Maggie Jamieson Counselling and Psychotherapy Fleet Street, City of London EC4

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Welcome to my website

Are you..
… worried about a relationship or work?
… feeling anxious or depressed?
… struggling with a bereavement or loss of some kind?

Perhaps there's no time when you can stop...., take a breath...., look around.… reflect on and absorb what's going on in your life.

No space to pause.... gather yourself together in one place.... and start to make sense of things....

Maybe you've been soldiering on for some time and, underneath it all, feeling anxious or unhappy and uncertain what to do or who to turn to. Talking with friends or family is often useful and all you need most of the time, but sometimes that may not be easy or possible. This is when meeting, in confidence, with a psychotherapist or counsellor can help - whether it’s something recent that's upset you or you've been worried or unhappy for a while.

Talking things through with a professional, someone outside your social group and family, can offer a fresh perspective and insight to whatever is troubling you. It gives you a dedicated time and space where you can speak freely, will be listened to without judgment, taken seriously and encouraged to reflect on things in more depth. This can help you focus and find clarity, understand yourself better, re-gain your balance and discover your best way forward.

I'm a UKCP Registered psychotherapist with over 10 years experience of working with a wide range of concerns (see My experience below). I'm near St Paul's in Fleet Street, EC4 in the City of London. Nearby transport links are: St Paul's (Central Line), Blackfriars (District & Circle lines), Temple (District & Circle lines), Bank (Central & Northern, DLR) Thameslink.



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I hold a BSc. (hons) Psychology (Birkbeck College (University of London) and MSc. Integrative Psychotherapy from Metanoia Institute. I'm a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and abide by their Code of Ethics. For more details please visit About me .



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My Approach

I believe we have far more emotional and psychological resources than we think we do and that the experience of feeling listened to and understood by someone else can help us tap into and realise more of our inner strengths.
We're all unique and shaped by our particular life history so I tailor how I work according to the changing needs of each individual.
Providing a safe ground for you to stand on I offer both support and challenge and will:

  • encourage you to respond to current your difficulties with interest and compassion (not self-criticism); to be curious about yourself, your life and history and reflect on your path thus far.
  • bring your attention to the different aspects of your experience – physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual. This helps you become more self-aware and gain a more integrated sense of yourself, bringing calm and building confidence.
  • share my reflections, thoughts and interpretations , offering a fresh perspective.
  • suggest strategies you can use in every day life to support you (e.g. to help reduce anxiety). I bring mindfulness techniques into my work (please see Client Resources)

    Counselling & Psychotherapy give you space where you can gain a deeper and broader understanding of yourself. Becoming more self-aware enables you to tap into your strengths, see your life and relationships more clearly, live more wholeheartedly and more consciously choose your path ahead. Please visit What is Counselling/Psychotherapy? for what meeting for a first session is like.

    Being mindful, present and aware deepens our understanding of our self and others, increases our ability to focus as well as making life and relationships more meaningful



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    My experience

    I've over 10 years experience working with people who bring a wide range of issues, including:
    Anxiety, Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), Panic attacks, Depression, Bereavements, Loss, Relationship issues, Work-related issues, Infertility, IVF, Family problems, Divorce & separation, Low self-esteem, Lack of confidence, Unresolved issues from the past, Childhood and adult trauma, Child abuse, Difficult memories, Pain and long term illnesses, Life transitions (e.g. ageing, retirement, redundancy, illness), Identity issues, Sexuality, Student concerns (e.g. exam stress & worry), Feelings of emptiness, Social isolation or loneliness.
    Please visit About me for further information.
    I also work with trainee psychotherapists and counsellors from training institutions across London.

    Bereavement Counselling
    I've extensive experience in bereavement counselling and am particularly skilled and attuned to working in this field, this includes counselling with those who have suffered a traumatic bereavement such as a sudden death, a suicide, or the death of a child. Please visit Bereavement Counselling for more information.



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    Counselling & Psychotherapy in Central London, EC4

    I'm a Counsellor & Psychotherapist near St Paul's in the City of London based in quiet, dedicated counselling rooms in a discreet location in Fleet Street, EC4 . There are excellent public transport links close by which means I'm accessible from most areas in Central London. I'm within easy reach of St Paul's, Blackfriars, Bank, Farringdon, Lincoln's Inn, Holborn, Temple, Southwark, Westminster .

    To contact me please email or call my mobile 07821 265402. If I'm unable to take your call please leave a voicemail and I'll return your call as soon as I can, I aim to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours (Monday-Friday).

    You can find me listed on the following Professionally Accredited Counselling websites:
    UKCP Register - Maggie Jamieson
    Metanoia Institute
    Counselling Directory
    Right Therapist
    UKCP HIPC
    Counsellors UK
    Google Plus

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