Kingsley Counselling | Wimbledon | London

Relationship, Psychosexual and Addiction Therapy

Good relationships can be hard to hang on to. Sometimes, there’s a problem with sex, infidelity or the family. Sometimes you've been affected by addiction. And sometimes, we just can’t pin down why we feel stuck or lonely. We simply know we’re not as happy as we could be.

Therapy can seem a daunting step to take, but believe me, the rewards can be great. My clients leave feeling stronger, knowing more about themselves. They’ve faced the difficult stuff, learned to communicate better and to be more honest in all sorts of ways. They see now what the choices are.

I counsel married and single people, gay or straight, who come alone or with their partner. Whatever is making you miserable and threatening your relationship or your well-being, I know I can help.

I work face-to-face and I also offer online therapy on Zoom or Skype.

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How To Get The Most Out Of Therapy

Don't hold back.

There's no point censoring yourself. To help you I need to know what's really going on. I'm not going to be offended or shocked. So please, say what you feel, be honest and open.

Stick at it.

Having therapy is no walk in the park and there will be times when you won't want to go. Emotions can get triggered. You may get upset, cry even. It's not easy. But if you can apply yourself and not get put off, you'll start to make connections, understand yourself better and feel more resilient.

Speak up!

If there's something that you think I haven't understood or you disagree with, then let me know. If it's not working, then we can find a way to fix it. Therapy works best when it's collaborative. Express your needs, ask questions, tell me what you want to talk about.

Find the right time.

I see clients five days a week. My earliest appointment is at 8am, my latest 9pm. Schedule your session when you can give it your full attention. Give yourself space afterwards to reflect on what you've discussed in therapy.\

Savour the process.

I know therapy isn't always fun - although I do laugh quite a bit with my clients. One thing's for certain, it can be an incredibly enriching process. You'll learn things about yourself that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

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