Uzma Ali, Counsellor
Entering the world of counselling stemmed from firsthand experiences of loss for me. I understand the heart-wrenching pain associated with losing a child. Baby loss can shatter dreams and hopes, impacting every facet of life, from relationships to mental and physical well-being. Regrettably, our society often fails to fully acknowledge the ongoing struggles following such a loss, leaving parents feeling isolated and misunderstood.
In our sessions, the main goal will be to help you work through your past and present challenges. At first, it may feel like the pain will never subside – but rest assured, with the right support, return to a new normal is possible.
As a counsellor, my focus is on listening and understanding without judgment, and always approaching things from your perspective. Every person’s experience of loss is unique, and every client is exceptional in their own way. I will create a warm and compassionate environment during our time together, helping you make sense of your emotions and experiences.
As a qualified Counsellor and registered British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) member, my commitment to ethical working guidelines is unwavering. I work with a trauma-sensitive approach. My experience includes working with clients facing a variety of challenges, with a substantial focus on helping individuals cope with grief and loss. It is a real privilege to provide a safe and understanding space for my clients, ensuring they feel genuinely seen and heard, and therefore supported towards healing.