Couples

Couples Counselling

Couple counselling is an ideal opportunity for your and your partner to begin to look at your relationship within a confidential and therapeutic environment. My approach encourages an in-depth exploration of your relationship, from each person's perspective, and with an emphasis on how the two of you interact with each other. The aim of the therapy is to initiate insight, awareness and change in order that both partners can begin to exercise more control over what is making them unhappy.

Experience

I have over 15 years' experience of working with couples within a variety of settings including Private Practice, NHS and Charity Counselling settings. I have worked with couples with a wide range of presenting issues including communication problems, infidelity and trust issues, addiction problems, breakdown of relationships, sexuality issues, and terminal illness issues. Most recently, at The City and East London Bereavement Service, I have provided relationship counselling to couples who have lost a child.

How I Work

I use a variety of therapeutic approaches; these include psychodynamic, person-centred, existential and CBT. My Integrative approach is based on fifteen years' experience and is focused on exploring the individual's or couple's presenting issues in depth, with the aim of gaining a greater sense of control and insight into the issues and how to affect them.

Where I work

My consultation room is a Central London location in Pollen Street, Mayfair, W1. Pollen Street is just off Hanover Street and behind Regent Street. The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus. Bus routes that stop nearby in Regent Street are - Oxford Circus Stop RC; No's 12, 88, 94, 159, C2 and N3 and a little further back towards Conduit Street Stop M; No's 6, 23, 453, N18, N109, N136.

How to make an appointment

In order to arrange an appointment please call Adrian on Tel: 07921 814 735 or Email: Adrian on aprota67@yahoo.co.uk

Monday - Friday daytime and evening appointments are available, including Saturday mornings.