“Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.”

G.K. Chesterton

About Juliette

The rapid spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 has sparked alarm worldwide and I know that many people are feeling challenged in many different ways. Social distancing, lockdown, being unable to be with our family and friends. The fear of our loved ones dying, death, financial fears and job uncertainty along with the overall anxiety of not knowing what will happen on any given day is not only causing mental health difficulties, but challenging many of our relationships, some of which were challenged long before Covid-19. Many people are being confronted with grief and loss and no one knows how it is supposed to go. Words such as “unchartered waters”, “unprecedented times”,  “worldwide pandemic” becoming everyday language and not leaving one person untouched. As we start to emerge from lockdown and spring brings with it the blossoming of new beginnings you may feel that now is the right time to enter therapy and I will be happy to support you wherever you find yourself at this time.

I am offering Facetime/WhatsApp and Zoom sessions for the time being. I am offering sessions from 30 minutes up to a couple of hours depending on what people would like. Please look at the left hand side of the page where you will find details such as my rates and different sorts of therapy offered. If you do not find what you need please do not hesitate to contact me on 07969787355 or by email juliette.clancycounselling.com.

I am a Psychotherapist working with a broad spectrum of clients, which include bereavement & grief. Couples/relationship therapy. Psychosexual therapy. Trauma therapy. EMDR therapy and life coaching based in West London. My approach is integrative, meaning that I draw on a variety of different forms of therapy that suit the needs of every individual client. I have also done a lot of work as a Soul Midwife – working with the dying in many different capacities and so if you find yourself needing to talk to someone specifically about death, bereavement/grief counselling is an area of expertise of mine.

I work with individuals, couples as well as family members & friends. I am trained to work with people from a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds and with a wide range of difficulties.

I believe that we all have the ability to solve our problems and face our difficulties, but recognise from personal experience that, at times, we need support and help. My job is to work with you either individually or as a couple to find clarity in a situation, understand your role within it and to explore ways to enable you to get through it and bring positive change to your life.

My intention is to provide you with a supportive and non-judgemental space that enables you to explore your troubles and discontent. My role is to listen, engage with how you see yourself and your life and ultimately, to help you to see things more clearly, often from a different perspective. I would like you to feel able to express yourself freely and honestly, something that is often difficult with families and friends. I don’t offer advise or tell you what to do, but offer suggestions and ideas around what we discuss. My hope is that you feel able to bring all of who you are and what is troubling you, without judging it to be ‘good’ or ‘bad’ ‘right’ or ‘wrong’.

I look forward to hearing from you.