If you are feeling low, anxious, struggle with difficult thoughts, or want to make meaningful changes in your life, I am here to help you on your path to feeling more at ease with yourself.
My name is Marianna Trezza, and I am a BACP accredited counsellor, hypnotherapist and life coach in Kentish Town, Camden Town, Gospel Oak and online. I understand that sometimes we need help coping with the challenges of everyday life. You don’t have to do it alone! This is a safe, peaceful, confidential space to explore your issues and find a solution that works for you. I am here to be your friendly, trusty specialist companion every step of the way.
For more information on how I provide intersectional counselling, hypnotherapy and life coaching in Kentish Town, Camden Town, Gospel Oak and online, keep reading or feel free to get in touch with me at any time.
I am an integrative humanistic counsellor, which means I focus on helping you find the answers that make sense for your unique situation – rather than simply telling you what to do. We will take an intersectional approach, looking at the world through your eyes and working together to understand what it feels like to be in your shoes and harness your internal power to develop deeper self-trust, learn about yourself, and ultimately grow out of your difficulties. I always treat you as a whole. We will identify the role certain problems play in your life and understand how mental health issues – addiction, anxiety, etc. – are not just psychological but also linked to the body and spirit.
To learn more about holistic therapy, take a look at my Somatic Therapy page.
Alongside talking therapy, I also offer art therapy. This way of working can be extremely helpful, as it allows people to express feelings that are too difficult to convey with words, along with helping you unlock your creative energy and find new solutions. I will never try to interpret your art, but rather explore what the artwork means for you. This process is all about bringing you more into the present moment and increasing awareness of your creative flow. Being creative in this way is fundamental to our mental wellbeing, and as adults, we don’t do it nearly enough.
As George Bernard Shaw once said: “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
I offer ‘walk and talk’ counselling at Hampstead Heath – a large and rejuvenating wild park in North London – and it has so many benefits for my clients. Through exploring the synchronicity of nature, we gain an important perspective that we are not alone but connected to something much larger, which is the Universe and everything in it. It makes us see our negative thought patterns for what they are and helps us reconnect with the deeper, truer self.
This form of therapy can be extremely useful for people going through addictions and other trauma-related issues, along with those experiencing issues with menopause and other physiological concerns. The simple process of leaving the home and going outside gives your system an important reset and allows energy to flow around the body once again, leaving you feeling healthier.