OPEN DOOR POLICY
Welcomes all for change and a chance to grow again
ABOUT THE PROCESS
Hi, my name is Gordon. Welcome!
I’m an experienced counsellor based in East London, working both online and in person. I was born and raised in London. Personal therapy helped me to untangle my relationship with myself and my emotions.
The world alone is a chaotic place to manage our own unknowns, anxieties, and traumas. I understand that everyone experiences the world in different ways, so unique problems require a bespoke response.
Our lives are constantly creating new beginnings, change, and endings, so it’s natural to feel emotions strongly. I help clients explore their life and work to help them build hope and to cope.
Based in East London I see a diverse range of clients from the world. Within my home I have a dedicated consulting room in a quiet residential area with excellent transport links. For those who feel connected to nature, we can make use of the garden. Inside or out, I offer a therapy space that is safe, clean, and confidential, so we can work without distraction.
I work with my clients on a regular weekly basis. This consistency and containment can be relied upon like a crutch while your life regains balance. I work on an open-ended bases at a speed that feels right for you. All sessions are important, especially the last one. The ending is your opportunity to have control if we haven’t had that chance before. We can be busy at times so hybrid work can be considered.
The next step
From my own experience reaching out, sitting in the chair, or saying the words out loud can be daunting.
To enter a non-judgmental space, I invite you to contact me via my website (through the ‘contact’ section), email directly, or call, so that we can arrange a telephone or zoom assessment to discuss your needs and eligibility, in the hopes to take therapy forward.
I offer assessment as a complementary service. We have up to 50 minutes to discuss: -
What has brought you to therapy
What you would like to get out of therapy
Anything else you think I should know about you
Therapists tend not to make promises however I can assure you If it can’t be better, then an aspect will feel better.
Therapy can’t work if you can’t come.