You might be looking for therapy because you’re feeling stuck and repeating old patterns of behaviour. Perhaps it feels difficult to sustain meaningful relationships with others, or maybe you are feeling unfulfilled with life?
Whatever the catalyst has been, talking with a therapist can really help to unravel the issues and support you to move forward.
Therapy with Lottie Boswell
I work individually with adults and offer therapy for a range of issues and concerns, with particular experience in working with clients who are:
- Suffering from anxiety, panic and overwhelming feelings
- Experiencing depression or periods of low mood
- Experiences in childhood
- The impact of having been at boarding school
- Navigating family relationships
- Suffering from feeling withdrawn or disconnected from others
- Work related issues
- Suffering from chronic health issues, particularly those living with Endometriosis
- Difficulties or issues within relationships
- Navigating parenting issues
- Exploring significant life stages
Our experiences in childhood and within our families can have a profound impact on us as adults. I work in a way which takes into consideration how your early life and experiences may be influencing you presently. During a therapy session, we can explore the nature of these issues, discover the roots of your response, and find new ways of managing overwhelming feelings.
You may recognise yourself in something listed above, or you may not – there can often be some apprehension in seeking out therapy, but speaking with a therapist can be useful to recognise, acknowledge and process feelings and experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
How we work together in therapy
As an Integrative therapist I draw from a variety of approaches tailored to the unique needs of each individual client.
My way of working is underpinned by developmental thinking which takes into consideration how your early life and experiences may be influencing you presently. I work in a relational and trauma-informed way which means that the relationship we are able to build therapeutically will be fundamental in offering the necessary support and safety in working together. I work alongside my clients in thinking about what may be feeling difficult and how we might be able to use therapy to address some of these things.
I offer a supportive, non-judgemental and confidential space in which we can work collaboratively in order to explore and help resolve the issues you may be facing. What’s most important is that together we can connect and create a space where we’re able to consider the aspects of life that feel tricky or painful.
Areas I work with:
I work individually with adults across a range of issues including:
- Anxiety and panic
- Bereavement and loss
- Boarding school emotional issues
- Body image and disordered eating patterns
- Experiences in childhood
- Emotional abuse
- Family conflict
- Identity issues
- Relationship difficulties
- Work-related issues
Therapy Qualifications, Training & Background:
I undertook a 5-year training at The Minster Centre, which is one of Europe’s leading Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling institutes where I gained a Diploma in Integrative Counselling.
As well as my work in private practice, I have worked for a low-cost therapy service in Queens Park, and an NHS counselling service in Hammersmith and Fulham.
Professional development training courses:
- Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Working with Trauma
- Death and Bereavement
- Self-harm and Suicide
- Domestic abuse
- Working with shut-down states of mind
- Eating Disorders
As a qualified therapist and registered member of the BACP I adhere to their ethical guidelines and standards. I’m committed to my professional development and undertake regular further training and supervision to support my practice.
Please feel free to send an email or telephone to arrange an initial meeting.
Please contact me for current availability
£100 per 50 minute session
Reduced Fee Sessions:
I currently have no availability for reduced fee clients.
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