Noelle Woosley, existential psychotherapist

Psychotherapy with me

What brings us to therapy is entirely unique for each of us and it is common for our ‘reason’ for being in the process to evolve once we start to unpack things. However, it might be helpful to know that individuals I mostly commonly work with often hope to explore themes relating to the following: 

Abuse, abortion, anger, anxiety, bereavement, bullying, crises of self, conflict, death & dying, depression, diabetes, diagnoses, existential crises, family, grief, loss, low self-esteem, identity, illness, meaninglessness, mortality, relationships, stress, stuckness, suicide, and trauma.

Qualifications & training

I hold a Master’s in Psychotherapy & Counselling with Distinction from Regent’s University London, as well as professional Registered membership with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the Society for Existential Analysis (SEA). 

I draw primarily from the existential-phenomenological and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy, which you are welcome to read more about here