I have 20 years experience within the international charity sector working with people affected by trauma, abuse and hardships.
I worked as a coach and a management trainer with clients including Oxfam, RNLI and the Metropolitan Police.
As a UKCP Trainee Therapist I observe and abide by the UKCP Code of Ethics.
As a practitioner you recognise that it is not me that is doing the work, it is the client themselves uncovering their truth through self-realisation. I will use a variety of techniques and careful questioning to aid the client to recognise that they hold the answers.
As a metaphysical practitioner I work to help you empower yourself.
Through the counselling process you will gain a deeper understanding of yourself and why you do things the way that you do. The process will change your thinking about the relationships you have with family, friends, your health, wealth or career.
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I also like to work creatively – by utilising music, art, writing and dreams – as it will offer you different ways to express yourself when talking is too difficult or just not the right way to make yourself heard.
I have a sliding scale for my fees depending on income, ranging from £40-£50 per session, as well as concession prices for students, the unemployed and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
PGDip in Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counselling
Registered member of the BACP -British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
MSc Cognitive Neuroscience
BSc Psychology and Drama and Theatre Studies
Website - https://anjaschulze-counselling.co.uk
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone - 07730748170
Movement, dance, Nature and creativity are important to me as are the core values of compassion, kindness, balance and happiness.
Please do contact me on 07954 170028 if you are curious about starting therapy.
I have a particular interest in issues around adoption, identity and exile, trauma and pre and perinatal psychotherapy.
I work as a Person-centred Counsellor and Supervisor which in its simplest form, means that I trust that you already have the resources and answers you are looking for (although it may not feel like it) but just need a space that offers acceptance, understanding and genuineness to help explore and discover these elements within yourself. As well as this it can just be helpful to talk to someone that is not involved in your situation in an open way somewhere that is confidential and non-judgemental.
Over the years, I have seen many of the amazing ways that people can change and heal and have a firm belief in peoples abilities and capacity for growth, change and acceptance.
I have facilitated group therapy for eating disorders and a group for bereaved family members in the NHS., ,personal development groups on therapy trainings and staff development groups for social services. I also have taught psychotherapy at several training institutes over many years.
I have studied and researched in the field of eating disorders, body image and gender identity and feminism.
My paper on these topics was published in Feminist Review, 2001..
I was a lecturer and tutor at The Institute of Psychotherapy and Social Studies and at other trainings.
You can expect a calm, confidential environment, providing space for you to express your thoughts, feelings and emotions. Drawing on my extensive training, work and personal experience, I will help you talk about any difficult issues, exploring obstacles, choices and aspirations, whether they are current problems of a practical nature or repetitive patterns from your past affecting your daily life. Together we will work towards strengthening your inner resources and confidence.
Perhaps you find it hard to cope with feelings such as depression, anger, loss, stress, anxiety, bereavement, relationship issues, loss of self-belief or low self-esteem. Maybe you have suffered childhood trauma or abuse. Sometimes we can feel that we are not 'good enough', have an unexplainable feeling of 'impending doom', or just a feeling that something isn't quite right. I have special experience with alcohol problems, drug misuse and a wide range of addictions.
My work has included training and working for Breakeven gambling counselling, work at BHT Addiction Services in a residential setting and support work with Brighton Archway Project supporting clients with mental health issues in a residential setting.