Nadinne Dyen

Nadinne Dyen (BA) hons, DIP, MA, MBACP Student of Maestro Manuel Rufino and from the Sangoma tradition Makhosi Sarah Wage and Makhosi Muvo Ngcobo. 

Nadinne Dyen

Nadinne Dyen (BA) hons, DIP, MA, MBACP Student of Maestro Manuel Rufino and from the Sangoma tradition Makhosi Sarah Wage and Makhosi Muvo Ngcobo. 
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About The Practice

As we are all individual, unique and diverse the reasons for seeking therapy vary significantly.

Typically, people come to find assistance they have not found in other areas in life, this can be the result of specifically traumatic and painful events such as grief or breakdowns in relationships, perhaps to gain greater awareness from historical events, to understand the stress or anxiety they may be experiencing. People can find themselves feeling trapped in negative and painful patterns of behavior, others seeking to gain a deeper understanding of themselves, sometimes this exploration is used to determine career changes, discover a greater meaning in their lives, develop better and healthier ways of relating to others and forming a deeper and more comfortable relationship with one’s self.

The Practice offers a safe, non-judgmental, supported space with a person-centred approach in which to explore these thoughts and feelings. By bringing more of our experience into conscious awareness we can gain a greater perceptive and feel emotionally equipped to lead a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

“The wound is the place that lets the light in.”
Rumi

What Difficulties Do I Work With?

Trauma, Developmental Trauma and Complex Trauma
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Anxiety
Depression
Stress
Relationships
Bereavement
Identity and difference
Confidence and self esteem
Image and Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Agoraphobia
Phobias
Perfectionism
Addictions
disorders
Purpose and meaning
Spirituality
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North Finchley, London

 

EC2M Liverpool Street, London

 

Bristol, Central

Contact Me

The Practice is based in London and Bristol