Other therapists in the practice
ABOUT FAZILA GORE
I have a Masters in Integrative Child, Adolescent and Family Therapy and a Diploma in Child Counselling using expressive arts. I have also completed extensive attachment therapy training. For me, the most crucial facet of working with young people is the therapeutic relationship. When a young person feels heard in an empathic, non-judgemental way, it allows them the freedom to explore their feelings without fear of being judged.
I have worked therapeutically with children, adolescents and families for the last nine years. I have also worked in the child and adolescent team in the NHS and have been the therapy team leader in some schools in London, as well as supervised trainee therapists and provided psycho-education talks and open forums to teachers and parents.
I keep up-to-date with research on principles of child, adolescent and family psychology and mental health, and am dedicated to empathically listening to the young person’s concerns, and helping them learn how to positively approach their mental, emotional and / or behavioural issues.
Corrina has worked extensively with adults and adolescents experiencing difficult issues such as bereavement, loss, divorce, addictions, living alongside addiction, anger, shame, depression, low self-esteem, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, OCD and anxiety.
She has worked at several cancer charities providing therapy to those living with cancer and their families.
Corrina trained at Greenwich University as a person-centred therapist with existential leanings. She is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling Practitioners) and a highly valued member of the Tracey Brittain practice team.
Salma is a highly experienced therapist and valued member of the practice, working with adults, adolescents and children.
She works with a variety of client issues, including anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, abuse, relationship issues and unwanted intrusive thoughts.
She has extensive experience working with cancer patients and family members living alongside someone with cancer.
In addition, she shows a high level of cultural diversity, speaking English, Arabic & Persian, with detailed understanding of cultural pressure and important traditions within multiple ethnic communities.
Salma also works creatively with children. Her gentle, empathic approach encourages children and adolescents to trust her as she provides a safe, confidential space for them to work through difficult issues.
She has a BA Hons in Counselling and is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy).