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Alaric Everett – BA (Hons.), PG Dip., MBACP (Accred.), UKRCP

Integrative Counselling & Therapy

Open-Therapy: Qualified and experienced BACP-accredited therapist offering individual and couples counselling services in London. My practice is based in between Waterloo & Vauxhall where I provide a perceptive, empathic, confidential and non-judgemental space in which your issues can be listened to, explored and worked through.


The therapeutic space that client and therapist build together is an open space where thoughts, feelings and behaviours can be looked at in an accepting and allowing, as well as real and honest way. Doing so can help with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, relationship problems as well as less easily identifiable feelings such as existential insecurity or a general sense of meaninglessness.


It can be difficult to talk to those close to you as they often, understandably, struggle to remain impartial. Sometimes professional support is needed so that you can express yourself to someone who has no vested interest in you being any particular way and who will not be shocked, overwhelmed or judgemental about what you have to say. It can be surprising how valuable it can be to have a space where you can be helped to explore for yourself what your own responses, perceptions and feelings are; to find fresh and unimagined ways of looking at and experiencing problematic emotions, relationships and situations.

 



 

Alaric Everett – BA (Hons.), PG Dip., MBACP (Accred.), UKRCP

Integrative Counselling & Therapy

Open-Therapy: Qualified and experienced BACP-accredited therapist offering individual and couples counselling services in London. My practice is based in between Waterloo & Vauxhall where I provide a perceptive, empathic, confidential and non-judgemental space in which your issues can be listened to, explored and worked through.


The therapeutic space that client and therapist build together is an open space where thoughts, feelings and behaviours can be looked at in an accepting and allowing, as well as real and honest way. Doing so can help with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, relationship problems as well as less easily identifiable feelings such as existential insecurity or a general sense of meaninglessness.


It can be difficult to talk to those close to you as they often, understandably, struggle to remain impartial. Sometimes professional support is needed so that you can express yourself to someone who has no vested interest in you being any particular way and who will not be shocked, overwhelmed or judgemental about what you have to say. It can be surprising how valuable it can be to have a space where you can be helped to explore for yourself what your own responses, perceptions and feelings are; to find fresh and unimagined ways of looking at and experiencing problematic emotions, relationships and situations.

 




Alaric Everett - Open-Therapy

Black Prince Road, London, SE1 7SJ