Welcome to Yvette Addo Counselling & Psychotherapy
Despite our ability to take on most of life’s challenges, we can all have times when our normal coping mechanisms become overwhelmed. Clients have found that I offer a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space in which to explore and reflect on whatever issues or problems they might bring. Whether the trigger for seeking help is a one-off event or simply feeling ‘stuck’ in one’s life, I believe that counselling or psychotherapy can offer us the opportunity to gain a better understanding of how we function in the world and through self-reflection, increase our ability to cope with whatever life presents, as well as enriching our enjoyment of life and relationships with others.
At times like these it can be good to find someone to talk to, maybe someone who is outside of your immediate circle of family or friends.
This is where I, as a counsellor, can help. I have experience of working with individuals (adults and young adults) in both short- and long-term therapy.
If this sounds like something that might help you, then please do get in touch for an initial appointment. I offer one to one counselling for adults in Clerkenwell - Central London. I also offer a counselling service in Islington, North London and Queens Park, North West London.
I am committed to providing psychotherapeutic counselling in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.
My Counselling & Psychotherapy Practices in Clerkenwell EC1 and Islington N1 are both within easy reach of Farringdon, Chancery Lane, Holborn, Angel Islington tube station(s). I am also accessible via The Barbican & The City of London. My Counselling & Psychotherapy Practice in Queens Park, NW6 is within a short walk from Queens Park, Kilburn and Kilburn Park Tube station(s), as well as Brondesbury Overground station.
I offer counselling to individuals on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period, with the aim of enabling you to enhance your life and to live it more fully.
I am experienced in helping clients who are having difficulties with: