Aasma Mohammad-Smith

Aasma Mohammad-Smith

Psychodynamic Counsellor

Aasma offers counselling face-to-face, by phone and via Skype.

Aasma is an experienced Psychodynamic Counsellor offering individual counselling.  She provides a safe, non-judgemental space where you can talk freely about your issues. She believes a trusting, genuine therapeutic relationship can play an important part when facilitating change.  She will offer you a space to grow, develop your self-awareness and consider insights which may help you cope with the difficulties and challenges life throws our way.

Psychodynamic therapy can help you disentangle deep rooted thoughts and emotions that could be holding you back in life. By making the unconscious elements of your life a part of your present experience, psychodynamic therapy can help you understand how behaviour and frame of mind can influence unresolved issues.

Over the years Aasma has worked with a range of clients at different life stages, from adolescents to the elderly. She also has experience in working with Alzheimer’s.  Some of the issues Aasma has worked with include:

  • Self-harm/suicidal thoughts
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Eating disorders
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Anger
  • Work related issues
  • Trauma
  • Sexuality
  • Family issues
  • Faith conflict

Aasma offers counselling in English and Punjabi. She has a Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling (2015) from The Garnethill Centre.  She is a Registered member of BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and is bound by and adheres to their Codes of Ethics. She has been in supervised counselling practice since April 2013. Aasma is a Registered member of the PVG (Protection of Vulnerable Groups) scheme run by Disclosure Scotland, for adults and children. She has undertaken Suicide intervention and awareness training and Child safety training

Professional Memberships

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Book your appointment with Aasma

Sessions last 50 minutes and cost £45.

Visit Aasma’s website here.