Eleonora Corvetta

About

Eleonora Corvetta is a qualified counsellor having trained at Re-vision, Centre for Integrative Psychosynthesis. Moreover, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Universita’ Vita-Salute San Raffaele and a Master’s degree in Psychodynamics from the British Association of Psychotherapists. Eleonora is a counsellor at the Wimbledon Guild working with adults and adolescents. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Location

Bank and Putney, London, EC2N 2QP,

Specialties

  • Anxiety, phobias and panic attacks
  • Depression, grief
  • Obsessions OCD
  • Sexual problems, sexual identity and LGBT
  • Sleep problems
  • Addictions (alcohol, substances, gambling etc.)
  • Problems of personality and self-esteem
  • Behavioral and emotional difficulties in childhood / adolescence
  • Problems of anger and impulsiveness
  • Psychosomatic problems and chronic diseases

Skills

I am an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist working with adults and young people in private practice. My practice is located in Bank and Putney. I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and a therapist for Anxiety UK.

Articles by Eleonora Corvetta

Q: Why did you decide to go to therapy? A: I chose to go to therapy because I couldn’t face my problems alone anymore and because my mother suggested it to me.   Q: What issues were/are you struggling with? A: I had problems relating to my teachers and schoolmates and it caused me panic…

Q: Why did you decide to go to therapy? A: “My new job required me to often speak in public and I was tired of having to deal with such high levels of anxiety on a regular basis.”   Q: What issues were/are you struggling with? A: “Fear of public speaking and blushing”   Q:…

Q: Why did you decide to go to therapy? A: “Because I felt like I needed the help in order to change my life for the better.”   Q: What issues were/are you struggling with? A: “Depression”   Q: What type of therapy did you choose and why (orientation, frequency, long/short term)? A: “I saw…

Introduction Chronic insomnia refers to symptoms that persist nightly for at least six months. For the sleep condition to be referred to as insomnia, it requires three characteristics: (i) poor sleep for at least six months, (ii) daytime impairment, (iii) the inability to be justified by other mental or physical conditions (e.g. asthma, heart disease,…

Hypnosis can be described as a relaxed state in which a person responds more easily to suggestions and ideas offered by the therapist. These suggestions have the purpose of helping the client overcome their problems and achieve their goals. Being in hypnosis is very similar to being absorbed in a book or in a scenic scenery…

Anxiety is a normal part of life, in fact, everyone experiences some anxiety at one point or another. It is an evolutionary response that helps us avoid dangerous situations. However, when anxiety is more severe and long lasting, it may result in an anxiety disorder and interfere with a person’s everyday life. Anxiety disorder can…

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