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About Sabu Bhugobaun, Psychotherapist/Counsellor
MA Psychotherapy, Dip. Psychotherapy, Dip. Counselling, Adv Cert. Counselling Skills. I help people who are suffering from all kinds of issues. I help people befriend their inner world, feel their feelings, and come to a new understanding of who they are, what they stand for, and how this might take expression in the world. I am trained to the standards of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and accredited with the Association of Psychospiritual Practitioners. I have 19 years of clinical experience providing highly effective support to adults for a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, abuse, trauma and PTSD, eating disorders, addictive behaviour, anger, childhood related issues, relationship issues, bereavement, mid life crisis, and more. I believe in the strength of the supportive therapeutic relationship to facilitate growth and healing. My core model is Integrative Psychosynthesis which includes aspects of many other therapeutic modalities. I also teach mindfulness to clients who wish to learn, and I run Mindfulness courses. Call 020 8780 9449 for a preliminary chat or email email@example.com. Or visit my website. http://putneycounsellingandpsychotherapy.co.uk/
Lovely little meditation, thank you. Even though I teach, I very much appreciate being guided too. Loved the simplicity of it.
Thank you for this. Thank you for your honesty and your boldness. I work with ED sufferers from time to time. And if they come to a point where they're willing to feel their f...
Food for thought indeed! Thanks Brian. Makes me think of the implications in the process of individuation.
Loved it! Thank you.
Hi Carol, My name is Sabu. It was nice to read your blog and see that lovely picture of Gaia House; it's like reacquainting with an old and beloved friend. I used to go there on a regular basis....
Hi Christine, thank you for your comment. I am glad you found it helpful; and it is helpful for me to know that it connects.
Thank you Simon. That's an excellent point and helps the therapist to let go of their agenda of what the work 'should' look like. I have noticed that there are tears that help to release sufferi...