Olga Tsybulya is a fully qualified experienced Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Olga uses an eclectic and integrative approach, adopting the therapeutic style that best suits the client, providing a safe and confidential therapeutic space, building rapport with a client, facilitating his/her insight and a personal growth.
Olga is experienced in work with a wide variety of clients and issues, such as:
- Relationship difficulties and coping issues
- Anxiety, stress, depression, low mood, low self-esteem, low self-confidence
- Career, job stress and bullying
- Grief, bereavement and loss
- Social and emotional difficulties
- Addiction problems
- Sexual abuse and domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Feelings of despair and emptiness
- Obsessive compulsive disorders
Olga has developed a special interest in helping immigrants to integrate into foreign society. In her work she adopts a creative personalized approach, tailored to suit individual needs of each client. Olga is multilingual; alongside English she also speaks Russian.
As part of her ethical practice she receives a regular supervision for her therapeutic work and holds professional insurance. Since her initial training Olga has completed numerous Continuous Professional Development hours.
She had many hours of therapy herself both to meet training requirements and for her personal growth.
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“Each person is engaged in a unique journey through life, in search of his or her own meaning and purpose. Life consists of numerous challenges some of which leave people feeling distressed and unable to cope.
Therapy is about addressing these difficulties and working towards meaningful change. Entering into a psychotherapeutic relationship primarily involves gaining a deeper understanding and acceptance of oneself.
The relationship with the therapist offers a facilitative and confidential environment, where someone seeking help is able to explore his or her internal struggles and real-life situations.
This process can enable a person to discover inner resources and build the strength to make meaningful choices and live a more satisfying life.”