Sartu SabrinaIntegrative counsellor
If any part of what I have written resonates with you, then I think you be at capacity – you are full.
When a person is full, you may experience low mood or depressive episodes and anxious feelings. There maybe a reluctance to engage with others or you may try to make yourself feel better by drinking, taking substances, alternative diets, eating more sweet or fatty foods, exercise or shopping. Each of these activities give you a temporary dopamine hit, but after a while you will find that it’s less effective.
It’s hard when your normal coping mechanisms aren’t working and perhaps it’s even harder for you to admit that you need help.
I understand this, which is why working with me is an investment into your physical & mental well-being. Even computers need to be recharged and updated, humans are no different.
Yes, therapy is about you, it is your time to be listened to and heard. But you will not be speaking to a ‘blank screen’, there will be a humane dialogue between us. Therapy isn’t depressing, there will be times when you are sad, angry, tearful or laughing. You will feel my compassion, as and know that I am here to support you – both of you. My clients say that I am genuine, straightforward, kind and challenging when I need to be. I am curious about what makes you – you!.
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
In Person: £75
60 mins : £100
90 mins : £130
I offer weekly or fortnightly sessions
Training and qualifications
Psychotherapy & Counselling Adv Diploma