Anxiety, Bereavement & Loss, Depression, Relationships
Jacqueline Murungi is a counsellor who has an experience of working with clients of different background and races who are experiencing loss, miscarriage, stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, suicide, trauma, anger, relationship difficulties. She allows the clients to explore and reflect on their feeling, behaviour patterns, beliefs, and thoughts in a person centred way so as to facilitate the clients to understand, think things through, awaken consciousness and find meaning and solutions to their situations and experiences.
Jacqueline’s training stems from working in counselling organisations such as NHS GP practices, educational institutions and charitable organisations such as the Samaritans. Her MSc in Psychotherapy and Counselling continues to offer her invaluable training and knowledge of different therapeutic modalities, which she integrates in her practice. She works in a non-judgemental way and accepts the client wholly and facilitates a therapeutic relationship where trust can be established so the client can feel free to speak about anything without the fear of prejudice or rejection. Jacqueline works professionally and in a confidential and an ethical way that adheres to the framework of Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
“The possibility of encountering one’s reality, learning about one’s self – can be frightening and frustrating. Many people expect to discover the worst. A hidden fear lies in the fact that they may also discover the best.
It is only when we have the courage to face things exactly as they are, without self deception or illusion, that a light will develop out of events, by which path to success may be recognized.” I Ching