I offer brief-focussed and longer-term counselling and psychotherapy for individuals from accessible locations in West Norwood and London Bridge. I specialise in counselling for relationship difficulties, anxiety and low self esteem. Therapy with me can help you to:
- Feel more calm
- Understand what is holding you back
- Be able to stand up for yourself
- Boost your confidence
- Discover what you want out of life
- Be able to think more clearly
- Get back on track
I am an approved counsellor and psychotherapist for Axa PPP Healthcare, Bupa, Aviva and Vitality Health insurance providers. I also design and deliver themed corporate trainings to support workplace teams with their mental health and well-being.
I have been in practice for more than a decade including working in the NHS, children’s services, developing my own gardening therapy practice for adolescents and working in community services. Before becoming a counsellor I had a long career in the music industry, which has given me a particular sensitivity to the specific demands of the creative and performance sectors.
A British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited and Registered counsellor, I abide by the BACP’s Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions and regularly undertake professional development training to ensure my practice is in line with the latest developments in therapeutic thinking. I have regular clinical supervision and am fully insured.
Opening Hours for Appointments
Daytime and evening appointments are available on Mondays and Wednesdays at West Norwood, and on Tuesdays at London Bridge. Please note I am currently operating a waiting list at London Bridge.
My office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8.30am – 5.30pm.
Fees for individual counselling sessions at West Norwood start at £60
Fees for individual counselling sessions at London Bridge start at £75
“I was feeling very confused but Manda helped me reach a place of clarity, control and confidence.”
“Working with Manda gave me the courage and insight I needed to embark on a journey on my own.”