Bee Shehata-Jakab

Integrative Counsellor and Supervisor

BA in Education with Psychology; Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling: Integrative Pathway; Certificate in Counselling Skills; Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling; Certificate in Mental Health Aid., Certificate in Clinical Supervision

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“You can’t go back and change the beginning but you can start where you are and change the ending.” (C. S. Lewis) I believe therapy not only offers a space for processing confused, difficult or painful feelings but also creates an opportunity for self-discovery and self-development. I offer a safe and compassionate space, where you can explore things you may never have talked about before.

AbuseAging ConcernsAnxietyAspergersAttachment TheoryCodependencyCultural and Systemic OppressionCultural CongruenceDepressionDivorceDomestic AbuseFamily CaregivingFamily ConflictGender IdentityImmigration/AcculturationInternet AddictionInterpersonalLGBTQ IssuesLoss or GriefPanicParentingPersonal GrowthPersonality DisordersPolyamorous and Open RelationshipsPsychodynamicRacial IdentityRelationalRelationship / Marriage IssuesSelf-EsteemSelf-HarmingSexual AbuseSpiritualitySuicidal IdeationTraumaWomen’s Issues

“Every person must choose how much truth he can stand” (Irvin D. Yalom) Online, In-Person, Walk and Talk My priority is to provide a confidential, empathic and accepting atmosphere in which you are free to question, reflect upon and express your true and unique self. Through a relationship built on trust, we work together to find your own way in the maze of life. I offer an open, supportive and healing space to process your feelings and strengthen your identity. Together we explore your experiences and the way these shape the person you are and wish to become. In our work together I offer you the benefit of creative techniques, such as ‘dreamwork’, ‘chair work’, ‘therapeutic journaling’ and using ‘images and symbols’. Being an Integrative Therapist means that I can utilise my understanding of the Psychodynamic, Humanistic and CBT approaches. However, my specific approach is always tailored to my client’s therapeutic needs as I recognise that each person is unique with a multitude of distinct experiences and feelings. I can offer therapy in Hungarian as well as in English, if you would rather speak in your native language. I am an LGBTQ-affirmative therapist. I also provide clinical supervision for other therapists.

"Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you." (Jean-Paul Sartre) I am a qualified Integrative Therapist and an accredited registered member of the National Counselling Society and a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I offer therapy online and in person. I provide both time-limited and open-ended therapy for adults. Besides working as a private practitioner, I also have experience in working with NHS patients. I work with individuals and couples. Areas I have worked in include but are not limited to: - anger and conflict management - coping with anxiety and panic attacks - bereavement, grief and loss - childhood experiences and trauma - depression, low moods and suicidal thoughts - relationship challenges, infidelity and break-up - identity crisis and questioning a sense of self - aspects of LGBTQ and gender and sex diversity - increasing self-awareness and self-esteem - dreaming and nightmares - workplace difficulties ​I am especially interested in providing support for identity and relationship issues.  Being unable to express or accept your true identity may generate a myriad of unwanted feelings such as guilt, low self-esteem or anger. Therapy can support you to uncover your strengths and develop new skills that will allow you to deal with the challenges that arise in life.

Type of Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Existential Therapy
  • Humanistic
  • Integrative
  • Person Centered Therapy
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
Client Type
Type of Session
Fixed TermLong Term (Face to Face)Online TherapyShort Term (Face to Face)