Mita has more than 20 years of clinical experience helping individuals overcome a wide range of problems.
She is highly skilled in helping clients overcome issues they have been struggling with for months and sometimes years. Mita draws upon a wide range of therapies including CBT, mindfulness and transactional analysis, which she tailors to suit the learning style of each client. She can help you understand the underlying factors, which are holding you back or making you feel unhappy. She will also show you how to develop practical solutions and strategies which can enable you to make the positive changes you that are important to you.
Mita is particularly skilled in helping clients achieve life-lasting changes, which result in improved self-confidence, greater personal happiness and more satisfying relationships with others.
Mita helps individuals to address a wide range of issues including: Depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, confidence, low self-esteem; workplace bullying, work issues, career issues/development; loss and bereavement, trauma, PTSD, childhood abuse including sexual abuse, anger management; OCD, phobias, health issues, health anxiety, physical pain management, fertility isssues, chronic fatigue, alcohol and substance misuse, gambling, autism, sexuality, identity issues.
Mita has gained a wealth of clinical experience in various settings, including NHS, GP and Social Services, the public sector, private practice and a number of voluntary organisations, including the RNIB and London Rape Crisis Center.
She has also worked as a trainer/facilitator for a number of organisations, delivering training in: stress management, confidence building, assertiveness, conflict resolution and loss and bereavement. She has also supervised counsellors and psychotherapists in their clinical practice.
Mita has also co-authored for books and written articles on relational psychotherapy for psychotherapists.
Qualifications and Training
Mita is a qualified psychotherapist with an MSc in psychotherapy and she is also a Senior Accredited BACP counsellor. She has received additional training in depression, anxiety, trauma, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) Mindfulness, self-esteem, trauma, shame, bereavement and loss and neuroscience.
Mita holds professional recognition and accreditation with the UK’s recognised governing bodies: UKCP and BACP.