My name is Nick Wolfe and I am a professional accredited CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) counsellor. My practice is specifically REBT but I also use other different approaches when the situation demands it.
I am able to offer a limited number of sessions at concessionary rates .
In addition, I cover Addiction/Substance Abuse therapy each week for the NHS, specifically with the Camden & Islington NHS Trust.
It was my own experience of therapies, most types, that led me to where I am now. I suffered a major Life Changing accident 11 years ago and underwent short and long term therapy, covering Psychodynamic, Person Centred and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). I had to deal with PTSD and resulting Depression. CBT counselling, particularly REBT was for me, a life saver and now I wish to pass this onto others
If you are finding life a bit tough or you feel that a little help could be useful to you please get in touch –
It’s good to talk
What I do is a proven and scientific method of counselling.I place much emphasis on the present – The Here And Now – on currently held beliefs and attitudes, painful emotions, and maladaptive/dysfunctional behaviours. Its these behaviours and resulting emotions that can sabotage a fuller experience of life. I show people how to overcome problems and how to implement healthy and realistic alternatives to current psychological patterns
We are all fallible human beings
We are London’s London’s premier centre for (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) CBT therapy. I am sure we can help you with whatever issues you are struggling with, whether it be Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Social Issues, Low Self-esteem.
Sessions Now available ONLINE via Zoom Skype or What’s App
With the ever changing landscape we now find ourselves in, currently all face to face sessions are suspended, however I offer Online sessions via Skype. Don’t let the current situation overwhelm you. I do online sessions anyway for some clients on a regular basis so why not get in touch.
We all live exceedingly busy lives and it seems to be getting even busier, so I think it was inevitable that, like many other things in our life, Therapy has moved online using Skype or other similar tools.
Face to face counselling may be one of the more recognised forms of treatment, but there are many forms of therapy and many different types. Counselling is totally individual and what works for one person, may not work for you. Whether you have tried face to face counselling and it wasn’t what you were after, or there are other reasons as to why you’d like to try another way, know that there are options.
Therapy is available over the phone, Whats App or Skype. The sessions work in exactly the same way as traditional counselling and session format also follows the same as face to face counselling
Want to know more?
What is CBT/REBT
What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) or specifically, REBT. Albet Ellis developed the principle of REBT in the 50’s. He was an American psychologist. It was the first form of cognitive behaviour therapy. It is a practical and action-oriented approach for dealing with emotional, cognitive and behavioural problems. Its aim is to improve psychological wellbeing and personal growth.REBT is based on the theory of human nature: everyone has basic goals in life, such as to work, to learn, to love, to enjoy life, but we often experience adversities (e.g. rejection, failure, discomfort) that thwart our goals. Read MOre
The Counselling Process
“The counselling process using REBT helps clients to replace absolutist philosophies, full of ‘musts’ and ‘shoulds’, with more flexible ones. Part of this includes learning to accept that all human beings (including themselves) are fallible and learning to increase their tolerance for frustration while aiming to achieve their goals.Although emphasizing the same ‘core conditions’ as person-centred counselling — namely, empathy, unconditional positive regard, and counsellor genuineness — in the counselling relationship, REBT views these conditions as neither necessary nor sufficient for therapeutic change to occur, during the counselling process. Read more
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