Coming to therapy
We may use different words to describe how we feel, when we are looking for therapy: fed up, low, empty, frustrated, anxious, panicky, over-thinking, unable to sleep, too sensitive, unable to move on or do this anymore... - very much like feeling out of control, not belonging, or lost. It can be overwhelming, taking too much from us.
In therapy, we find ways to regain balance, feel strong and free.
What to expect in therapy
Therapy is your comfortable space where you can examine your story and situation safely, at your own pace, feeling contained. Things start making sense and become clearer, so you increasingly feel more at ease and not alone. Therapy enables some realisations for a new and fresher view of reality. It helps to re-evaluate some habits and relationships, to make clear-minded decisions and choices for a more fulfilling life.
As a Counsellor, Empowering Coach, Mentor, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Psychotherapist, I use my skills and insight to support you on this journey. We identify and address your issues focusing on your expectations, what you want to change, discover in yourself and in your life.
When you are free from the compulsive worry about the past or future and start living consciously, you are in control of your thoughts and actions. The rest changes effortlessly.
Please feel free to read some personal feedback in Testimonials.
The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking. Albert Einstein
About Our Ceo
Hello and welcome to my page,
My name is Bibi Ono, I am married with three blessed and highly favoured children and own a Beagle called Bentley.
Bibi has over 20 years working for the National Health Service (NHS) in various programmes of work including managing the Children and Young Peoples Mental Health, working in both Primary and Secondary care and looking after the public in various settings. From an incredibly young age, I always believed in equality, justice and fought for what was right, I have always noticed the difference in favouritism but still came from a place of love.