Somatic Experiencing and Counselling therapy for North London, St John's Wood, Kilburn and HampsteadTranquil talk was better than any medicine;
Gradually the feelings came back to my numb heart.
I AM CURRENTLY ON SABBATICAL AND NOT TAKING ON NEW CLIENTS AT THE MOMENT.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in this website. My name is Louis Heyse-Moore (that's me in the picture) and I work as a somatic experiencing practitioner (SEP) and counsellor in North London offering somatic experiencing and counselling therapy within easy reach of St John's Wood, Kilburn, Notting Hill, Queen's Park, Swiss Cottage,Primrose Hill and Hampstead. The quotation above reminds me of just how important talking is in helping us to make sense of our lives and, where needed, to heal ourselves. Sometimes we encounter problems or crises that are difficult or painful to talk about. This is where counselling and psychotherapy can be useful in providing an environment that is confidential, safe, respectful, non-judgemental and unhurried, a place where you can explore the issues you wish to bring at your pace.
As a trained counsellor, I am experienced in working with people with anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, relationship difficulties and bereavement.
The following pages will tell you something more about the North London counselling therapy service I provide:
- Why might you choose counselling?
- What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy and how can they help?
- About me - my biography, qualifications and what I offer
- Contacting me to make an appointment
- Frequently asked questions
If you are looking for counselling therapy within the North London area, then I would invite you to contact me on 07711 421545 so that we can discuss your needs in confidence. I am a qualified counsellor and easily accessible from the areas of St John's Wood, Kilburn, Notting Hill, Queen's Park, Swiss Cottage, Primrose Hill and Hampstead.
And the day came when the risk (it took) to remain tight in the bud
was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. (Anais Nin)