Karina Nemcova

UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist

About me

Welcome to my profile.
My name is Karina, I am a counsellor and psychotherapist with seven years experience of working with clients in London.
I have worked therapeutically with people presenting with various difficulties in their lives, including, anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. I work with clients in various settings including charities, the NHS, the public sector and private practice.
There are many challenges of being a human in the contemporary world, and using a Gestalt framework, I aim to use my personal and professional experience to meet you as another human being so that we can work together to make sense of the issues you are facing and creatively search for solutions.
I believe that every person has the answers already within themselves, and I see my role as supporting you to access them so you can continue doing so after therapy ends.
Personal awareness and growth is my priority and to be able to assist you in your own growth would be a great privilege.

Training and qualification

MSc Gestalt Psychotherapy (2017) Metanoia Institute, London, UK
Counselling for Depression 2017
Certificate in Couples Counselling (2016) Relational Academy, Cambridge, UK
Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (2014) Metanoia Institute, London, UK
MA Psychology (2003) UMCS, Lublin, Poland

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Contact details

Phone number: 07538681839
Email: gestalt.therapy.london@gmail.com
Website http://www.gestalt-therapy-london.co.uk

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Although Therapport Limited, the owner of the practice, is thorough in checking the qualifications, insurance and professional registration of each of our practitioners, the relationship is ultimately between the client and the practitioner themselves. Therapport Limited provides space for clinicians and is not responsible for the clinical work they provide. Karina Nemcova is a UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist, therefore the complaints should be direct to United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.