Counselling


Anjum Mughal

Anjum Mughal

Over the years I have had the honour of working with many different people presenting with a vast array of problems and struggles. I started working as a counsellor at Drug & Alcohol agencies {Ethnic Alcohol Counselling Harrow & Brent (EACH) & Southall Alcohol Advisory Service (SAAS) and joined NHS Brent as a counsellor for the PMS for Refugees and Homeless in 2004. I have been providing a counselling service at CHC and Pound Lane Hostel since 2002.


I hold a Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy and started practising as a counsellor in 1997. As an Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and registered member of United Kingdom Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapy (UKCP), I work in accordance with their guidelines for ethics and good practice.


I have had considerable experience of working with people who have had negative childhood experiences, suffer from depression, anxiety, loss, low self esteem and been experiencing a lack of meaning in their lives. Unwanted behaviours/concepts which are no longer useful can be changed, if we can feel empowered and confident enough to make positive life choices.


My learning is an on going process and integral to my commitment to my career and work. I am ‘Person Centred’ but work ‘Integratively’ which enables me to provide counselling, using a range of cross-theory interventions and models. I have acquired further specialistic knowledge, across a range of counselling models and techniques by attending hands-on workshops, seminars and undertaking experiential work and further short training courses

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