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 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 with erectile dysfunction, changes in lifestyle, independence, or the impact of menopause on their partner.
In addition, the impact of loss. Grief could involve the death of a loved one, although less obvious aspects 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.