I am a qualified Humanistic counsellor, providing both short and long-term psychotherapy to adults and young individuals in West and North London. I offer face to face counselling in Kensal Rise and Kentish Town, I am also offering online counselling.
After working in different industries for ten years, Hospitality / Theatrical Arts / Education, I decided to settle in London and study Psychology. I obtained a Bachelor of Science (Upper class Honours) in Humanistic Counselling from Middlesex University in London and a diploma in Humanistic Counselling from the Metanoia Institute in London. My modalities are Person-Centered, Transaction Analysis and Gestalt.
I work with people from all walks of life and backgrounds, coming to me with a diverse range of experiences. As a fully qualified counsellor , I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (register number: 387435). I abide by their code of ethics and to ensure a safe and ethical practice, I regularly attend supervision with a BACP certified supervisor.
As a Humanistic counsellor, I believe that every human being strives to become the best version of themselves and is capable of it.
You may be feeling anxious, overwhelmed or depressed. You may be feeling lost, looking for meaning or going through difficult times.
Together we can create a safe space where you feel comfortable reflecting on aspects of your identity as well as exploring any challenges you may be facing. It is a place where you can revisit past events, and plan for the future.
I will welcome you without judgement or expectation. I will focus on your experience and your perception of the world with empathy and unconditionality.
I am currently working in a school setting where I support students from 11 to 19 years old. I also work with young people within my private practice.
I am passionate about providing a space where young people feel heard. I believe that by co creating a positive relationship of trust, dialogue is encouraged and growth is enabled.
I offer a range of creative approach, such as: Sand Tray therapy or Talking and Drawing.
I have extensive experience working with Autistic individuals; adults and children. I have worked for the past seven years in an Autism specific school, where I have supported students and parents through difficult times.
I greatly respect neurodiversity and I believe that every person should have the appropriate space to explore any struggles.
“It is very precious to have someone who really listens and cares. With Morgan and his caring nature I felt safe sharing my obsessive worries and exploring traumatic elements of my past. It helped me to get closure and move forward”
“There were lots of things I could not tell my friends, my parents or my teachers. I finally found an adult I could trust to talk about everything. I never felt judged or misunderstood by Morgan”
“I went to see Morgan because I was feeling lost and depressed. I knew I was not happy but I could not understand why and how to get better. Morgan helped me to understand myself better, he helped me to change my perspective and find meaning”
“I had lost my father for a year. I thought I was fine but clearly I was not. I was getting more and more depressed and it was affecting my career and my family. I worked with Morgan and he guided me through my grief. He helped me to accept my feelings and understand my pain”
“I had seen counsellors before but I never felt they were getting me. I connected with Morgan, I knew he understood my world”
People come to me for help with a wide range of issues. Here are a few of the more common difficulties that can be supported through counselling:
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