Nour El Masry Psychotherapy – Birmingham | Counsellor and Psychotherapist in the Jewellery Quarter


“It’s the relationship that heals,” Irvin Yalom


In therapy, we use something called Attachment Theory to understand how we connect with ourselves and others. It’s like a map that helps me guide you through the twists and turns of your feelings and relationships.

We look at how your early experiences with caregivers shaped the way you relate to people. Are you someone who feels secure in relationships, gets a bit anxious, avoids closeness, or maybe feels a bit all over the place? These patterns can tell us a lot about your inner world.

But therapy isn’t just about understanding the past; it’s about healing. I want our therapy space to be like a safe haven where trust can grow. It’s a bit like fixing up old wounds, making them hurt less and helping you feel more secure in your connections.

I also use mindfulness and tools for handling emotions. It’s like learning to untangle the messy feelings and finding ways to deal with them. This helps create a safe, comforting atmosphere—something like the warmth and understanding you might have wanted from caregivers.

My goal is to create a strong, secure bond with you in therapy. I want you to feel safe enough to explore your feelings and talk about whatever’s on your mind. It’s a bit like rewriting the story of your relationships, adding more security and support to your life. Together, we’re on a journey to build a stronger, healthier connection with yourself and others.

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