Sharona Cohen
Qualifications:BSc, PG Dip Counselling Psychology

Sharona began her studies in Psychology, seventeen years ago. She studied Undergraduate Psychology and Postgraduate
Counselling Psychology at City University. As part of her training, she has worked in a broad range of clinical settings, including both inpatient, and outpatient services. Sharona trained at the Hampstead Group GP practice, and North East London Mental Health trust amongst others, and more recently has practiced in community charities.

Sharona employs the integrative approach when offering therapy to her clients. Her preferred model is person-centred integrated with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. This means she creates a relationship in which her client feels secure, valued and understood in order to facilitate positive changes. However, having been trained in most models, she will adapt according to what she believes will suit the client best. She has attended many continuing professional development courses over the last decade, including couples counselling, panic attacks, and anxiety, to name but a few.

Sharona is particularly interested in working with couples and individuals experiencing relationship difficulties. She also specialises in post-natal depression.

You can request an appointment with Sharona Cohen by calling 02071180407 or filling the enquiry form below. Your enquiry will be handled confidentially.

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