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Psychotherapy & Counselling

Counselling and Psychotherapy can be used to help address a range of problems that are psychological or emotional in nature and aims to improve an individual’s sense of mental, emotional and physical well-being. Psychotherapy uses varying techniques based on communication, dialogue, relationship-building and behavioural change.

Humanistic models of Counselling and Psychotherapy emerged in reaction to both behaviourism and psychoanalysis and are therefore known as the Third Force in the development models of psychology. This model is explicitly concerned with the human context of the development of the individual with an emphasis on subjective meaning, a rejection of determinism, and a concern for positive growth rather than pathology. It posits an inherent human capacity to maximise potential, “the self-actualising tendency. The task of Humanistic therapy is to create a relational environment where this tendency might flourish. Humanistic psychology models are philosophically rooted in existentialism.”

May help with:
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  • Trusting relationship

  • Share your burdens

  • Relationships

  • Confidence and assertiveness

  • Health concerns

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Personality disorders

  • Eating disorders

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Drug misuse

  • Sexuality issues

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Our Consultation

Our psychotherapist offers counselling and psychotherapy for individuals to explore their anxieties, concerns and issues including personal, cultural, family, psycho-sexual and pain management problems. The sessions are strictly confidential and last one hour.


Koula Refahi

A humanistic psychotherapist and counsellor on the BACP accredited register, MBACPShe is a Spectrum graduate and is currently taking further studies for professional development.

For further inquires or to book an appointment, please contact Koula directly on 079 8532 1704.

Works with both individuals and couples, bringing warmth, empathy, challenge and a wealth of therapeutic and life experience to her practice. She offers a safe and confidential environment for clients to explore their anxieties, issues and struggles. She promotes clients to understand and gain awareness of what is causing anxiety or keeping the feeling stuck or unfulfilled. During the consultation you and Koula will be exploring practical steps that can be taken  to overcome present challenges, such as anxiety and old habits, while at the same time she will help you cultivate a better sense of self-worth. Expect to look at behaviour patterns and methods that will help to take charge of your own life in a way that works for you.
Koula works with people from all religious backgrounds, sexual orientation, cultures and class
systems. She supports people to look at cultural and gender differences and issues both in
personal and professional relationships in order to gain clarity and understanding.


A humanistic psychotherapist and counsellor on the BACP accredited register, MBACP.
She is a Spectrum graduate and is currently taking further studies for professional development.



  • Spectrum Counselling Skills Course (OCR), Enhancing Counselling Skills Course,

  • Counselling Skills Course, Barnet, London.

  • Spectrum One Year Course in Psychotherapy, One Year Continuation Course,

  • Post-Graduate Course in Psychotherapy. Continued Post-Graduate annual seminars.

  • Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Spectrum Training.

She has many years of experience working in a therapeutic environment at Spectrum a Centre for personal and professional excellence. If you wish to learn more about BACP and Spectrum's Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy pleas click here.

Health Insurances: Bupa Cigna Aviva Vitality Saga WPA
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