a safe and supportive environment and to encourage self-empowerment and increased resilience.


My approach to counselling is influenced by a Relational Psychodynamic model. This model focuses on the way we relate to others, and how our early relationships have profound implications for our well-being in adult life.

I am also influenced by the creative aspects of Gestalt theory: I offer the opportunity to explore relationships through the use of chair work, for example. The importance of experiencing/recognising bodily sensations can, I feel, also be helpful in unlocking feelings of being restricted or trapped. I also, where appropriate, encourage the exploration of stories, images, films and music for example, as a way of facilitating a sense of self. In looking at different aspects of the self that we present to others, for example, we are able to access emotional responses that may not be fully in our awareness.

Underlying my counselling work is an awareness of existential issues – the inescapable aspects or limitations of being alive. I feel that providing a space to discuss these issues without fear of judgement can help to restore a sense of self-acceptance.

I have experience of working with adults of all ages and with a wide range of difficulties. These include anxiety, stress and depression, fertility and pregnancy, grief and loss, identity issues, low self-esteem, self-harm and suicidal thoughts, trauma and abuse.

I have further specialised training in working with emotional, physical and sexual abuse and the associated symptoms of trauma.


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Natasha is a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist having completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling at the University of South Wales. She has a BSc Hons in Psychology and Counselling and is in the process of completing her MA in Integrative Counselling. Natasha is a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).


Natasha incorporates Person-Centred, Humanistic, Relational Psychodynamics, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Gestalt approaches in her work. She is also able to work creatively.


Natasha specialises in supporting individuals with a cancer diagnosis, their families and those who have been bereaved. 


Natasha is able to support individuals with the following concerns:


Sexual abuse, Rape, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Anger issues, Domestic violence

Physical and emotional abuse, Adultery/divorce/marital issues, Relationship/family issues, Stress, Work related issues, Victims of crime, Attachment issues, Suicide/Suicidal thoughts, Self-harm, Class/social status, Self-esteem/worth/confidence issues, Long term illness, Bereavement, grief and loss, Disability, Cancer, Substance misuse/abuse, Agoraphobia, Disassociation, Childhood trauma, Sexual health, Sexuality, Sexual intimacy issues, Gender identity, Infertility/pregnancy issues and Eating disorders.


Natasha is flexible and adaptable, as well as empathetic, understanding, open-minded, non-judgemental and honest.


Natasha aims to provide people with a gentle, warm, friendly and relaxed environment, where they can feel safe to talk, open up and be vulnerable. Natasha aims to walk alongside people in their journey of exploration, self-discovery, self-reflection and change. Natasha wants to help people find understanding, acceptance and equip them with the tools they need to make positive changes that will enhance their wellbeing, build self-esteem and a way to love themselves for exactly who they are as a person. She values people’s independence, their personalities and their differences and strives to promote these.


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Christos is a qualified Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist having completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and his Master’s Degree in Counselling from the Universities of Coventry and Derby respectively. Christos is currently undertaking his Doctoral Degree in Psychology from the University of Central Lancashire. He is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). The approach that Christos uses can suit anyone, as he implements evidence-based interventions that can meet the individual needs of each person he supports.


Christos has experience of support people with the following:

Depression, aggression, anxiety, anger, phobias, traumas, addictions, illnesses, self- harm, isolation, divorce and bereavement.

He can offer both short-term and long-term supporting according to individual needs. Christos is here to offer you a safe and comfortable environment to express and understand yourself under a strictly confidential way. He will support you towards finding your inner strength in order to overcome obstacles in life.


Christos is able to provide counselling in English and Greek.