Laura McCarthy

Ramsgate, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Laura McCarthy
Practitioner identifies as: Complex PTSD, Dyslexic
Practitioners' Race and/or Ethnicity: Irish, UK
Pronouns: She/Her

As a practitioner who is neurodiverse and embraces neurodiversity, I have a deep understanding of the challenges that individuals with learning differences often face, such as confusion, shame, the need for masking, and the feeling of being overwhelmed. If you’re grappling with anxiety, anger, depression, fear, or emotional pain, having a safe and empathetic space to express yourself and find understanding can be immensely beneficial.

Are you facing difficulties in your relationship? Whether both partners are neurodivergent or just one, are you struggling to effectively communicate, navigate your differences, or finding yourselves in frequent arguments? Consider the possibility of engaging in confidential and non-judgmental therapy sessions, where you can openly address your concerns within a secure environment.

If you’re interested in embarking on this therapeutic journey, I offer trauma-focused counseling for individuals and couples aged 18 and above. We can initiate the process with an initial session, during which we can both explore your needs and ascertain whether therapy aligns with your goals.

My passion lies in supporting individuals who have endured various forms of abuse and violence within their personal relationships, families, and social circles. I am attuned to the intersectional aspects of my clients’ identities, including gender, sexuality, and neurodivergence, and how these factors may have contributed to their experiences of oppression. My area of expertise encompasses aiding survivors of diverse mistreatment, encompassing domestic abuse, sibling abuse, sexual abuse, ritual abuse, religious/spiritual abuse, sex trafficking, involvement in cults, coercive control, and gender-based violence. If you have been diagnosed with conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Complex-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD), or Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), I encourage you to reach out for support.

I offer reduced rates for individuals who have endured abuse within relationships or groups. If this pertains to your situation and you wish to explore this further, please feel free to get in touch with me for a confidential discussion.

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