Agatha is a qualified Integrative and Psychosexual & Relationship Psychotherapist with MSc in Philosophy and Social Science and a University Certificate in Psychology. An accredited member of the British Association for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BACP), registered member of the College for Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), professional member of the Association of Neurolinguistic Programming (ANLP) and is one of LCC’S external supervisors working with psychotherapy trainees and qualified therapists.

Being an integrative psychotherapist means Agatha uses a range of different approaches to work with a broad diversity of her clients. A strong believer that everyone is distinctively different and possesses their own unique quirks, makes her apply the pluralistic modality when creating a bespoke therapeutic experience for each person.

At the beginning of her therapeutic career Agatha trained and volunteered for Cruse Bereavement Centre, dealing with loss, sudden loss and trauma, and was closely involved in supporting the victims of Grenfell Tower and other major incidents in London and neighbouring areas. She also enjoyed her time volunteering as a children’s counsellor at primary school in one of London’s most deprived areas where her clients were as little as 4 years old.

Following her graduation Agatha joined a private practice at Marble Arch and Marylebone where she was seeing a variety of clients, couples and groups before moving to the South West, where she currently works from, although she is also extensively seeing wordwide clients online. Additionally, Agatha specialises in working with mothers and daughters (separately or together) that experience conflict and difficulty in their relationships.

As a practitioner Agatha upholds non-judgemental and highly supportive, yet challenging and empowering therapeutic processes embracing difference and encouraging self-growth and positive change. Before embarking on a therapeutic career Agatha spent some years in financial services and then made one of her childhood dreams come true by becoming a police woman, time which she remembers with fondness and believes these often harsh experiences shaped her and helped her become a very capable and skillful practitioner.

Training, Qualifications and Experience:

  • MSc Philosophy & Social Science – University of Silesia, Poland
  • Certificate in Psychology (Developmental & Social Psychology) – University of Derby
  • Certificates and Counselling Skills and Studies (Person Centred) Level 2, Level 3 (2 years) – Highlands College, Jersey
  • Certificate in Drugs & Substance Misuse, Level 2 – Highlands College, Jersey
  • Working with Autism and with people on the autistic spectrum – Autism Jersey
  • Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, (Psychodynamic, CBT, Integrative) Level 4 (2 Years) – CPTA, Counselling & Psychotherapy Training Academy, London
  • PgDip Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, Level 7 (2 Years) – LDPRT London, endorsed by Middlesex University
  • Group Facilitator Training – Gestalt Training Centre, London
  • Certificate in Clinical Supervision – The Northern Guild Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy Training Centre
  • Diploma in Clinical Supervision – (Ongoing) The Northern Guild Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy Training Centre
  • Certificate in Mother-Daughter Coaching – Rosjke Hasseldine Training Centre

Agatha can help with:

Anger Management

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Compulsive Behaviours and Dependency

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Insomnia and Sleep Issues

CBTi is designed to understand the client holistically, and all of the problems which may be contributing to their insomnia.


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Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure. Pressure turns into stress when you feel [...]


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