Psychotherapist and DIT practitioner based in Enfield, North London
Sometimes life events can have an enormous effect on our lives
We can feel overwhelmed by situations or as though we are having to deal with difficult issues alone with seemingly no way out.
At times talking to family and friends feels too difficult or is just not enough. You may want someone who is there to help you explore how you are feeling but is not telling you what you should do. I believe counselling and psychotherapy gives you the opportunity and time to explore how you feel in a neutral, safe space.
My name is Annis Booker and I am a therapist working in Enfield, north London. I provide psychotherapy and counselling in a secure and confidential environment. I am in private practice and also offer short-term counselling within the NHS on referral from your GP.
Prior to training as a psychotherapist, I was an Occupational Therapist in Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust working with individuals who were experiencing mental health issues.
Subsequently, I’ve provided counselling and therapy for clients attending one-to-one sessions organised by the mental health charity Mind and shorter-term therapy and counselling for parents of young children through the government’s Sure Start Project. I have also seen clients at a practice in London’s Harley Street.
This and my current work means I have a wide breadth of knowledge and skills to work with individuals bringing many different issues to the therapy space. I am experienced in helping clients who have experienced difficulties with :
• Relationship difficulties
• Gender Identity
• Ethnic and racial Identity
My practice in Enfield Town, north London, is within easy reach of Barnet, Winchmore Hill, Southgate and Potters Bar and close to the M25 and the North Circular. It is also easy to commute from London Liverpool Street, Kings Cross and Moorgate stations in central London.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange an appointment please ring on the above telephone number or send an email.