Individual Psychotherapy


The one who looks outside dreams, the one who looks inside awakens. 

Carl G. Jung

I am a UKCP registered transpersonal & integrative psychotherapist. I offer a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space for you to express and process whatever brings you to therapy. Perhaps you are going through a transition or a relationship breakdown, feeling low and unmotivated not knowing why, feeling dissatisfied with your job or relationship, maybe you feel stuck or you want to work on some issues from the past. Whatever brings you to take this step, it can be very supportive to talk about how you feel to someone who is authentically present to you, begin to address the root of these issues and feel empowered to make the changes you wish to make in your life.

I’m experienced in supporting people with a wide range of issues.

loss of meaning
body image issues
bereavement and loss
childhood abuse & trauma
cultural identity and belonging
experiencing creative blocks
relationship difficulties
eating difficulties
low self-esteem
life transitions


My Approach

I am trained both as a talking therapist and a creative arts therapist which means that I work in a unique way; with creative & imaginative tools as well as talking- depending on the needs of every individual. My approach is relational, soulful and integrative; I draw upon a range of theories including Jungian, developmental, psychodynamic and transpersonal.

To read more about my qualifications visit About Müge page.

How Can Therapy Help?

In my experience, therapy process can help us understand some of the unhelpful patterns we find ourselves stuck in and supports us in having greater awareness about ourselves, building our resilience, and accessing our inner resources. It is a transformative space where we can learn to live and relate from our authentic, creative, free selves- which I am passionate about in every individual.

It is a journey of homecoming to ourselves.

I work with clients from diverse backgrounds, ages and cultures, people whose first language is not English and have specialist experience in working with people who are living away from their home countries.

I am experienced in both short-term and long-term therapy.


What is the first step?

We'll have an initial contact via email or a brief phone call, and then meet for a first session. During this session we’ll talk about what brings you to therapy and decide whether we want to work together in supporting you.

I am available to work with you during weekdays, I also have limited evening availability. I don't work at the weekends.

How long does it take?

The length of therapy varies from person to person. I offer both long term/open-ended and short term therapy depending on the needs of the individual. We can discuss this together to find out what works best for you.

How often are the sessions?

Sessions take place weekly, same day and time every week. If needed, we can meet more than once during the week.

How much does it cost?

Session fee is £65 per 50-minute session. I offer a limited number of low-cost places.

Where does it happen?
My practice room is 5 minutes walk from Manor House tube station, North London.

Visit Contact page for the location details.

Reflections from souls I have journeyed with

  • " was a fantastic workshop - Müge, thanks so much for taking us on such an emotional and profound journey! Really looking forward to the next one!"

  • “....the question of 'where / what is home?'...I realised so much from such depth within me and my childhood in that day about what makes me feel safe and how important that is.”

  • “ It was an immensely rewarding journey...”

  • “Müge was inspirational. She somehow connected to my inner world, saw my worries and felt my wounds. She helped me to find a way to heal myself and get grounded...”

  • "It was a rich and soulful exploration - I loved the way Müge held the space and created the container for this.."

  • "Müge brings a playfulness and beauty to her work, also has a real soulful depth to it. She is able to hold this lightness and depth in a way that feels safe and supportive."

  • "From one of the workshops i attended, I remember the 'unbearable lightness of' being a feather....still to this's probably been 10 years...and I remember it often when I feel particularly stressed."

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