Caroline Weiland

Caroline Weiland


Registered Member MBACP (Accredited)

Contact information

Phone number
07711697332
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Therapist - London

London W11
07711697332
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Wheelchair accessible office
  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

How we feel in our lives should never be compared to how others feel in theirs. Our experiences, and our reactions to what life throws at us are our own, and nobody else’s.

Some people come to see me for therapy after a bereavement, the breakdown of a relationship, or perhaps the loss of a job. Sometimes feelings of anxiety or depression, lethargy or general feelings of purposelessness can seem insurmountable, yet inexplicable.

Some people find it hard to make sense of things in their lives – often struggling to make decisions. Times of transition are often fraught with anxiety, say the beginning or end of university, marriage, parenthood, retirement or just being a parent oneself.

Others feel that although on the surface they have everything they need, but there is still a niggling feeling – a hunch, perhaps – that something isn’t quite right.

Psychotherapy and counselling offer an environment in which to talk about your concerns, to make them alive in the presence of a therapist; someone who is trained to remain non-judgemental, and who isn’t part of your life on a day-to-day basis. Together we can look at the various parts of your life and try to understand how they all fit together.

The modern world we all live in is a fast-moving and increasingly complex place in which to exist. Psychotherapy can help with the more practical elements of the things that society expects from us. It can also help us wrestle with the more philosophical questions around where we see ourselves in this world, and to consider what it really means to be human.

What I can help with

Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Cancer, Disability, Health related issues

Types of therapy

Existential

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited

Therapist - Bradford-on-Avon

Bradford-on-Avon BA15
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

What I can help with

Addictions, Eating disorders, Obsessions, OCD, Phobias, Self-harm, Abuse, Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Cancer, Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME, Disability, Health related issues, Cultural issues, Identity issues, Men's issues, Self esteem, Sexuality, Women's issues, Adoption issues, Child related issues, Infertility, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Sex-related issues, Anger management, Redundancy, Stress, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Existential

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples, Older adults

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Telephone counselling, Time-limited

Therapist - London

London W9
07711 697332
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

How we feel in our lives should never be compared to how others feel in theirs. Our experiences, and our reactions to what life throws at us are our own, and nobody else’s.

Some people come to see me for therapy after a bereavement, the breakdown of a relationship, or perhaps the loss of a job. Sometimes feelings of anxiety or depression, lethargy or general feelings of purposelessness can seem insurmountable, yet inexplicable.

Some people find it hard to make sense of things in their lives – often struggling to make decisions. Times of transition are often fraught with anxiety, say the beginning or end of university, marriage, parenthood, retirement or just being a parent oneself.

Others feel that although on the surface they have everything they need, but there is still a niggling feeling – a hunch, perhaps – that something isn’t quite right.

Psychotherapy and counselling offer an environment in which to talk about your concerns, to make them alive in the presence of a therapist; someone who is trained to remain non-judgemental, and who isn’t part of your life on a day-to-day basis. Together we can look at the various parts of your life and try to understand how they all fit together.

The modern world we all live in is a fast-moving and increasingly complex place in which to exist. Psychotherapy can help with the more practical elements of the things that society expects from us. It can also help us wrestle with the more philosophical questions around where we see ourselves in this world, and to consider what it really means to be human.

What I can help with

Eating disorders, Obsessions, OCD, Phobias, Abuse, Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Personal development, AIDS/HIV, Asperger syndrome, Cancer, Disability, Health related issues, Cultural issues, Self esteem, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Spirituality, Adoption issues, Child related issues, Infertility, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Anger management, Redundancy, Stress, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Existential, Phenomenological, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited

Therapist - London

London
07711697332
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Wheelchair accessible office
  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

How we feel in our lives should never be compared to how others feel in theirs. Our experiences, and our reactions to what life throws at us are our own, and nobody else’s.

Some people come to see me for therapy after a bereavement, the breakdown of a relationship, or perhaps the loss of a job. Sometimes feelings of anxiety or depression, lethargy or general feelings of purposelessness can seem insurmountable, yet inexplicable.

Some people find it hard to make sense of things in their lives – often struggling to make decisions. Times of transition are often fraught with anxiety, say the beginning or end of university, marriage, parenthood, retirement or just being a parent oneself.

Others feel that although on the surface they have everything they need, but there is still a niggling feeling – a hunch, perhaps – that something isn’t quite right.

Psychotherapy and counselling offer an environment in which to talk about your concerns, to make them alive in the presence of a therapist; someone who is trained to remain non-judgemental, and who isn’t part of your life on a day-to-day basis. Together we can look at the various parts of your life and try to understand how they all fit together.

The modern world we all live in is a fast-moving and increasingly complex place in which to exist. Psychotherapy can help with the more practical elements of the things that society expects from us. It can also help us wrestle with the more philosophical questions around where we see ourselves in this world, and to consider what it really means to be human.

What I can help with

Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Cancer, Disability, Health related issues

Types of therapy

Existential, Phenomenological

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited

Therapist - London

London W2
07711697332
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

How we feel in our lives should never be compared to how others feel in theirs. Our experiences, and our reactions to what life throws at us are our own, and nobody else’s.

Some people come to see me for therapy after a bereavement, the breakdown of a relationship, or perhaps the loss of a job. Sometimes feelings of anxiety or depression, lethargy or general feelings of purposelessness can seem insurmountable, yet inexplicable.

Some people find it hard to make sense of things in their lives – often struggling to make decisions. Times of transition are often fraught with anxiety, say the beginning or end of university, marriage, parenthood, retirement or just being a parent oneself.

Others feel that although on the surface they have everything they need, but there is still a niggling feeling – a hunch, perhaps – that something isn’t quite right.

Psychotherapy and counselling offer an environment in which to talk about your concerns, to make them alive in the presence of a therapist; someone who is trained to remain non-judgemental, and who isn’t part of your life on a day-to-day basis. Together we can look at the various parts of your life and try to understand how they all fit together.

The modern world we all live in is a fast-moving and increasingly complex place in which to exist. Psychotherapy can help with the more practical elements of the things that society expects from us. It can also help us wrestle with the more philosophical questions around where we see ourselves in this world, and to consider what it really means to be human.

What I can help with

Addictions, Eating disorders, Obsessions, OCD, Phobias, Self-harm, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Cancer, Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME, Disability, Health related issues, Cultural issues, Identity issues, Men's issues, Self esteem, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Women's issues, Adoption issues, Child related issues, Infertility, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Sex-related issues, Anger management, Redundancy, Stress, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Existential

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples, Older adults

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited

Therapist - London

London W10
Contact Caroline for session rate.

Features

  • Flexible hours available
  • Wheelchair accessible office
  • Concessionary Rates

About me and my therapy practice

How we feel in our lives should never be compared to how others feel in theirs. Our experiences, and our reactions to what life throws at us are our own, and nobody else’s.

Some people come to see me for therapy after a bereavement, the breakdown of a relationship, or perhaps the loss of a job. Sometimes feelings of anxiety or depression, lethargy or general feelings of purposelessness can seem insurmountable, yet inexplicable.

Some people find it hard to make sense of things in their lives – often struggling to make decisions. Times of transition are often fraught with anxiety, say the beginning or end of university, marriage, parenthood, retirement or just being a parent oneself.

Others feel that although on the surface they have everything they need, but there is still a niggling feeling – a hunch, perhaps – that something isn’t quite right.

Psychotherapy and counselling offer an environment in which to talk about your concerns, to make them alive in the presence of a therapist; someone who is trained to remain non-judgemental, and who isn’t part of your life on a day-to-day basis. Together we can look at the various parts of your life and try to understand how they all fit together.

The modern world we all live in is a fast-moving and increasingly complex place in which to exist. Psychotherapy can help with the more practical elements of the things that society expects from us. It can also help us wrestle with the more philosophical questions around where we see ourselves in this world, and to consider what it really means to be human.

What I can help with

Addictions, Eating disorders, Obsessions, OCD, Phobias, Self-harm, Abuse, Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Post-traumatic stress, Trauma, Cancer, Disability, Health related issues, Cultural issues, Identity issues, Men's issues, Self esteem, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Spirituality, Women's issues, Adoption issues, Child related issues, Infertility, Pregnancy related issues, Relationships, Sex-related issues, Anger management, Redundancy, Stress, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Existential

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited