PG Dip Psychosynthesis Counselling, MBACP
Nadia Duggal holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling from the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust in London, which is validated by the University of East London and BACP Accredited. She is an experienced and intuitive counsellor with a background that covers a range of theoretical models. She has helped clients with depression, postnatal depression, anxiety, domestic violence, trauma, abuse, body image, eating disorders, addictions, relationship, career development, cultural identity and family concerns and many other issues.
With an early background working for large multinational corporations, Nadia has an understanding of the stresses that effect everyday London living and has herself made a journey of self-exploration to facilitate her heartfelt desire for ‘something more’ in life.
Nadia is also a fully qualified 200YTT Yoga Teacher certified with the Yoga Alliance. She is able to work with Yoga Asana, Philosophy, Meditation and Breath Work in a therapeutic context, as an alternative method of working through anxiety and stress.
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What is Psychosynthesis?
Psychosynthesis is a talking therapy developed in 1909 by Roberto Assagioli, M.D. an Italian psychiatrist.
It borrows its central beliefs from Eastern philosophy and Western psychology and believes in exploring the parts of ourselves that are in conflict with each other. By doing so the internal blocks that hold us back can be better understood.
Psychosynthesis recognises the need for understanding one’s deepest callings and directions in life  through exploring the past, present and future.
Psychosynthesis uses Transpersonal, Humanistic and Person-centred models at its heart. It is also inclusive of many other psychological models and this is something that is evident in my work.
I use a range of theraputic techniques in my work with clients, depending on the particular concern; including mindfulness meditation practice, guided imagery, free drawing and Gestalt work.
I consider all problems and life stories to be unique to each person. Therefore I try to get a good understanding of these ‘sacred stories’ so that I may guide you in a way that is as equally as unique as you are.
I am fully insured and a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the Black and Asian Therapists Network (BAATN) and adhere to the BACP Ethical frameworks.
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