When you are in therapy, the 50 minutes you spend with your therapist can feel like you have the freedom to talk about any thoughts or feelings you have, be fully listened to, without being judged. This is something that doesn't normally happen in everyday life - so, in this way, it is "another place".

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Sometimes it might feel like everything is on top of you and you can't get a hold of your life. Sometimes it may feel like you are the only one suffering. Are you stuck in those old patterns of behaviour that are stopping you from achieving what you want from your life? Is anxiety preventing you from living better? Maybe you are feeling that your inner critic is giving you such a hard time that you cannot be yourself. Maybe you have lost yourself somewhere on the way...


Whatever it is, you don't have to face it alone. You can take control of your life and make a change, by seeking support.


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You may feel like your life does not belong to you and that other people are in control of it. There could be very good reasons that you feel like that but are not yet aware of. As you gently process your material in therapy more "stuff" will start to surface and you self-awareness will increase. By way of "stuff", I mean your own ideas and concepts that have developed over time through experiences, and also maybe some buried memories. Linking the present with the past can throw light on some behaviour patterns, beliefs or fears. Increasing your self-awareness can be empowering and can promote healing and change. 


Your Greatest Self.


Do you ever wonder, who the real you is, what the real you likes, orr even feels? Whether you can be real with yourself, or whether your friends and colleagues actually see the real you? 


We may have had to develop a certain way of being in order to interact with others more successfully, be it our parents, siblings, friends, colleagues, society, etc. It could be for survival, integration, acceptance, conformity, or whatever else, and we may not be completely aware of it. This side of ourselves may be very successful, or maybe even uncomfortable, however we may lose sight of our real self. Underneath we may be feeling very different: lonely, rejected, vulnerable, hurt ...


We may be left with an underlying sense of emptiness, dissatisfaction.


In therapy, you can work on accessing your real self, the real you. A process that, although challenging, can leave you enriched and may open up new channels in your life.


Litsa Mouka, MBACP (Accred)


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        Fully qualified counsellor and accredited member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists).


I want to make a difference in your life, help improve your wellbeing and quality of life.

I will work with you as a unique human being, try to understand your experience, and through establishing a good connection and trust help you achieve what you need.


I work with a wide range of clients, from those who simply wish to work on personal development, to those whose daily functioning has been severely impacted by mental health issues. 



experience your 



Exploring difficult experiences and uncomfortable emotions while having your feelings acknowledged can feel empowering.


Connecting with your anger

while using it productively

and constructively assert

yourself can be empowering.


Increasing your


and insight into your own

life and actions can

be empowering.


Therapy can help you to 

reconnect with your own power.