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162 Acre Lane, SW2 5UL
Mon-Fri 9 am - 10 pm | Sat-Sun 10 am - 6 pm

Lesley Berliand

Lesley is a BACP trainee psychotherapist, preparing for her clinical exams (Diploma and CTA) and working towards her MSc.

People come to therapy for a variety of reasons: sometimes they are struggling to cope with the stresses of everyday life, feeling lost or empty, sometimes a specific event has made them realise a change is needed but they can’t see how things could be any other way, or perhaps they are noticing certain negative patterns in their lifestyle that they can’t seem to break. Sometimes the signs of mental or emotional distress are obvious. But at other times, they are harder to pinpoint. This is where therapy can help.

Using Transactional Analysis, Lesley helps clients change restrictive patterns, perceptions and beliefs that underpin depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career issues, conflict/anger issues, low self-esteem and other issues that bring people to therapy. Lesley believes awareness is the first step towards giving you the tools to gain new perspectives, find acceptance and discover patterns of behaviour and their underlying causes. She works hard to help you find new practical and emotional strategies, to provide future resilience and a renewed zest for life.

Lesley will outline how the therapeutic relationship works during your first session so that you feel comfortable with the process. She provides you with a safe, non-judgmental place to talk about your experiences, explore your options, and develop the skills to handle various life challenges.

Lesley is registered with both UKATA and BACP.

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