Psychotherapy and Counselling in Finchley, North London: Home Page
In the current Coronavirus pandemic I am able to offer you support and counselling online. This works as well as face to face work for most clients. Please contact me to find out more.
Are you feeling anxious, stressed or depressed? Do you feel that you cannot cope or that things are out of control? Do you have someone that you can turn to to discuss your problems and who can support you during tough times, and is that person able to listen to you without judgment? Do you feel that your relationship is breaking down or that you cannot communicate with each other? Is the COVID 19 situation making you feel anxious or stressed?
You are not alone.
The journey through life presents many challenges. These could relate to work, relationships, bereavement, past events and / or current challenges. These challenges can lead to a feeling of stress, anxiety and or low mood.
Positive life events can also be challenging. Marriage, changing jobs, living overseas, studying or travelling can induce anxiety and stress. Change of itself can be a challenge to many people.
In addition to the everyday stresses and strains that we all have to face, the current pandemic is of massive concern to many.
Exploring events, episodes of stress and anxiety, and or issues and emotions with a psychotherapist and counsellor who is impartial and non-judgemental in a supportive environment can be helpful. Looking at these things gives you the space to explore your own thoughts and feelings allowing you to find a way forward and to help you get back on track. Talking with a psychotherapist and counsellor can make a real difference to how you think and feel.
My name is Juliusz. I am a qualified, professional, psychotherapist and counsellor practising in Finchley, North London in the London Borough of Barnet. I have also spent many years working within a corporate environment and I therefore have an in depth understanding of the challenges faced by those working within corporate environments and the resulting stresses and pressures.
I work on a one on one basis in my therapy room in Finchley, North London.
I offer online counselling and psychotherapy sessions (through Zoom, FaceTime or Skype).
I am committed to providing counselling and psychotherapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment. I am a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), a leading professional body which has rigorous training and ethical standards. I am also a member of the Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in North London.
I work with individuals, and couples, 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.
I am experienced in helping clients who are having, or have had, difficulties with:
You can see more information in respect of my work on the Counselling Directory website, and also on the it's good to talk counselling and psychotherapy website.
My practice in Finchley, Barnet, North London is within easy reach of Finchley Central (High Barnet branch of the Northern Line) and is well served by bus routes (13, 460, 143, 125 and 326 - the bus stops are close by), enabling an easy journey from Archway, Barnet, Golders Green, Hampstead, Highgate, Islington, Southgate, Whetstone, Winchmore Hill and Central London.
All counselling and psychotherapy sessions are by prior appointment.
I am also a reiki master / teacher.
You can see independent reviews, and ratings, of my work on my google page. I also set out below some comments that have been made by recent clients:
"Relief to be able to vocalize all inner feelings, especially those that have remained suppressed for many years".
"Coping mechanisms, and maybe a different way of looking at the world, and more importantly at looking at oneself, gently suggested".
"Altogether a very helpful, insightful experience at a very difficult time in my life".
"I was initially scared of therapy and the thought of opening up all past issues that I had buried was very daunting but I quickly realised with Juliusz I had nothing to worry about. I suffer with anxiety and depression and have met with 4 psychotherapists within the last 9 months, Juliusz was the only person I felt an instant warmth towards. I immediately felt comfortable discussing all issues including very sensitive subjects I had never discussed before. Juliusz has a vast understanding of mental health issues and offers a unique perception due to his clever, analytical ways of thinking and desire to help.
I spent just 6 sessions with Juliusz and feel we "moved mountains" in this very short space. I think its important to note that I stopped my sessions with Juliusz due to him not being "trained" in CBT and I had read CBT is very effective in helping those with anxiety/depression. I have since learnt that the journey in which Juliusz was taking me through with talk therapy aids the process of changing cognitive behaviour and what we were doing together was helping me more than working with a CBT therapist has.
My small time with Juliusz felt like a journey that we explored together and I never felt alone, his support has been invaluable."
There is nothing scary about seeing a psychotherapist or counsellor. See my blog on anxiety in the Metro.
How to deal when you take a big gamble and it doesn't pay off.. This is my latest contribution to the debate on mental health in the press.
My podcast in the Metro looks at the effect of trauma on the individual in the light of recent events in Manchester and London.
Click here to read my comment on high level abuse in the Metro.
Is there a difference between anxiety and stress?
Sex, and the role of sex in or outside of relationships is a big topic. How do we feel about sex within relationships, how do we feel about casual sex, how far do those feelings reflect how we feel about and see ourselves? How open are we to discussing sex with our partners and or our friends. 'Sex Therapy for the Modern World' is a recent podcast that I took part in, as an expert, to consider these and other topical issues.
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