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Counsellor & Supervisor

Hi, my name is Nandi Kriwaczek.  I offer a warm and collaborative counselling service based in South Wales.  

As a relational integrative therapist, I work predominately using person centred and psychodynamic models of working.  I also have a particular interest in eco-psychology, and have knowledge of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Life Coaching.

I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), as well as a University Lecturer on the Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy course at the University of South Wales.

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Session Fees

I offer face to face and counselling, to allow flexibility when booking, depending on your needs.


I work with both individuals and couples.

I work in person and online with individuals, couples and supervisees.


Individual - £60
Couples - £100 (£350 for block booking of 4, paid in advance)


Individual supervision is £60 for an hour.  

Group supervision sessions of 2 hours can be arranged on request, at the reduced cost of £30 per hour, per individual (groups of 3-4).

Professional Qualifications

  • BACP accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, University of Wales, Newport

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Consultative Supervision, University of Wales, Newport

  • MA in Consultative Supervision, University of Wales, Newport

  • BSc in Psychology, The Open University

  • IIC&M accredited Level 7 Life Coaching Diploma 

What is counselling?

Counselling is an opportunity for you to talk about your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment without fear of judgement or criticism.  Whether you are currently experiencing difficulties or you want to understand yourself better, speaking to a professional can help make sense of things. 


Counselling works by creating a space in which you experience being understood and heard.  There are times when it can be too difficult to talk to those who are close to you, as they may be dealing with their own difficulties or may be unable to hear what you are really saying.  

Why come to counselling?

People seek counselling for many different reasons.  You may be experiencing relationship difficulties, or perhaps there has been some major life event which has affected you.  Or maybe you are struggling with stress, anxiety or depression and want to understand what triggers your negative thinking patterns. 


Coming to counselling doesn't mean that you are unwell or unable to cope with things. If anything it shows that you have the courage to face reality head on and look at the things that are challenging you.  


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