English, Pidgin English, French
- Works with:
Abuse, Bereavement & Loss, Relationships, Trauma
Constance Ojong (Connie) is working towards a Doctorate in Integrative Counselling Psychology & Psychotherapy. As an integrative therapist, she recognises that therapy works better when the approach is best suited to the client’s individual needs.
Connie may draw from psychodynamic, systemic, person centred, cognitive behavioural (CBT), transpersonal and other relevant approaches to help clients overcome unhealthy patterns. She seeks to provide a safe, supportive and compassionate space where clients can feel encouraged to explore and unlock feelings, thoughts and ways of relating to the self and others that may be causing pain. She believes that each person is unique, worthy and gifted with an infinite potential for growth and happiness. Her aim is to help clients to know, accept and love themselves and to tap into their inner strengths for a fuller and more satisfying life.
With a background in child and family social works, Connie has experience in early trauma; parenting, abuse, separation and loss, relationship, mental illness, infertility, adoption and cultural identity issues. She appreciates that unresolved issues may lead to more complex life and relationship issues. She is committed to a mutually respectful and unconditional therapist-client relationship in enabling a person to function from a place of loving kindness and compassion to the self and others.
She has a particular experience in working with trauma, abuse, relationships, depression, anxiety, loss, guilt and shame, bereavement and intrusive thoughts.