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Ronke Adeyemi provides a safe, empathetic and confidential space in which client feeling and thought can be explored without prejudice. She believes that all clients are unique; as a result, collaboratively works with client to draws on suitable approach from her integrative model, to provide a person-centred support for individual experiencing feelings of dissatisfaction about life, to facilitate positive change. She also uses CBT, MSC to identify negative thoughts and behavioural patterns in improve client’s state of mind, also uses psychodynamic approach to work on the unconscious and early life experience.
As a registered childcare practitioner, concurrently works voluntarily with a charity organisation supporting victims of domestic abuse and having years working experience with adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues, Ronke has gained ample understanding of how unconscious formation through family and cultural context can conflict the reality of the social world, she has developed a strong professional ability to handle difficult cultural issues. She is passionate to support clients to identify the restraining force that hinders them to achieving their potentials, while enabling individuals to gain confidence to live happy and fulfilling life. She specialises in Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement and Domestic abuse.
Ronke has a Post Graduate Diploma in integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, working private practice in Orpington. She is also in completion of Master degree. She is a registered member of BACP. Her other qualifications: certificate in Mindfulness.