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. She works with people from all walks of life and has a special interest in eating disorders, and experience with working with young people.
Lindsey works in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Clapham.