Nicholas Jagels

Nicholas Jagels

Phone: 07890 320 661

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My work:

I provide a safe, gentle and non judgemental space to talk. As a humanistic integrative counsellor, I accept that as individuals we are all unique and have different needs when seeking therapy and support.  I believe that it is ultimately the relationship between the client and therapist that is fundamental for a trusting, understanding and safe therapeutic alliance and this allows for the opportunity to explore your feelings, emotions, relationships, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour.

Making the decision to approach therapy or counselling can be a positive step. It can help to gain a greater understanding to find the resources to make changes. It can also lead to self-discovery and self-awareness to live a more fulfilling life and to have more meaningful interpersonal relationships. You may be deciding to seek therapy because you are feeling low or in distress, or that you are confused with painful feelings that you do not understand, but you may also be coming from a place of curiosity. I am here to guide you through this process.

As a therapist, I strongly believe in the continuation of my professional and personal development. For a number of years, I volunteered at The Terrence Higgins Trust (THT), helping people living with or affected by HIV. Additionally, I volunteered at East London Out Project (ELOP) offering counselling to those who identified as LGBT. I am passionate about the benefits of counselling in exploring and understanding ourselves in both past and present relationships and the core of my work is always underpinned by the principles of empathy, congruence and unconditional positive regard. As a member of the BACP, I am bound by and adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy and receive regular supervision.

Training:

I have a Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling and I trained at CPPD London. The Advanced Diploma course was accredited by the BACP.

Professional Affiliations:

I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)

Code of Ethics:

I work within BACP’s Ethical Framework, which includes regular supervision of my work and a commitment to ongoing professional development.

Fees:

£65 per 50-minute session for individuals.

(some concessions are available)

£90 per 50-minute session for couples.

Appointments cancelled at less than 48 hrs notice are charged for.

If you arrive late for a session we will end at the scheduled time due to other clients’ appointments.