SW17 South London
Constance transitioned from journalist to therapist after three years of working in the city. She has a clear understanding of the impact stress and anxiety can have on the body and mind and the life-changing benefits of therapy.
Constance worked for the NHS through the pandemic and has experience working with short-term (a minimum of 6 sessions) and long-term (open-ended) therapy with people from all cultural backgrounds.
Constance has worked in-depth with panic attacks, generalised anxiety disorder, low self-esteem, stress, depression, guilt, shame, existential crises, identity, life transitions, anger. She also has experience working with trauma, relationships, physical and emotional abuse, self-harm, eating disorders, bereavement, fertility, addiction, life transitions, loneliness, suicidal ideation and a range of other issues.
Constance has worked with multi-disciplinary teams, helping high-risk clients, collaborating with GPs, teachers, pastoral care and social services.
As well as working with adults of all ages Constance has worked in-depth with young adults, adolescents and children in an educational setting. She is currently working as a school counsellor at a private school in south London part-time.
How I work with clients
"I adapt my practice to each client's needs, incorporating different techniques including, CBT, mindfulness, autogenic training techniques, and creative therapy.
My priority is for all of my clients to feel safe and grounded when working with me. I try to make sure all of my clients come away from the therapy with a better understanding of themselves and with the tools they need to continue forward in their lives and be able to cope with future life challenges.
I believe that the mind and the body are intrinsically interlinked and I am interested in the impact that anxiety and trauma have on the body and mind. I am also particularly interested in the impact that technology is having on our day-to-day mental well-being. I have completed specific training in this area.
I can work in a more goal-focused short-term approach or a more analytical long-term approach depending on what the client needs and wants."
Constance is an adult-trained therapist and completed her BACP Accredited qualification Integrative Counselling in London. In January 2022 Constance will be starting a part-time MA in child and adolescent Psychotherapy, whilst studying she will be continuing with her private practice.
AdvDip at CPPD in Humanistic Integrative Counselling
PgD at CPPD in Humanistic Integrative Counselling
PGCert in Psychotherapy & Counselling at Regents University
Certificate at Creative Counsellors in Ecotherapy & Walk & Talk Counselling
BA at University of Leeds (Art and Design)
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South London Tooting
Constance lives in SW17 Tooting. Her nearest tube is Tooting Broadway (Northern Line). Balham is a 20-minute walk and one tube stop away. Fast bus routes connect Constance to Streatham, Wimbledon and Wandsworth