07957 147080


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My name is Anjula, and I qualified in 2003 originally in Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling, which simply means that I combine a number of approaches – Humanistic, Psychodynamic, CBT and solution focused therapies.

 I have achieved a Diploma in Working with Adolescents in a School Setting.

I have been on numerous live radio and TV programmes with regard to mental health including Woman’s Hour, BBC News 24, Channel 5 News and BBC Asian Network and have also been interviewed for magazine and newspaper articles. I have facilitated courses for The British Heart Foundation, Cruse Bereavement Care and RoadPeace..

“I am a qualified Consultative Supervisor having achieved my Diploma in Consultative Supervision in September 2022 and I have worked with groups (maximum 3 for 1.5 hours) and one to one supervisee’s. My supervisee’s have included trainee counsellors, volunteer befrienders, managers, and qualified counsellors. I can offer these sessions face to face as well as online.”

Fully Qualified and Accredited

I am a BACP Accredited Counsellor, and abide by the BACP Code of Ethics. Please click on the link below should you wish further information on this code.


Stress and anxiety at both work and in the home is a major issue for my clients currently, and numerous clients can come feeling unsure as to what is happening to them, or that they should be able to cope. Listening, and understanding where the client is coming from and helping them to explore how they are feeling, in a safe environment, with no judgements and confidentiality, allows the client to talk openly about what is going on in their lives. I will help you to find tools and techniques to use in order to cope better and move forward with your life. These tools and techniques can be used for the rest of your life!

I work with adults and young people and have worked with clients from all walks of life.  From domestic violence at Refuge, to Feltham Youth Offenders, Bereavement Services at Cruse to Mental Health at Mind and TASHA.   I have also supported survivors and families after the London Bombings and the Tsunami.


Currently, I work as a counsellor in 2 schools as well as running a private practice in the idyllic village of Wraysbury. I am also a qualified supervisor, and a Clinical Lead Trustee for a charity.


I work for several EAP’s and offer long and short term counselling.

T & C’s

All sessions are to be paid for at least 48 hours in advance, by bank transfer. Cancellations with less than 24hrs notice will be charged at the full price.   Late arrivals will result in a shorter session.

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My sessions last 50 to 60 minutes, in a garden room – detached from the house.
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I am based in Wraysbury, midway between Windsor and Staines-Upon-Thames.

Areas of Specialisation

Among my different areas of practice I have particular experience and interest in the following:



Coping with the loss of a loved one or experiencing other forms of grief can be overwhelming


Discover resources and strategies for healing and recovery from the effects of abuse


Every young person deserves access to quality counseling and support to thrive


Mental Health Assistance through Counselling


Supervisors play a crucial role – supporting the professional development and well-being of counsellors

With rising mental health issues since the Covid-19 pandemic, talking about your worries is a step in the right direction for those suffering with Depression and Anxiety.   Don’t suffer alone.


A therapist should start and finish the session appropriately. Discuss any changes in fee, session times or the duration of therapy respectfully.  A therapist must show empathy.

A therapist should be non-judgemental, able to hear whatever you are saying, be understanding and receptive.

The client should feel supported and accompanied on their journey without judgement or direction or advice (therapy is not about being told what to do).

Feeling like you are being understood is important, and you should feel your counsellor is helping you understand what he/she means giving you the time to explore your understanding.

The client must feel safe and able to trust that the therapist will observe confidentiality as assured under the Protection Act. A client can assure themselves of this by choosing a therapist who is registered through a known counselling or psychotherapy organisation such as the BACP/UKCP/CPJA/BPS.


By taking the first step.  Either fill out the contact form and I will respond as soon as I can, or pick up the phone and call me.  You will find me very approachable.

Therapy helps clients uncover strengths and learn new skills that will allow them to deal with the challenges that arise in life.

After a discussion with you, by phone, I will be able to schedule in your first appointment.   After our meeting, we will work out a treatment and care plan specifically for you.

I am qualified to work with adults and young people from 11 years old plus – I have a qualification with Metanoia Institute in working with adolescents in a school setting and currently have been working in a school for the last 7 years.

Because I love to see how my clients grow and change through the sessions and become the confident person, they want to be.

I am able to offer my services using face-to-face, telephone, or video call sessions.   This means I am able to treat clients safely, wherever they are based.