Asha is a person-centered and experiential psychotherapist. She supports adults experiencing a range of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma and helps individuals choosing to explore and embrace their unique identity located in race, gender, sexuality and neurodiversity.
Asha has gained a vast amount of experience as a therapist through clinically supervised practice, across private and charity counselling organisations.
Prior to, and during Asha’s training, she worked at a primary school supporting children with ADHD, Autism and Asperger’s. Asha has supported many pupils individually with emotions and behaviour. Passionate to share her learning in an educational setting. She created a group, inviting children to develop an emotional language and an accepting sense of self.
Asha engages with a variety of transtheoretical theory, research and experience to inform her way of working. She has a developing inquiry in collectivistic and individualistic perspectives.
Person Centred and Experiential
Level 7 – Post Graduate Diploma (Distinction) in Person Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy.
BSc (Hons) Psychology
MSc in Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy