English, Arabic, Kurdish (Sorani dialect)
Anger, Bereavement, Depression, Relationships, Self-Harm
As an integrative Counsellor Dilnia Noori uses Psychodynamic principles, incorporating Person-Centred, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and many other creative therapies in her work. She has experience in counselling within the Health services and other primary care settings. Dilinia works with adults on a 1:1 basis, offering short term or longer, open-ended support.
The prospect of talking to a stranger about your problems in living can be quite daunting. However this could be a turning point in your life. During sessions Dilnia works with her client to explore issues in depth, making meaning of difficult feelings and patterns and how it may be a call for change and transformation. Her aim is to foster a positive and honest therapeutic relationship, an experience, which you can take, forward and improve your relationships on the outside.
If you are at a crossroads in life, therapy is a place to explore your options in a safe and contained environment. Sometimes there’s no ‘win-win’, so we must chose albeit with regret. Dilnia can offer support as you come to terms with change and adjustment. Sit with someone who can hear what might seem unspeakable, and who can consider what might seem unthinkable, with you. It is a confidential service.
Dilnia provides a confidential, safe, non-judgmental space to explore what may be contributing to your current difficulties providing you with an opportunity to gain another perspective and explore other options and ways of managing your issues. She is able to assist with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, anger, self esteem, disappointment, confusion, trauma, abuse, eating disorder, guilt and shame, addiction, issues with work and communication, redundancy and unemployment and bereavement. She is a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).