Kristin Ramsey BA(Hons), PDip, MBACP
As a counsellor, I help people improve their psychological well-being, aid self-discovery and empower positive, lasting change.
I am a qualified counsellor and Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), adhering to their principles and standards of practice.
I offer counselling for individuals in Harley Street W1, London Bridge SE1, Hammersmith and Fulham SW6.
Take Your Space
My counselling offers time and space for you to discuss your situation and take support.
My aim is to understand your experience as fully as possible, to help bring clarity to thoughts and feelings, and to create an environment for exploring positive change.
I value the trust required to share what brings you to seek counselling. The therapeutic relationship I hope to build with you is based upon respect, non-judgement and strict confidentiality, forming a safe foundation for the therapy.
My clients often feedback they feel heard and understood and the warm, collaborative space I provide supports them address challenges, heal, and make more satisfying decisions in their lives.
People seek counselling support for many reasons. Perhaps:
- following a particular event such as bereavement, relationship breakdown, job loss or ill-health;
- a wish to understand and bring change to struggles or behaviours that may have historic roots;
- a desire for space for personal development.
I work with a range of difficulties including
- bereavement & loss
- relationship difficulties
- physical, sexual and emotional abuse
- low self-esteem
- domestic violence
- childhood sexual abuse
- cultural issues
- addictive behaviours
- obsessive and compulsive behaviours.
I have specific experience supporting vulnerable women who are survivors of trauma, abuse and exploitation.
Counselling is a talking therapy. Typically we will have weekly 50 minute sessions, and I provide a space to help you work through issues you are facing in a supportive, non-judgemental relationship.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
I offer short-term counselling, usually a minimum of 6 weeks, and with a specific focus; or open-ended counselling, allowing for a more exploratory approach and pace which may last many months.
We can discuss your needs and plan accordingly.
HOW MUCH DOES COUNSELLING COST?
Sessions are from £60.
Costs vary depending on a variety of factors such as varying therapy-room hire costs.
Concessions may be available.
CAN I MOVE FROM ONLINE COUNSELLING TO FACE-TO-FACE COUNSELLING AFTER THE LOCKDOWN?
Yes. I work as a counsellor in London Bridge SE1, Harley Street W1, and Fulham SW6 for face-to face sessions.
HOW DO I PAY FOR MY COUNSELLING?
Usually payment is made by bank transfer. Should this be problematic for you, cash can be paid for face-to-face sessions.