John Koshy seeks to provide a safe, empathetic space – free from judgement – where clients feel safe enough to explore thoughts, fears, feelings, or behaviours that are troubling them, or that are causing them difficulties.
His personal belief is that as human beings, we possess an innate instinct and ability to heal themselves sand move forwards in their lives. Sadly, we also possess a tendency to carry forward obstacles from our pasts, be they fears, patterns of relating to others, or issues such as self-esteem. These issues can block our paths in away that is hard to see and understand. John feels that his task as a therapist is to help to illuminate these obstacles so that clients are freed to move forward in their lives, to a more authentic, creative, and ultimately more fulfilling destiny.
John has always felt a deep interest in what can be described as the “human condition” – the issues that seem familiar to many of us, such as low self-esteem, difficulties in relationships, and the sense that we are “stuck” in our lives.
John has a personal interest in working with clients from sexual minority communities (such as the LGBT+/Poly/Kink communities) as well as clients with chronic illness.
John is a psychodynamic practitioner with a Master’s Degree in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He is a registered member of the BACP.