I believe we do have the capacity to change our lives. Even when at times it can feel that we are stuck or powerless.
This is why I became a counsellor.
Psychotherapy & Counselling with Daniel Dennehy MBACP
The reasons for seeking counselling are sometimes clear, such as a relationship breakdown, problems at work or life circumstances that are distressing.
At other times the reason can be less transparent. Perhaps you feel stuck, dissatisfied with your life, unable to understand what it is you want or how to achieve it?
All of us are individuals and I believe that therapy should provide a truly personal and unique approach.
As an integrative therapist I utilise a number of psychotherapy models which emphasize different dimensions of the human experience.
My practice is informed by theories of attachment, neuro-science, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), psycho –dynamic and humanistic therapies.
These models work collaboratively to assist in understanding how our bodies work, the way in which our thoughts and behaviours impact our experiences, the influence of events from our past and the role of relationships in our lives.
Importantly they also provide different insights into the ways in which we can experience growth and improve the quality of our lives.
Crucially I focus on how you can change now.
Areas I work with:
- Addictions, Obsessions & Dependency
- Anger Management & Conflict
- Anxiety & panic attacks
- Bereavement, grief & loss
- Depression and mood swings
- Family conflict and crisis issues
- Intimacy issues
- Life changes & transitions
- Relationship issues and problems
- Self-Esteem & Confidence
- Sexual and or physical abuse in childhood
- Stress and feeling overwhelmed
Areas of interest
For the past 15 years I have worked in the NHS and within the charity sector. I have a lot of experience working with people struggling with issues such as depression, sadness, grief and anxiety. I have also worked extensively with people struggling with their use of alcohol, drugs and their relationship with sex.
I have extensive experience working with LGBT clients, including work at 56 Dean Street, London Friend and the Helios Centre.
Psychotherapy Qualifications and Training:
- Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling, CPPD
- Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling, CPPD
- Certificate in Counselling Skills – Mary Ward Centre
- BA – Anthropology, University of Otago, New Zealand
- DipGrad – Community and Family Studies, Otago University, New Zealand
BACP – Registered member
Professional Development Training Courses
- Time-limited Counselling
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
- Health and Social Care
- Management and Care for Individuals with Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Psychiatry, Psychodynamics and Psychopathology
- Introductory training courses in Cognitive Analytic and Systemic Therapies
As a qualified therapist and registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) I adhere to their ethical guidelines and standards.
I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
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£70-75 per 50 minute session