Aesha Arif has credentials from Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB), UK. She uses integrative psychotherapy in her work, which takes into account the inherent values of each individual with the aim of facilitating wholeness and maximising the individual’s functioning in various areas of life.
Aesha is trained to provide counseling and therapy in several areas, some of which include addiction, grief and bereavement, depression, marital disturbances, work stress management, anger management, self-esteem issues, anxiety, and trauma therapy. She also serves as a group therapy facilitator and has successfully worked with several groups to address specific issues. She has a keen interest in transpersonal and spiritual psychotherapy dimensions and can integrate that approach in sessions depending on a client’s inclinations.
In addition to being a practicing therapist and supervisor, she also trains facilitators, tutors and future psychotherapists.