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Disree Shaw
Counsellor and psychotherapist
Disree Shaw

Disree Shaw

As a compassionate therapist, specialising in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Disree Shaw offers relief from a spectrum of emotional, behavioural and cognitive issues. She provides therapeutic transitions by attentively listening to her clients and formulating tailor-made solutions that improve lives. Disree is trained in psychotherapeutic counselling and as a CBT/rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT) therapist, she exudes empathy, wisdom and kindness in equal measure, attributes that her clients find comforting and reassuring. She earned her integrated advanced professional diploma from Regents University London College of Behaviour Therapies and Chrysalis Courses. She is a fully accredited, insured and qualified counsellor with the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society (NCPS).

Disree has a passion for men’s mental health, supporting the direction of the mental wellbeing of men. Based on studies demonstrating the significant need for men’s mental health support, Disree actively develops skills, techniques and resources to enable and empower men in emotional disturbance.

Disree has extensive experience in health and wellbeing, spanning over 20 years. She is knowledgeable in assessment and treatment of cognitive problems. An expert in her field, she has helped numerous clients deal with family conflicts, improve social skills and attain personal growth and development. She has had gratifying experiences witnessing the transformation of clients with stress, personality disorders and anxiety, using CBT tools.

Disree is well-versed with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Having worked with autistic young adults, she understands and tailors her counselling depending on individual needs. She helps young adults dealing with severe and complex anger outbursts, depression, oppositional tendencies and anxiety. Disree also works with schools and uses CBT to deal with high-risk violent cases. She uses a holistic approach to help parents deal with difficult teens.

Possessing a warm and friendly personality, the trained hypnotherapist creates a supportive and welcoming environment and a safe space for healing, for people to open up without fear of judgement. She offers personalised, engaging sessions to meet the needs of a wide clientele base. Additionally, she is an excellent communicator who gives her clients hope, optimism and motivation. Her innate listening skills enable her to understand and internalise issues and offer bespoke solutions.

Besides therapy, Disree is a talented author and ardent drama practitioner. One of Disree’s unique traits is how she strikes a balance of a naturally social person while maintaining high levels of professionalism. A talented motivational speaker, she aims to inspire and empower people. Disree’s objective is to help individuals forge forward in life by embracing a mindset shift, discarding self-limiting beliefs and building self-esteem.

If you are looking for a reputable and dedicated cognitive therapist who will guide you to achieve clarity of thought and develop beneficial behaviours and emotions, take the first step and contact Disree.

Training

  • Counselling Skills, Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Counselling Advanced Professional Diploma Chrysalis Courses Queen Mary University London
  • CBT/REBT Intermediate Diploma College of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies Regents University London
  • CBT/REBT Advanced Diploma College of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies Regents University London
  • CBT/REBT Integrative Advanced Professional Diploma College of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies Regents University London

Clinical articles and research papers

Parenting Wars: Ultimate Life Guide Series: Volume 1 Paperback – 2 Sep 2017

I aim to create productive solutions using g CBT/REBT and my role is to listen and to create pathways using counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tools. I understand and establish the presenting issues with a view to provide therapeutic transitions that benefits the individual.  I am skilled, experienced and trained in CBT/REBT and I have a natural, warm and friendly persona which is comforting, reassuring and directive in my methods. 

I have practiced CBT while working with young adults on the autism spectrum, with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum conditions (ASC). I use CBT methods to support individuals that present with oppositional tendencies, anger outbursts, anxiety and depression.  I have then moved on to working with schools and boroughs within the exclusions department and I support high risk violent cases using CBT. This was successful and provided schools, and the borough, with a remedy for situations that were viewed as ‘dire’.

I am a natural at empowerment, inspiration and motivation using a bespoke holistic approach and have over 16 years of service as a health and wellbeing practitioner for personal growth and development, anger management, anxiety, social skills, depression and family conflict.  

It was a natural step for me to write a CBT tool kit for parents dealing with difficult teens and this publication was written and published in September 2017. I am a qualified skilled Hypnotherapist, Counsellor, CBT/REBT Therapist, Drama practitioner and author. With a wealth of experience, skill and a natural health zest for life, I provide a healthy balance of professionalism and sociability.

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