Interview With BPS chartered and HCPC registered consultant Clinical Psychologist Adriana Giotta

Interview With BPS chartered and HCPC registered consultant Clinical Psychologist Adriana Giotta

How and/or why did you become a therapist? Being a psychotherapist for me is a vocation. I have been passionate about psychology and philosophy since I was an adolescent, always curious about the mysteries of the human mind and existence itself. One of the driving forces to become a therapist has also been my wish …

Interview With Ronnie Diener, M.A, LMFT, LPCC

Interview With Ronnie Diener, M.A, LMFT, LPCC

What are some things about therapy that you want to increase public awareness about? My therapy approach, which I call Quantumview Therapy, is largely based on the discoveries of quantum physics. This may sound like a scientific approach, but it’s actually the opposite. Quantum reality is an understanding of reality, based on quantum physics discoveries, …

Interview With Psychotherapist Lucas Teague

Interview With Psychotherapist Lucas Teague

How and/or why did you become a therapist? Becoming a therapist was always a vocation for me and definitely my calling in life. Prior to becoming a therapist, I realised I was suffering from depression. I decided not to go down the medical route of taking medication, and instead took up meditation and went into …

Interview With Judy Noddin, MFT

Interview With Judy Noddin, MFT

What are the most rewarding aspects of being a therapist? One of the most rewarding aspects of being a therapist is constantly being challenged to grow and heal in order to have the necessary skills and capacities to support my client’s growth and healing. The emphasis here is “support” my client’s healing. One of the …

Interview With Counsellor Lucy Cavendish

Interview With Counsellor Lucy Cavendish

How and/or why did you become a therapist? I was a journalist and I loved interviewing people and finding out what makes them tick and I realised that I wanted to do that in a more in-depth way. I am fascinated by people, their world, our world. What are the most rewarding aspects of being …

Interview With Dr. Monica Sharma

Interview With Dr. Monica Sharma

How and/or why did you become a therapist? Becoming a therapist or to be precise a clinical psychologist was not something I had planned for. Me being an average student during my school days I was helped by a special educator who made a difference in my life and what I am today. So, I …

Interview With Dr. Eva Smidova

Interview With Dr. Eva Smidova

How and/or why did you become a therapist? I remember that I loved to sit and observe people. I have images of me being 5 years old and 7, 8, or 15 years old, sitting on a bus or train or tram or anywhere and calmly observing other people, the way how they act, speak, …

Interview With Vinodha Joly, LMFT

Interview With Vinodha Joly, LMFT

How and/or why did you become a therapist? This is my second career. My original career path was in Computer Engineering. I worked in Silicon Valley high-tech companies for over a decade, but I felt unfulfilled, as my heart was not in technology. Being empathic, I was drawn to psychology and wanted to make a …