I am Andrew Richardson and I have been counselling for over ten years. What I have found is that the large majority of my clients are helped quickly, usually within four sessions – and sometimes in as little as one or two. While for some it may take a little more time. But the important point is that most will feel a lot better – whether very quickly or after a little longer.
It would be my pleasure and privilege to try my very best to help you. When you are struggling with emotional distress, I know that you want to feel better fast. You need reliable help that deals with emotional pain right now and gets your life back on track.
You will find me open and easy to talk to and I believe you will be impressed by my experience and authority and the good sense I talk. This will give you hope and a realistic expectation that recovery and change is there waiting for you.
I am trained in the Human Givens approach and use hypnotherapy as a vital tool. Almost uniquely for a private therapist I keep hard evidence of the progress of all my clients. Over 85% feel better or are fully recovered within four sessions.
If you have come across Human Givens, you will be aware of its great insight and appeal and you may also be aware of how successful is the approach in helping people with mental difficulties.
But if you have not heard of Human Givens – don’t worry about that. All you need to know is that I am trained in the most up-to-date evidence-based approach to counselling, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and personal coaching.
Clients come to my home in Woodford Green, on the border between Essex and East London and now in Leytonstone (E11). I also see clients from all over the world using Skype – as well as through the length and breadth of the UK.
Call me on 020 8257 0429 or email me for a free no obligation chat and to learn how I might help you.
I will not charge for the first session if you find it is of no value or choose not to continue to see me.
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