Lindsey Reeman is a qualified Counsellor with a diploma in Humanistic Counselling and a degree in Reflective Therapeutic Practice. She is a registered member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and works within their ethical framework. She works in private practice at The Awareness Centre’s Clapham branch.
Life brings us many different challenges, and whether a client comes to explore a specific issue or because they would like to understand themselves better, Lindsey seeks to build a safe, trusting and empathic relationship in which clients can process difficult or painful feelings, at their own pace. With the Person-Centred approach at the foundation of her work, she practises in a fundamentally optimistic, non-judgmental way which is individual to each client, to help them focus on their capacity for self-awareness and autonomy: “being all that you can be”. She aims to help clients by encouraging them to recognise their inner resources and strengths, and to support their emotional well-being.
Lindsey comes from a creative background and in addition to practising as a counsellor, is a freelance florist. She feels that she can contribute some of the understanding and learning that her own life experiences have brought her, to her counselling practice. Lindsey has a special interest in eating disorders and body image, and experience with working with young people: she is currently a Student Counsellor in two London Colleges.
Lindsey works in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Clapham.