How I Work
How I can help
We all need somebody to talk to, especially when we are going through a difficult time. Therapy provides an opportunity to talk through and reflect upon what is happening in your life. Sharing your thoughts and feelings confidentially with a professional therapist, who is trained to support and understand you, can help you discover new ways of coping with stressful situations and past events.
Who I am
Oye Agoro BA (Hons) MBACP (Snr Accred) PG. Dip
I am a senior accredited member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I have over 30 years experience working with people from a range of backgrounds and various difficulties to successfully achieve the positive changes and outcomes on diverse issues including the following:
|Affairs & betrayals||Domestic violence||Relationship issues|
|Anger management||Emotional abuse||Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)|
|Anxiety||Health issues||Separations & divorce|
|Bereavement||Identity issues||Sexual Abuse|
|Cancer||Leaving care||Sleeping problems|
|Carer support||Low self confidence||Stress|
|Chronic pain||Low self esteem||Suicidal thoughts|
|Cross cultural relationships||Physical Abuse||Trauma|
|Depression & unhappiness||Post-traumatic stress||Work related stress|
Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy
My therapeutic approach is integrative. I draw on a range of skills, ideas and theories in order to provide a bespoke and unique blend of therapy just for you.
Intercultural therapy and diversity
As a trained and experienced social justice allied intercultural therapist, I am respectful of diversity and have experience of working with the impact of structural inequalities.