If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationship, I am here to offer confidential, bespoke counselling and couple therapy in Pinner, Harrow and online. Having spent over 25 years working with couples – married, living together, separated, and of diverse sexual orientations, I understand that each relationship is unique and requires a personalised approach. Together we will devise a personalised plan that enables you to improve the quality of your relationships and the quality of your life.
Keep reading for a full overview of the different ways I provide counselling and couple therapy in Pinner, Harrow and online.
You might turn to couple therapy for many different reasons. Perhaps you are falling into the same arguments repeatedly or feel yourselves drifting apart. Couple therapy gives you a peaceful, safe space where you can speak freely about these issues and not feel judged.
In a way that is comfortable for you, we will explore your difficulties and look at how past experiences may influence your current relationship dynamic. A better understanding of each other helps improve communication, reduce conflict, and rebuild trust.
I am also here to provide specialist premarital counselling. Many couples welcome a safe space in which to think about the commitment they are making and to iron out differences ahead of time.
Parenting can change the dynamic between a couple, and I have considerable experience helping people navigate this. Many couples differ over parenting styles which can cause resentment and create distance. We will explore these differences in a safe, respectful environment, working to foster improved understanding on both sides.
I am currently undertaking further specialist training in Psychosexual Therapy and often help couples struggling with intimacy and physical affection. Sometimes it can feel difficult to discuss these issues but sharing in a safe and confidential space can help you reconnect.
Supporting you to explore your thoughts and feelings, and promoting warmth and closeness is an important part of our work.
Are you experiencing relationship issues and think you would benefit from counselling and couples therapy in Pinner, Harrow and online? If so, feel free to get in touch and we will arrange your first session at a time that is convenient for you.
Beverley Ezekiel Counselling and Relationship Therapy Practice
Beverley Ezekiel Counselling and Relationship Therapy Practice, referred to below as the " Practice", is committed to protecting your privacy.
When you request counselling with the Practice, you will be asked to consent to the processing of your data under the terms of this policy.
What information does the practice collect?
Counselling/Therapy appointment booking– This can be done online or over the phone. This involves providing your name, telephone number, email address and details of your availability for appointments. You may also decide to offer information about your current issues.
Initial Assessment Appointment– At an initial appointment you will be asked about your current personal, social, employment and health circumstances. You will also be asked about your background and family history, as well as the issues which are affecting you now. This information is required in order to decide about the help that is needed and to manage the therapeutic service offered to you.
Ongoing counselling/therapy appointments-Further information about your background and circumstances may be provided as part of the ongoing therapeutic process.
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What is the information used for?
1)To provide you with the professional counselling/therapy service requested.
2)To administer the service including arranging suitable appointments and fee payment.
What information is shared?
Information about you will not be shared with other organisations or people, unless:
Consent – You have requested or agreed that information may be shared with health, social care professionals or others.
Serious harm – There is reason to believe that sharing information with relevant authorities may prevent or stop serious harm being caused to you, another person or the public.
Compliance with law – If required by law, your information may be shared.
How is your information kept safe?
All information you provide is stored as securely as possible. All written notes and correspondence are kept in locked filing cabinets on the premises.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is never completely secure. Although best efforts will be made to protect your information the security of your data transmitted via email cannot be guaranteed. Any transmission is at your own risk. Once your information has been received, all reasonable steps will be taken to prevent unauthorised access.
Client notes and other documentation are destroyed as confidential waste, 6 years after the end of counselling.
You have the right to ask for a copy of your information. You also have the right to require the correction of any inaccuracies in your information. If you would like to do this, please email the Practice to request this.
You may withdraw your consent for the Practice to hold and process your data at any time. Please note that if you do withdraw your consent while receiving counselling/therapy at this practice, it would not be possible to continue to provide you with a therapeutic service.
You can withdraw your consent by contacting the Practice via email.
Changes to this policy
This policy may be reviewed from time to time. If any substantial changes are made, these will be communicated via this website.