Kasha is currently working towards her diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling. Her approach to therapy is Person-Centered as well as Humanistic & Integrative, drawing on frameworks such as Transactional Analysis, Psychodynamics and Attachment Theory, integrated into a relational model. The relational model is central to her work with the client as it focuses on establishing a secure and trusting base for the working relationship where the client is supported to build and deepen their awareness about the nature and origins of their problems. By providing and maintaining a safe, non-judgmental, and confidential environment, Kasha can support the client to identify, understand and let go of their life script. Through the analysis of client’s life script, personality as well as their psychological games and way of communication Kasha will support the client to become empowered to take control of their life and to facilitate the personal change and growth.
Kasha has a background in Psychology. She has worked for a number of years at Autism and Intellectual Disability Specialist Services within community, residential and in-patient settings supporting clients with a range of complex needs and comorbidities including mental disorders and learning disabilities as well as those with the history of offending behaviour. She also has several specialist interest areas including complex Trauma and Bereavement, Personality Disorders, Relationship issues, Depression, Anxiety disorders, Self-esteem issues and Confidence.
As a student member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), Kasha abides by the Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy in her work with the client. Kasha is currently working as a counsellor in training at The Awareness Centre’s NHS Services in Wandsworth.