Åsa is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Adult Counselling Therapist. She has extensive experience working with young people, families, and adults in a variety of settings. Åsa is trained in talking therapy and creative therapies such as sand tray, art and play and she blends these techniques into one coherent working model.
A relational practitioner with an integrative approach that draws from developmental, humanistic and neuroscience modalities to facilitate her thinking around her clients’ individual needs in the clinical setting. Åsa puts primacy to the therapist – client relationship and works together with her clients to gain a deeper understanding of past and present experiences that may be impacting on their wellbeing. Åsa’s aim is to offer her clients a space where they are invited to explore their emotional needs and conflicts within a safe, warm, and acceptant setting.
Åsa is passionate about the welfare of young people and often works within a team to facilitate the best possible care for her clients. She has significant clinical experience in working with children and adults from diverse backgrounds who have experienced trauma, loss, and abuse.
Currently Åsa is a Lead Practitioner and Psychotherapist with Grief Encounter, a Bereavement Charity for Children and Families. She has set up a School Counselling and Mental Health Service that offers Counselling and Psycho-Educational Training to Parents, Members of Staff and Children. Åsa is a tutor at Terapia, a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Centre in London. She has a well-established Private Practise in North London where she works with adults and young people.
Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Parenting, Developmental trauma.
Adult Counselling. I work with a range of presenting issues including, developmental trauma, bereavement, self-harm, eating disorders, low self-esteem, anxiety, abuse and mood disorders.
MA Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, PGDip Therapeutic Adult Counsellor, Cert Attachment Theory