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Meet the Therapist: Ruth Abban

Meet the Therapist: Ruth Abban

Ruth Abban is an online therapist: "I see individuals, usually teenagers and young adults, primarily from Black, Asian and other ethnically minoritised communities. Seeing clients embrace aspects of their identities that they may have been socialised to ‘self-silence’ is a beautiful thing to witness."
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Meet the Therapist: Gavin Demurger-Jones

Meet the Therapist: Gavin Demurger-Jones

Gavin Demurger-Jones is a counsellor in London and West Sussex: "Life can be so complicated; it’s no wonder that it’s been hard for my clients, that they’ve struggled and that they need someone by their side now. And then I see them grow. Week by week they change; sometimes they don’t see it, but I do and that is a privilege."
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Meet the Therapist: Ryan Powell

Meet the Therapist: Ryan Powell

Ryan Powell is a counsellor in Central London and online: "People sometimes think they're going to be labelled with a mental health disorder of some sort by visiting a therapist; I wish people knew this is a myth. Talking is healthy and it’s better to work through the stuff you're dealing with before it gets worse."
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Meet the Therapist: Alan Madin

Meet the Therapist: Alan Madin

Alan Madin is a counsellor in Lincoln and online: "I just love it when my clients don’t need me any more. Job done – in a bittersweet way! I want to tell my ex-clients, I didn’t actually tell you to do that thing that you said has worked. I just helped you find it yourself."
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Meet the Therapist: Melanie Kinross

Meet the Therapist: Melanie Kinross

Melanie Kinross is a counsellor in West Sussex: "Counselling is for everyone – you don’t have to be 'a talker' to benefit from therapy. In fact, you might find you get a lot from it if you are not someone who regularly opens up with friends and family. You don’t have to be at the end of your tether either; it can be really helpful to start before things get bad."
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Meet the Therapist: Sylwia Kowalska-Lewis

Meet the Therapist: Sylwia Kowalska-Lewis

Sylwia Kowalska-Lewis is a therapist in SE London and online: "Seeing someone who suffered from social anxiety being able to form friendships, or someone who experienced sexual abuse as a child developing trust in another once again. Being a therapist is about seeing the transformation that my patients experience."
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Meet the Therapist: Oliver O'Donohoe

Meet the Therapist: Oliver O'Donohoe

Oliver O'Donohoe is a counsellor in Brockley and online: "Healing can sometimes feel a bit upside-down. For example, if you describe yourself as ‘not an angry person’, connecting with your anger may be a core component to your therapeutic journey. Generally, whatever you think you ‘are not’, could be a clue to becoming whole again."
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Meet the Therapist: Nora Beres

Meet the Therapist: Nora Beres

Nora Beres is a hypnotherapist in Bilston: "Therapy is a tool to help people to deal with physical difficulties as well as emotional traumas. Sometimes we manifest physical illness through emotional stress, so when we address the emotional issues we can help to heal physical illness."
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