Alicia Willams-Allwood
Works with: Individuals
Sessions: Face-to-Face
Languages: English
Locations: Low Cost Tooting
Enhanced DBS Checked

Alicia Williams-Allwood

  • Anxiety
  • Self-Esteem
  • Bereavement & Loss
  • Trauma (Child & Adult)

Alicia Williams provides an authentic, empathic and non-judgemental environment. She is aware and understands that therapy can seem daunting, especially for those embarking on this journey for the very first time. She ensures clients are comfortable and reassured throughout to alleviate any anxiety. As an integrative practitioner, her core approaches are person-centred; relating to one’s self/image as well as psychodynamic; uncovering unconscious practices. Engulfed in warmth and unconditional positive regard, clients are put at ease during their exploration of self-discovery and awakening of self-awareness. Sessions are client-led, focusing on what clients bring into the room. Alicia has experience in childhood, self-image, shame, trauma and bereavement. Alicia has completed a course with the foundation of infant loss in pregnancy and infant loss.

Alicia has a background in community engagement, public health and wellbeing. She worked at a local authority for over 5 years and supported the COVID response exposing her to loneliness, anxiety and workplace issues to name a few. She played a pivotal role in an award-winning staff wellbeing programme that supported healthy work/life balance. Alongside emotion and stress management, her passion for diversity and inclusion are driving forces in her practice. She continues to advocate for positive change and inclusivity for all including BAME and LGBT+ communities. She is a firm believer of combating pain to locate your purpose.

Alicia is a registered student with the BACP, adhering to the organisation’s ethical framework. She works at The Awareness Centre’s low-cost counselling service in Tooting. Alicia is an integrative therapist, currently working towards a diploma in Therapeutic Counselling.

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