Nada’s approach to psychotherapy is integrative, rooted in the existential theory. This focuses on the increase of self-awareness and the importance of autonomy to feel more confident and content. As each client is an individual, the counselling is tailored to them and their circumstances, incorporating various modalities including CBT, humanistic, person centred and psychodynamic. Nada provides a confidential and non-judgmental space, her clients finding her down to earth, approachable, and empathic. She has worked with a range of issues including depression, relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, identity issues, self-esteem and finding life’s purpose. Nada understands talking about personal issues is hard and works collaboratively with her clients to unpack what they are struggling with and work towards new possibilities.
Nada has a particular interest in issues relating to identity, cross cultural and ‘belonging’. She provides a culturally sensitive space, exploring your world and lived experience that is unique to you. Nada is a registered counsellor with BACP and adhere to their code of ethics. She is in her final year of a doctorate in counselling psychology course.