Anita Hobbs Counselling and Therapy for South and West London

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Counselling and Therapy for South and West London.

May I extend a warm welcome to my website. I am an experienced counsellor and relationship therapist based in Isleworth, covering South and West London.
I am within easy reach of Brentford, Chiswick, Ealing, Hanwell, Hounslow, Isleworth, Kew, Osterly, Northfields, Richmond, Teddington and Twickenham.

I also offer counselling supervision.

Since 1981 I have offered a professional and confidential counselling service and today my work is split between individuals, couples and psychosexual therapy clients. Please visit my About Me page for full details of my Qualifications.

"Therapy is about the relationship people make... counselling offers you the support you need and a quiet place in order to make sense of your thoughts and feelings and make the right choices for yourself."


Does life feel too stressful?

Are you experiencing difficulties within a relationship?

Maybe life is getting on top of you and you just need some quiet space to explore your thoughts and feelings in a calm place?


This is a time when counselling and therapy may help restore perspective to life with all of its potential. Maybe now the time is right for you to take The First Step.



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Where I Can Help


You may be experiencing difficulty
with any of the following:

  • Relationship issues
  • Divorce
  • Sexual abuse
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Loss
  • Trauma

Counselling can help you make sense of your life and experiences. Sometimes you need help to be able to make decisions that will enable you to make changes within your life, and move forward more positively. It is part of the human condition to doubt our own abilities and working with a counsellor may help you to understand yourself better.



Location

My work as a counsellor and relationship therapist takes place in Isleworth easily accessible for South and West London
You can find more details on my location and finding me here: Location

If you feel the time is right for you,
then please don't hesitate to contact me on
07957 161908 or
Click here to email me


I always offer my clients a first appointment, which is paid for at the time, and then there is no obligation to feel that you must continue counselling with me. At the end of this initial appointment I ask you to go away and consider whether we can work together in a harmonious relationship which will address your needs. If after thought you feel that to be the case, then our work continues from that point.

You can find out more about my opening times Here

I also offer Counselling Supervision so please contact me if you would like more information about this aspect of my work.



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What is EFT and can it help me?

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©EFT is a tapping therapy, based upon traditional acupressure and acupuncture techniques.
It allows people to sooth troubling feelings themselves by tapping upon acupuncture and acupressure points on their body.
This self tapping technique allows people to access and use these pressure points in their daily lives when they feel they need relief from physical or mental symptoms arising in their body or mind.


What does EFT stand for?

EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique.


When is EFT used?

I advise the use of EFT for my clients who want help to manage feeling or emotions that threaten to overwhelm them during their daily life. These are feelings or emotions such as longings or cravings due to addictions or compulsive behaviours.

Used promptly, this technique can intervene or interrupt longings or cravings, and give short term relief from these types of feelings and emotions. EFT can help people to break up and manage these strong feelings in their body while they are changing harmful habits which seem irresistible.

This is useful for people with addictions or compulsive behaviours such as:

  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Food
  • Gambling
  • Pornography


    What is the difference between EFT and EMDR?

    It is easy to confuse EFT with EMDR, they sound almost the same and they are both known as tapping therapies.
    Although EFT and EMDR sound similar, they are unrelated and separate techniques and I use them in different situations with my clients.

    For information on what EMDR is and how it may help you please Click Here


    What happens when EFT doesn't or isn't working?

    EFT may not work for you because of a range reasons- read the rest if the article On The Blog

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