Angi Egan MBACP
Having qualified in 2000 I have worked in schools, GP surgeries, and latterly in private practice, predominately with young adults, graduates, and senior professionals using a person-centred approach alongside Gestalt, elements of CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), and extensive coaching skills.
In essence, I work with whatever approach I feel will bring the best results and be the most relevant for the individual, helping you to discover your own meanings and insights, instead of telling you mine.
Alongside counselling I have worked as a consultant to global corporates on areas such as leadership skills, brand culture, team dynamics, and personal empowerment, through utilising workshop facilitation, keynote speaker, one-to-one work, and group development on-site.
My area of focus is with menopause and the emotional impact on our relationships – with our partner, our family, our work colleagues, and most importantly, with ourselves. This includes providing a calm and non-judgemental place for men who are struggling to understand the changes in their menopausal partner.
In addition, the impact of grief. Bereavement could involve the death of a loved one, although less obvious aspects of grief can involve any form of loss that impacts our emotional and mental health – lifestyle, function, purpose, relationships, in fact, any aspect of our life where loss leaves us feeling hurt, distressed, defeated, and confused.