My name is Irving D'Mello. I am an MBACP Registered Psychosynthesis Counsellor and hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling (Level 7).
I'm born, brought up, and based in London. I know first hand the detrimental effects pain and suffering can have on the mind, body, and spirit, and relationships, work, and life.
I found counselling to be a deeply valuable part of my journey towards understanding, healing, and wholeness.
In addition to Counselling and Psychotherapy, I have a background in Buddhism, Sufism, and Advaita Vedanta. I am also trained in Mindfulness-based therapies. See more at mindfulnessinlondon.com
Registered Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP)
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling (Level 7), Psychosynthesis Trust in London
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Teacher Training, University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre
I adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework, have full professional insurance, attend regular supervision, and continuing professional development.
Research shows that the most important factor in therapy is whether you trust and feel safe with your counsellor.
I believe in working together, in an open, curious, and deeply respectful way. I will listen and support you in expressing, making sense of, and finding a way through whatever is happening and however you are feeling. This might include discovering and coming into relationship with your wounding, conflicts, and patterns of behaviour, towards understanding, healing, and a sense of wholeness, at your own pace.
I am an integrative counsellor, trained in Psychosynthesis, allowing me to draw on a variety of approaches. These include Humanistic, Person-centred, Psychodynamic, Existential, Gestalt, and Transpersonal. Creative methods are available to support our work, such as free drawing, writing and journaling, chair work, somatic and body work, dream work, visualisations, meditations, and more.
Psychosynthesis is an experiential, depth psychotherapy that takes a holistic approach, which includes your whole being - mind, body, feelings, and context. It can be deeply beneficial and liberating if you are undergoing an intense or difficult stage on your life’s journey. To find out more visit the Psychosynthesis Trust