Jules Haley – Counsellor and therapist, Walthamstow, East London, E17
I am Jules, a Qualified and BACP Registered Person-Centred therapist, offering long or short term, individual counselling in Walthamstow, East London, E17. I use the pronouns ‘she/her’.
I work with adults (18+) who have a range of life experiences and people who may find it more difficult to access counselling and therapy, including those who may be struggling with or who want to discuss their drug and alcohol use, people who want to explore their sexuality and gender and those in non-monogamous or poly-amorous relationships. I work with individuals who are gay, queer, bi, straight, pan, kink, asexual, sexuality questioning and all genders including trans, intersex, cis, non-binary, genderqueer, agender and gender questioning people. I am committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming, safe and confidential space.
You may not be sure why you are feeling drawn to counselling but something may not feel quite right now in your life, you may not know what you are looking for or who you are and how to be, or it could be that you have a specific issue. Life experiences such as relationships, family, health, work, loss, trauma, feeling different, being marginalised and injustice can all cause differing levels of pain, confusion and anxiety. We can explore these feelings at your pace, perhaps you are feeling sad, isolated, or angry or may not be sure about what is going on for you or may even find defining ‘a you’ difficult. It may be that you want to find new ways to understand and cope with anxiety or insomnia to help you manage each day.
How I work
I offer a type of therapy called ‘Person-Centred’. It is a non-medical, non-judgmental, non-directive approach to therapy. I offer a genuinely accepting, empathic and safe space for us to explore your feelings, experiences, thoughts and memories. I will not direct, advise or guide you but together we can explore your world and gain an understanding about what it means for you and how that may affect your next steps in life. I also can refer to alcohol and drug services where required (if and when you choose and are ready) and work with you while you prepare for or are on a drug and alcohol programme whether that is abstaining, reducing, detox or rehab.
You may already have experience of being in counselling or it may be something that you are just considering. I understand how daunting it can be to contact a stranger when you may be finding life difficult. If you have any concerns about your next step, please contact me to explore together any questions that you have about coming to counselling and how it works or to arrange a first session and we can see how we may work together.
I currently have some availability on Monday to Friday evenings – 6pm – 9.30pm. I also work Saturday and Sunday mornings.
You can contact me via email – firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07847 267882