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“I am non-judgemental, open and empathic and believe these qualities make me an effective and desirable counsellor and psychotherapist. I aim to provide a personable space where clients feel like we are collaborating and working together on their issues and concerns. I value humour and informality in making therapy an enjoyable and pleasurable experience for both me and my clients. Psychotherapy is talking therapy that gives you the chance to explore yourself and your relationships.
Through talking with me I aim to safely guide you to reflect on deep-seated patterns in your thoughts and feelings, the goal of the work is to move towards a place of acceptance and healing.”
Naomi Magnus is an Existential Psychotherapist with extensive experience working with adults, young people and couples.
She has private therapy practices in both Finchley North London and Harley Street in Central London as well as offering home visits and online video sessions.
Naomi has over 10 years of experience working with a wide range of issues such as; anxiety, fear, OCD, panic attacks, depression, self-esteem, relationship problems, identity and gender, life changes, meaning, grief, sexuality, trauma and abuse.
Naomi conducted her qualifying research on motherhood and has a particular interest in working with mothers, fathers and parenting couples negotiating all aspects of the parenting journey from conception, through pregnancy and beyond.
Naomi also has extensive experience offering individual and relationship psychotherapy for clients with gender, sexuality or relationship diversities. She offers an approachable, friendly and informal space for clients to come and explore whatever they feel necessary.
Good talking therapy rests on the quality of the relationship you have with your therapist. Research has shown that regardless of the type of therapy a person receives, how they feel in the relationship with their therapist determines how successful the therapy is.
"With this in mind, I offer a personable and warm approach to psychotherapy where we work on what you bring together and in partnership. I value the human closeness that humour and informality bring to the therapeutic relationship and believe that true healing takes place through that type of connection."