Izabel Nedeva MSc. MSc. MBACP
Welcome to my website! I am a licensed Cognitive Behavioural Therapist specializing in the treatment of anxiety disorders. I have gained a professional registration with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP; registration number: 376943) and a provisional accreditation with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP; accreditation number: 170598). My job is to help you make sense of your struggles and to help you overcome them efficiently. I conduct psychological assessments of common mental health problems, provide individual therapy to adults (18+) and facilitate online wellbeing programs on www.selfcareskills.com. I use evidence-based psychotherapy for treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, low self-esteem, anger issues, relationship problems, post-traumatic stress disorder , sleep problems and challenging life transitions.
Qualifications & Training
I work with variety of common mental health issues, however, the treatment of anxiety disorders is main area of expertise. These include:
- Prenatal Anxiety: characterized by excessive worry and anxiety experienced by women during pregnancy.
- Postnatal Anxiety: characterized by excessive worry and anxiety experienced by women after giving birth.
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): characterized by chronic anxiety, excessive worry and tension.
- Panic Disorder: characterized by unexpected and repeated panic attacks.
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): characterized by recurrent, unwanted and intrusive thoughts and/or repetitive behaviors.
- Health Anxiety: characterized by an obsessional preoccupation with the idea that one is currently (or will be) experiencing a physical illness.
- Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD): characterized by overwhelming anxiety and excessive self-consciousness in everyday social situations.
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DON’T HESITATE TO REACH OUT
Reaching out for help can sometimes be very hard. It is completely normal to feel nervous and even hesitant. Please remember that you are not alone, no matter how much you think you are. One quick message outlining the difficulties you are going through may be the first step towards overcoming them!