About Aya

Aya Husni Bey

I have specialised in art, play, and mindfulness for over 20 years. I utilise all 3 methods in counselling. I have worked with adults, children and young people in both 1:1 counselling, and group facilitation; and we have worked through a wide range of issues. These include: anxiety and stress; depression and low mood; relationship issues; trauma; abuse; low self-esteem; as well as many other challenges.

I began my work in 1999, starting with supporting children through challenging family situations in Lebanon; where I was employed by the UN. I have worked in Laos, Libya, Lebanon, Turkey, France, Italy and the U.K. in a variety of therapeutic disciplines including: the Carl Rogers school of person-centred counselling (PCT); holistic and mindfulness practises; therapeutic play; leadership training; and spiritual retreats.

I have experience working with a range of abilities, diverse cultural backgrounds, and ages. Sessions through Skype can be arranged. You can contact me via email for any questions you may have.

Aya Husni Bey

Professional qualifications

Transpersonal Art Counsellor awarded by Tobias School of Art & Therapy & City & Guilds, Level 7 (MA equiv.)

Holistic Counsellor awarded by Working with People Trainings & Associazione di Categoria Professionale (S.I.A.F. Italia), 2017.

Therapeutic Play Practitioner awarded by Play Therapy UK (PTUK) & Canterbury Christ Church University, 2013.

Waldorf Early Years Teacher awarded Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship, 2009.

Bachelor of Arts Degree awarded by University of Brighton, 2006.

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