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Sajeda Patel


Sajeda began her counselling role with the Samaritans in 1998 and has since gathered experience in many issues which include:
Anger Management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Bullying, Child Related Issues, Depression,
Disabilities, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Low Self Esteem, Mental
Health Issues, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Phobias, Physical
Abuse, Postnatal Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, Relationship Issues, Self-Harm, Sexual
Abuse, Stress, Suicidal Thoughts, Trauma, Work-Related Stress


  • Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling (2015), Diploma Counselling Children and
  • Adolescence (2016), Mindfulness Diploma (2016) Diploma in Psychological Therapies.
  • Presently on the final module of a Master’s Degree at Bradford University

Sessions delivered for Trust Wellbeing on:

Monday and Tuesday mornings

Clients Supported

Adults / adolescents / children. Couples / individuals

Types of therapy

Uses an integrative approach in bringing together different therapies to suit the client’s needs. These include: Humanistic Therapy (Person Centred/ Existential/Transactional Analysis), Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy ( Acceptance and Commitment, Cognitive and Behavioural, Strength Focused) and Mindfulness, Uses a natural non-judgmental and emphatic approach in understanding clients and what they are experiencing has worked with clients of many different beliefs and cultural backgrounds.

Training undertaken

  • Samaritans Training (1998)
  • Principles of Teaching and Learning (1999)
  • Myers Briggs: Understanding Self and Others (2012)
  • Mosaic Training on Issues Surrounding Sexual Abuse (2014)


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