freya-rudigier

Availability:

Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Booking Information:

07538 105877

FreyaRudigier@outlook.com

 

Freya Rudigier, MSc
Talking Therapy

Qualified Counsellor and Counselling Psychologist Trainee

There are many ways of delivering counselling, which can pose a challenge for clients choosing to find a suitable therapist. In my training, I have been introduced to all three major schools of psychology, and I believe there is no right or wrong approach but rather, that some way of working may be more or less helpful for the specific needs of the individual person and within their unique circumstances.

Therefore, I rely on my clients' expertise in their lives and their engagement in the process to help guide their unique approach. What might feel helpful for one client, might feel disruptive to another. One of the main theories I work with is attachment theory. This considers how our relationships, and the safety and danger we experience in those relationships, shape our way of engaging in the world.

At the core of my work lies the therapeutic relationship - our relationship. In our work, I hope to provide a safe space and meet you with stability, and warmth. Grounded by my humanistic values, I am not here to judge you, or anyone in your life, but rather help you make sense of your experiences.

As well as my private clients, I have supported people in various counselling settings, which included the private, NHS, and non-profit sectors. Due to the nature of these different settings, I have learned to recognise my clients’ needs and work flexibly, creatively, and within different time frames. I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a British Psychological Society (BPS) graduate member.

For more information, please visit my website: http://FreyaRudigier.com

Language:
Sessions are offered in English & German

Freya Rudigier, MSc
Talking Therapy
freya-rudigier

Qualified Counsellor and Counselling Psychologist Trainee

There are many ways of delivering counselling, which can pose a challenge for clients choosing to find a suitable therapist. In my training, I have been introduced to all three major schools of psychology, and I believe there is no right or wrong approach but rather, that some way of working may be more or less helpful for the specific needs of the individual person and within their unique circumstances.

Therefore, I rely on my clients' expertise in their lives and their engagement in the process to help guide their unique approach. What might feel helpful for one client, might feel disruptive to another. One of the main theories I work with is attachment theory. This considers how our relationships, and the safety and danger we experience in those relationships, shape our way of engaging in the world.

At the core of my work lies the therapeutic relationship - our relationship. In our work, I hope to provide a safe space and meet you with stability, and warmth. Grounded by my humanistic values, I am not here to judge you, or anyone in your life, but rather help you make sense of your experiences.

As well as my private clients, I have supported people in various counselling settings, which included the private, NHS, and non-profit sectors. Due to the nature of these different settings, I have learned to recognise my clients’ needs and work flexibly, creatively, and within different time frames. I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a British Psychological Society (BPS) graduate member.

For more information, please visit my website: http://FreyaRudigier.com

Language:
Sessions are offered in English & German

Availability:

Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Booking Information:

07538105877
FreyaRudigier@outlook.com