Evija Melberga Psychosynthesis counsellor , SE1
I trained as a psychosynthesis therapist because I believe we are more than just our symptoms and problems; that our worries and issues, no matter how difficult , painful or "stuck" they may be, hold within them the opportunity for creative growth and change.
On a more personal level, I am a warm and approachable person who finds it easy to engage with people from all backgrounds . The experience of living and working in a variety of cultures , has given me a sense for detecting subtle signals in people that show the effect on them of the challenges of life in London, the world`s most cosmopolitan and complex city.
Apart from running my private practice at Canada Water and London bridge, I used to work as Honorary Counsellor at NHS South East London
Training and qualifications
I am qualified therapist , with a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling and Therapy. This is awarded by the University of East London and is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy . I have also trained in CBT(cognitive behavioural therapy), Mindfulness and Transgender Awareness.
Daytime rate (8am-5pm): 45 Initial session (with no commitment for further counselling) : 25 Evening rate (5pm -9pm): 50
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3 min walk from London Bridge station, Train: Mainline, Thameslink, Tube :Jubilee, Northern Buses: 47.381, 343
Suite 13, Dock Offic Surrey Quays Road
Quiet and friendly therapy rooms in Canada Water and London bridge. Only 1 minute walk from Canada Water station. Tube: Jubilee line, Overground. Buses: 188.8.131.52.381.c10 Free car park opposite Canada Water station, adjacent to the therapy rooms.