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"Emotions are like a fizzy drink in a bottle. Most commonly, whenever we experience life adversities, inconveniences, changes or difficulties, we tend to bottle up our emotions and put a lid on it even though the bottle has been shaken. The emotions we experience nonetheless continue to bubble up and with enough time and exposure to this, we eventually begin to feel flat and start to lose our fizz. Therapy is about helping us open that bottle in a safe and contained way to help us deal with what is going on. It is about opening up that bottle when shaken, so that when our thoughts and emotions are challenged, we are able to manage this in a healthier manner"

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I am a Counselling Psychologist with over 8 years of experience working with vulnerable clients. I have a deep passion in working with clients to improve their day to day lives. I provide evidence-based treatment for clients suffering with a number of presenting difficulties such as anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, self-esteem difficulties, OCD, anger, loss, bereavement and stress. I also have extensive experience working with chronic health conditions such as chronic fatigue and chronic pain alongside experience working with survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. I don’t believe in a ‘one model fits all’ approach but rather strongly believe in providing a compassionate, evidence-based and integrated approach which is tailored to my client to better meet their needs.

Reena underwent extensive training in her Professional Doctorate where she was trained in a number of approaches and psychological therapies namely – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-based approaches, Psychodynamic therapies, Person-centred therapy and Counselling. Reena also completed her studies with an additional interest in utilising aspects of client’s belief systems and faith, where appropriate to encourage positive, healthy change in their lives.

Reena has worked with a number of presenting difficulties raised by clients such as anxiety, depression, anger, identity difficulties, trauma, PTSD, OCD, low self-esteem, sexual identity difficulties, gender identity difficulties, difficulties around race and ethnicity, domestic and sexual violence as well as physical health difficulties such as chronic fatigue and chronic pain. Reena works primarily with adults over the age of 18 and offers online therapy.

Prior to joining CPG, Reena has worked within the NHS within specialist as well as general sectors. Alongside this, Reena has worked in a number of external organisations such as MIND to support her clients.

Reena utilises an integrative and person-centred approach which enables her to draw from a number of therapeutic models and knowledge in order to cater to the clients’ presenting difficulties, needs and goals.

Reena currently works as practitioner for a fostering agency and offers a psychological voice for presenting difficulties in the form of supervision, training, facilitating and encouraging reflective practice, support and consultancy to staff and foster carers. Reena has dedicated her research towards understanding the different perspectives and understandings of mental health through religious perspectives.

NEWS / 15.04.2024

Bringing a Yoga-Lens to ‘Talk Therapy’ [part 5 of 5]

NEWS / 27.03.2024

Bringing a Yoga-Lens to ‘Talk Therapy’ [part 4 of 5]


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