Gay (LGBT+) Therapy Chiswick
Here at Nicholas Rose & Associates we offer a Therapy service in Chiswick for LGBT+ clients. If you’re an individual or couple looking for a counsellor with experience and understanding contact Nicholas now for an initial appointment.
We use an integrative framework that is further informed by an existential perspective. In practice our exploration of your concerns will be based on a form of enquiry that aims to remove the impact of previously held assumptions, this is called phenomenological enquiry. In deepening our understanding we will offer you perspectives based upon the major theoretical approaches combined with a existential framework that can illuminate struggles within the context of what it means to be human.
I feel like a different person. No, I feel I now recognise the person I've been all along - and I'm proud of her. My time with Nicholas has transformed the way I view the world and how I interact with it. I'd recommend the process to anyone. Genuinely lifechanging. Nicholas was transparent re the cognitive process at work, he involved me in his application of theory and I found this very powerful. But at the same time he was full of empathy. The sessions were both healing and productive. Thank you.
As we work together we will encourage you to consider what you are finding helpful so that we can further focus our efforts in the most constructive way. View our Counselling and Psychotherapy FAQ page for more answers or Contact Us to speak one on one..
Online Therapy using chat or Skype
Some of our clients prefer online Psychotherapy and we can offer you a choice of chat or video sessions. Initially we will start with six thirty minute sessions and then review. If you are finding the sessions helpful we will continue however we may consider changing either frequency or session length.
Same Day Appointments
We can offer same day appointments for our services.
Call us now on 020 8996 9551
Nicholas' sympathetic, thoughtful and professional manner offered me a useful platform to explore my reactions to a traumatic episode. I considered my time with him to have been well-spent and constructive.
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