|Locations:||TAC Clapham, Ealing|
Sarah Dosanjh is a qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor, completing her four-year clinical training in Transactional Analysis psychotherapy. She has a particular interest in working with disordered eating and other compulsive behaviours and addictions.
She offers face-to-face counselling and psychotherapy for individuals, practicing a humanistic approach to counselling and therapy. This means you are the most important person in the room. It also means that therapy is not a one-box-fits-all experience – every person is unique, with different strengths and struggles. It’s not about the therapist’s agenda, or others’ expectations of you. Rather, it’s about collaborating with you and helping you forge your own path, so you can feel empowered to make your own choices and have the life experiences you want.
Her philosophy is everybody is capable of change and has the capacity to make choices for themselves. Therapy provides a supportive, non-judgmental environment to explore the changes you wish to make and raise awareness of the parts of yourself which lead you into self sabotage.
Sarah’s background includes seven years of working with prolific offenders in prison throughout the UK. She is a counsellor and assessor with Cruse Bereavement Care and an associate at private eating disorder clinic.
Sarah works in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Clapham.