Counsellor and Psychotherapist for individuals, couples and young people in Barnes and Richmond/East Sheen, South West London - Beccy Lindsay
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If you are looking for friendly, constructive, counselling, I offer experienced, professional help. If you are feeling anxious or depressed or that your problems or feelings are unbearable, and it seems as though you are coping alone, then counselling can bring relief and support. You can come for individual or couple counselling, to talk generally or about specific problems you want to solve. You may be in a crisis situation or stuck in destructive patterns of relating. Whether your problems are career or home-life related, whether you are feeling panicky or sad, torn about what to do next or desperate, a decision to have counselling is a new start.
I offer short-term and long-term work, but some clients just take it session by session. Short-term counselling is a chance to focus on a specific issue or a selected target area. We work more in the present than in the past, understanding the triggers that disrupt your everyday experiences or set off self-destructive behaviours.
In longer-term counselling, the approach I use allows you to speak in more depth. We will explore what is going on underneath the surface for you. By understanding what the symptoms you have are caused by, counselling can help you get your life working again, at work and at home.
I work with Individuals, including Young People and Couples and am experienced in helping clients with the following issues :
It is easy to book your initial appointment and does not commit you to any further sessions. Whether you have had counselling before or this is your first time, an introductory session offers you the chance to see how counselling feels so that you can decide if it is right for you.
I am an accredited, registered member of the British Association for Psychotherapy and Counselling and have been offering affordable therapy in West London since 2004. My private practices are in Barnes and Richmond/East Sheen, London SW13 & SW14. Introductory sessions are £50 for an individual and £60 for a couple (concessions negotiable) and last 50 minutes. Sessions cost thereafter are individuals from £65, couples £75, concessions negotiable. To arrange an introductory session please phone the number below or on the link at the top of this page to email me. At a first appointment, we would talk about your reasons for looking for therapy. We would also talk about the changes that you want to make in your life and discuss any questions you may have about the way that the counselling would work.
If you would like to continue, we would arrange a next appointment and take it from there.
West London's White Hart Clinic in White Hart Lane where I practice is a few minutes walk from Barnes Bridge Station and within easy reach of bus services from Roehampton, Richmond, East Sheen, Putney, Chiswick and Hammersmith, which include bus routes 209, 337, 493 and 419. If you are travelling by car, there is unrestricted parking from 11am onwards.
To find the White Hart Clinic practice location on a map, just click here.
I also practice in a confidential, pleasant residential setting in East Sheen, SW14; within easy reach of the public transport listed above. During my practice hours there is open parking outside and on many of the side-streets adjoining.
Beccy Lindsay, Counsellor and Psychotherapist
BACP Accredited & Registered, UKCP Accredited Post-Grad Dip, MUPCA & CRUSE Accredited and ICO Registered
White Hart Clinic
10 White Hart Lane
Tel: 07984 948 408
and East Sheen SW14 (off main high street; on booking an Introductory session I will send the address details to you.)
My directory entries may also be found by clicking on the following links:
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, Accredited, Registered Membership: to visit the BACP directory entry just click here.
The Counselling Directory: to visit the Counselling Directory entry just click here.
If you would like to read one of my articles, for an article about Trauma, Dissociation and Coping Mechanisms, just click here.