Private Clinical Psychologist, Harlow (on Herts and Essex border) and Online

 

Hope Psychology Service

Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future - Robert H Schuller

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Welcome!

Hello, my name is Elena and I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of post-qualification experience, with a particular focus on adults and older adults. I feel privileged to work as a clinical psychologist to help people to find the resources within themselves to work through life’s inevitable struggles and to thrive.


I have a special interest in working with issues around acute and chronic illness, chronic pain, life transitions, identity and trauma. I am also experienced in working with anxiety, phobias, depression, loss, bereavement, body image issues, suicidal ideation, stress, carer issues, working with conflict, low self-esteem and low confidence.


Mental and physical health difficulties can have profound effects on us directly, those that are close to us, and on our relationships with others, and I believe strongly that to look after and care for others, we need to care for ourselves.  I welcome referrals from  partners and relatives of those directly affected by physical or mental difficulties.

I work in a compassionate, non-blaming and collaborative way, helping people to identify and give voice to what truly matters to them, and empowering them to move forward meaningfully, becoming the compassionate experts in how to live their own lives.

 
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Contact Me


PLEASE NOTE:

I do not currently have availability for new clients, but can hold you on a waiting list for when an appointment becomes availalble.   I anticipate having some availability by later October or November 2022

My phone and email (where contact information will be sent to) are not monitored during annual leave, evenings and weekends. 

Moot House, Harlow, Essex and Online

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Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear.  If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear hardship today - Tich Nhat Hanh