The life of a writer is not always easy, consistent or predictable. It is often isolating, and questioning if you or your work are good-enough can be a frequent battle. Anxiety, mental blocks and depression can therefore surface or be long withstanding. The Corona virus and its societal impact has exacerbated mental health issues, but here at the Writers’ Studio, we don’t want you to be alone. In addition, to our active ‘digital socials’ and lively Facebook members’ café we are now proud to offer online and telephone psychotherapy at a reduced rate to our members.
Kersha Williams is MSc. trained at the prestigious Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute and has gained over 350 supervised clinical hours by volunteering at Nottingham Trent University, Sexual Violence Support Services, and the Mary Magdalen Addiction Centre. Additionally, she has her own private practice and is a registered member of the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists (UKCP). While Kersha specialises in anxiety, depression, sexual assault, and addiction she has treated many more issues. Her philosophy is that adulthood issues often have their roots in childhood. Her approach is integrative/developmental-relational, and therefore will explore the client’s history/significant relationships to identify their impact (that is often unconscious) on any present challenges.
Kersha offers short and long-term sessions and a free thirty-minute initial session for anyone considering psychotherapy, with subsequent appointments charged at £35 per one hour session (outside of NWS a typical psychotherapist would charge £50 per 50-minute session).
To find out more or make an enquiry about Kersha’s availability you can contact her here. Rest assured all emails are treated with 100% confidentiality.