Joshua Moritz Integrative psychotherapist , E8
I see individuals who feel stuck for a whole variety of reasons. Maybe you are stuck in a particular time, place or experience from a past trauma; maybe you are struggling to move forward in your life; or maybe you are stuck in unhealthy behavioural patterns. Whatever brings you to therapy, my specialty is a deep exploration of all the factors that are holding you back.
To do this, I develop long-term supportive relationships with my clients and work in an open-ended way, rather than exclusively trying to “fix” the immediate problem. I use my strong expertise in psychotherapeutic theory, alongside a caring and patient approach, to help people address their challenges at a level they can’t reach on their own.
I pride myself on my ability to help people feel at ease, even when discussing distressing feelings or experiences. I am skilled in creating a safe and nurturing environment for those who are unsure or nervous about therapy. My work is always led by the client’s needs, and my “integrative” style of psychotherapy means that I get a full understanding of the person, and adapt my methods to suit the individual.
Training and qualifications
I hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling from the Minster Centre, and I am completing a further MA/Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy (on course for 2020 completion). I have years of experience (including in NHS funded services and private practices) working with clients on personal struggles, mental health challenges, grief, social pressures, sexuality and intimacy and other issues. Together we will tackle whatever you bring to a session, and I offer the fundamental support you need to live a balanced and fulfilling life. I am a registered member of the BACP and adhere to the BACP Codes of Ethical Practice.
My fee is £60 per session. Give me a call or send me an email to arrange a consultation. Our first session will explore what has brought you to therapy and how we might work together. I currently have availability in both Finsbury Park (near Manor House and Stoke Newington) as well as in Hackney (close to Haggerston and Dalston stations). All sessions take place in comfortable, quiet and confidential setting, and has disabled acccess.
Existential Integrative Interpersonal Person-centred/humanistic Psychoanalytic Issues often worked with:
AnxietyBereavementDepressionFamily issuesGender diversityInterpersonal relationshipsSexual abuseSexuality Availability:
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342 Kingsland Road
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Seven Sisters Road
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