Sessions last 50 mins and cost £50 for individuals, £60 for couples and £45 for children and young people.
Fazila offers a free telephone consultation prior to any appointment and would be happy to find out more about you and discuss any concerns you may have.
Fazila offers face-to-face and online counselling.
Fazila is an Integrative Relationship Counsellor who works with:
- Family Dyads (Parent-child units/sibling units who are over the age of 18)
- Individuals and
- Children (aged 5 to 12 years)
Fazila’s work is underpinned by psychodynamic, systemic and attachment-based principles. She therefore considers a client’s personal, relationship and family history, cultural background as well as their current context within the therapeutic process. Working in a warm, gentle, and balanced way and with the client’s objectives in mind is key in Fazila’s approach. She utilises varied theoretical lenses, psychoeducational material, reflection, and sometimes creative approaches to help clients find greater clarity on their concerns, build self-awareness, and strengthen or develop new coping mechanisms.
Fazila has a strong awareness and knowledge of attachment trauma and complex trauma which guides her work. She also has interest in the lived experience of families living with children with additional support needs as well as relationships affected by additional support needs and this is also something that informs her work.
Fazila works with a range of issues including:
- Communication Issues
- Interpersonal and relationship difficulties
- Attachment trauma
- Infidelity (including virtual infidelity)
- Betrayal trauma
- Anxiety, depression and low mood
- Life transitions
- Relationship Maintenance
Training and experience
Fazila holds a BA (Hons) in Psychology, an MA in Research Psychology, a Diploma in Integrative Relationship Counselling and a certificate in Children and Young People Counselling. Fazila has additional training in infertility counselling through BICA, anger management coaching, trauma informed practice, solution focused counselling and internal family systems. She has also attended Adoption UK’s Insights and Strategies training and this, alongside her work experience, brings added insight on adoptive parenting. She has experience of providing counselling in a school setting with primary school children and brings this experience with her.
Fazila is a member of BACP and adheres to their code of ethics.
Visit Fazila’s website Here.