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In response to Covid-19 and for the foreseeable future, I will continue to offer psychological therapy remotely using secure video calling platforms. This includes the provision of EMDR therapy.

About me

I am Sarah Eva. I am an experienced counsellor, CBT therapist and accredited EMDR practitioner. I provide a safe and confidential service to adults and adolescents.

I am based in the south east of England and continue to offer online therapy sessions during the Coronavirus outbreak. I work with a range of presenting difficulties from depression and anxiety, including OCD, to childhood trauma, including sexual abuse and complex PTSD.

I am an accredited BACP and EMDR therapist, and I draw from a range of evidence-based therapeutic models based on current and advanced interventions that I can personalise according to the unique needs of my clients.

I have been counselling since 2000 and supporting people emotionally for over 30 years. I have worked in the voluntary, educational, public and private sectors including Barnardo’s, Fegans and The Priory.

I am an approved counsellor for all major healthcare providers including AXA, CBT Clinics and Vitality.

About therapy

It can be difficult to seek therapy for ourselves or for the people we love. It is a courageous step requiring consideration and commitment. When we view our life events in self-negating ways, we can become psychologically stuck. We may avoid exciting challenges, stay in jobs where we are miserable, engage in unhelpful and problematic relationships, and pursue destructive patterns of behaviour. Often, we are so overwhelmed that we neglect to identify our strengths and competencies.

It is a fact of life that we will all experience difficulties. Throughout our lifespan, we will all encounter loss, fear, disappointment and distress. People who are important to us will die, leave us or behave badly. These experiences may leave us feeling hurt but the way that we process these painful but normal life events may further exacerbate our emotional distress. The good news is that there is much research to confirm that an empathic and effective counselling experience can alleviate and resolve this unnecessary distress.