Ruxandra Anghel has a client-focused approach in her practice, guiding and encouraging her clients in developing independence and in developing their best potential for a more fulfilling life. She offers a supportive space where clients can feel free to have an open conversation about any topics that they would choose to discuss. Ruxandra might use CBT, mindfulness and person centred techniques in her practice, her main approach being existential. That means that she will encourage her clients to explore their own experiences, reflect upon their individuality and the meaning of their experiences.
Ruxandra is developing her second career in Psychology, after a successful career in Communications. She is currently training as an existential psychotherapist, undertaking a doctoral programme in psychotherapy at the NSPC. Ruxandra has extensive work experience in international work environments, being passionate about making a difference, leadership and creating social campaigns. Ruxandra has worked as a copywriter, strategist, project manager, senior mentor, medic interpreter, Childline school service volunteer. In Psychology, she has experience working in clinical settings as a brain injury rehabilitation assistant. She is also a psychology teaching fellow in academia and she is the founder of a wellbeing programme for students.
Ruxandra is a trainee counselling psychologist, member of the BPS and BACP. Her therapeutic approach is existential, focusing on individual experiences, choice and personal responsibility and the meaning life experiences have for the clients. Ruxandra is working towards a Doctorate in Existential Psychotherapy. She sees patients at the Hurley Clinic in Lambeth for The Awareness Centre’s NHS counselling service and offers therapy in English and Romanian.