Get to know us - Sharyn Prince
At our practice in Oxford Circus (W1W), all of our therapists are qualified psychologists, psychotherapists or counsellors. They are registered with several professional bodies, including the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the British Psychological Society (BPS), as well as, BACP, UKCP and BABCP. They use CBT (Cognitive behavioral therapy), psychodynamic, humanistic and integrative approaches, tailored around your needs to help you deal with your challenges and reach your goals.
Please meet our team
Hello, I’m Sharyn Prince, and I have been working as an Integrative therapist for almost ten years. Essentially my love of people and a deep desire to help my fellow humans is what drew me into the counselling profession.
I can help clients tap into their inner strengths and natural healing ability. I work in a way which compliments who you are and what you need. I draw on different modalities to help people manage their mental health difficulties during challenging times. My core model of practice is a mixture of psychodynamic and person-centred approaches. I also can incorporate rewind therapy (a treatment for trauma) if an experience is replaying in your mind.
Some of the life challenges I have helped people with are: processing the loss of a loved one, relationship difficulties, family challenges, managing neurodiversity, low self-esteem and negative self-belief, the impact of illness, depression, anxiety or a traumatic past experience still haunting you.
I can offer you a non-judgmental, supportive and confidential space, where therapy could consist of talking through your history, looking at problems, acknowledging and understanding feelings, and looking back to past behaviour patterns and core beliefs, which many can find helpful. Ultimately this can lead to increased self-awareness which can help you to connect with your ‘true self’. Some people prefer to use art, images or the written word when finding talking difficult. I have additional training as a life coach which is a forward-looking approach particularly helpful when coming out of a challenging life situation and asking ‘well, what now?’
I am an accredited registered member of The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I adhere to the BACP’s ethical Framework for the counselling professions.
I have experience working and offering help with a wide range of psychological difficulties including the following:
- Depression and mood issues
- GAD (Generalised Anxiety Disorder)
- Eating Difficulties
- Physical Health Problems
- Relationship Difficulties
- Family Therapy
- Children ASD
- Adult ASD
- Work Stress
- Low Confidence/Esteem
- Assertiveness Issues