Libby Seery

Ad.Dip.Psych

Ad.Dip.CBT

Dip.Couns

Dip.NLP

Dip.Psych.Coach

Online Counselling and Psychotherapy:

Specialist Certificate in the Therapeutic Use of Technology

(BACP Endorsed)

Libby has a wealth of experience, having worked for many years in the private sector.

She is an integrative practitioner, drawing on several approaches to help facilitate profound, positive change, whilst providing you with a safe, non-judgemental, and confidential space.

People seek counselling for a multitude of reasons.  There are as many people seeking counselling services for reassurance and support, as there are people seeking help, coping with mental health symptoms.

A counsellor is able to provide care and help, for any individual seeking it.  For some people it helps just being able to speak to another person, that they have no relationship, or involvement with.

Counselling can help people who are unsure about how they are feeling, or how they think they ought to be feeling. Counselling is also helpful to people who have encountered a traumatic event in their life. 

Sessions with Libby can help you gain a whole new perspective on life.  Sometimes a new perspective can have a profound affect on an individual’s life.  With a healthier, more balanced outlook on life, comes the opportunity for a life that is enriching, rewarding, and satisfying.

Whether you need counselling in the short term or you require psychotherapy for a longer period, Libby is able to help you.

Libby is available to see you at our Harley Street clinic, as well as online.

If you would like to email Libby, she can be contacted direct on:

libbyseery@renaissancelifetherapies.com

LIBBY CAN HELP WITH ISSUES SURROUNDING:

  • Abandonment – an emotional state whereby a person may feel discarded, undesired, or left behind.
  • Aggression – to feel or show aggression.  

  • Anxiety – an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension.

  • Betrayal – to feel harmed by someone you have trusted.

  • Anger – fury and rage.

  • Confusion – being unable to think with clarity or act with understanding.

  • Fear – apprehension or regret over an unwanted situation.

  • Depressed – demoralised, unmotivated, sad, unhappy, or melancholy.

  • Distress – disturbed.

  • Frustration – a deep dissatisfaction arising from unresolved problems or unfulfilled needs.

  • Guilt – culpability, especially for imagined offences or from a sense of inadequacy.

  • Regret – sorrow, repentance, disappointment.

  • Resentment – a feeling of displeasure or persistent ill will.

  • Self-pity – a self indulgent dwelling on one’s own sorrows or misfortunes.

  • Shame – a condition of humiliating disgrace or disrepute.

  • Stress – which can arise for a number of reasons.

  • Vulnerability – feeling exposed to being attacked or harmed.

  • Worry – anxious over actual or potential difficulties.

For more information on the issues that Libby can help you with, please click here…ISSUES

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATIONS

We are an intimate team of six professionals, registered with a number of bodies, some of which include:
BACP
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
BABCP
British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies
BPS
The British Psychological Society
UKCP
UK Council for Psychotherapy
MISPC
Member of the International Society of Professional Counsellors
ANLP
The Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming
AC
Association for Coaching
ICF
International Coach Federation

We abide by the Code of Ethics, of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

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Having tried therapy twice before, I had become quite negative about the idea of trying it once again. A good friend of mine suggested Libby to me, as she had helped her in addressing an issue. 
Libby’s approach was quite unique and very different to my past experiences. I am finally becoming the person I want to be, and planning the life I want for myself. Thank you so much.

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