Psychotherapy & Counselling
Psychotherapy and Counselling
Bereavement, anxiety, relationship issues, anger management, depression, addiction, low self-esteem, infertility, parenting: these are some of the reasons amongst many that may have brought you to this page. You could feel confused, stuck, hopeless or isolated, life may seem an on-going challenge or you may be facing a particular crisis.
The reasons any of us initiate the therapeutic process are varied as everyone brings their unique situation and qualities but fundamentally we want to feel better.
Janine Timoko is an integrative psychotherapist, drawing from a wide range of techniques and diagnostic models to enable each client a way of working which is appropriate for them. With Janine, you can explore your feelings, thoughts and behaviours, and with increased understanding and awareness of your patterns it becomes possible to make positive changes and to ultimately live a more satisfying life.
Janine has three children and a particular interest in anxiety, anger management, postnatal depression, parenting and the changing nature of relationships after becoming parents.
She is a member of the BACP and abides by their code of ethics and practice and belongs to a regular professional supervision group with a UKCP registered supervisor.
Training, Qualifications & Experience: BA (Hons) Politics and Women’s Studies, OCR/RSA Certificate in Counselling Skills, Post-graduate Certificate in Psychotherapy – Spectrum centre for humanistic psychology (UKCP registered organisation), Member of BACP
Janine runs her private practice from Gracelands Yard Therapies and has worked as a volunteer counsellor with children for the Place2be, and with adults for the Women’s Consortium in Brent.
For further information on treatments or to book an appointment, please call Janine Timoko on 07713 48 38 37