“Therapy has changed my life, I feel closer to the person I always knew I could be because of the conversations I have had with Sasha. Only sign up with Sasha if you are ready to be unapologetically honest with yourself and sometimes those truths will sting believe me. Once it passes the world seems brighter, life is lighter and goals/dreams seem more easily achievable. You know that quote ‘the only thing stopping you is you…’ – well Sasha helped me work out what experiences & traits within me have been stopping me.
Therapy sessions with Sasha made me realise I hadn’t put to bed wounds over 20 years old. I didn’t realise I hadn’t fully acknowledged or felt the pain of my own experiences. She taught me how to deal with this and then truly move through it.”
“Our sessions with Sasha has been a great way to explore our relationship and to understand how each other thinks which has improved our relationship. The sessions were very open and Sasha was good at picking up words or comments that I thought were ‘off the cuff’ remarks and drilling down into the detail as it became apparent they had more meaning then we’d realised!”
– G & D
“Sasha has guided me though an incredibly difficult personal journey of understanding and realisation. She has shown me the meaning and importance of self care. 5 months ago I found myself in a very emotionally stuck and painful place.
I didn’t think I could actually be where I am now, but I have slowly found my own way of seeing differently which has had a profound effect on day to day life, situations and relationships. I feel strong but with a calm and peaceful approach to my life. My strength has come from the conscious ability I now have to let go of all that no longer needs to cause me pain.
The word ‘ending’ used to terrify me, associating it with a past trauma, now the saying the word ending means it allows a beginning. This sounds cliched but utterly true – a warm a glowing lightness has replaced the hard unforgiving darkness I had previous to my sessions with Sasha. I can’t recommend her enough, thank you for helping me help myself.“