• Ioana Veronica Mason

    Qualified counsellor & Systemic Family Constellations Facilitator

How Can I Help You

My approach is flexible and tailored for everyone. For example, the Person-Centred approach focuses on the here and now, while the Psychodynamic approach explores the defence mechanisms that were formed in childhood to protect ourselves.

Welcome to Counselling & Systemic Family Constellations

It is my goal to create a safe and comfortable space, where we will work together to achieve your goal.

The vision I have about therapy is to gently challenge unhelpful thoughts and behaviours that may be negatively influencing your mood.

Health, growth and happiness comes from meaningful and fulfilling connection with ourselves and others. Revealing what is behind our disturbances can help us focus our efforts, to feel empowered and recover our lost potential.

I feel that therapy is not only for those who are going through a moment of impasse, I view it more as a "mental and spiritual hygiene" which can help us overcome everyday obstacles and get to know ourselves better.

I am trained and use elements of a wide range of therapeutic methods and techniques, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) - flash technique, Non-Violent Communication (NVC)- Restorative Circles, Identity-Oriented Psycho Trauma Therapy (IoPT), Internal Family Systems Model (IFS), Systemic Family Constellations, Hypno-Constellations, Trauma-Constellations, Inner Child healing, Advanced Shadow Work, Silva Method and Yagerian Therapy (Subliminal Therapy).

Ioana Veronica Mason - Qualified counsellor & Systemic Family Constellations Practitioner

Background & Qualifications

I have worked in healthcare industry and hospitality until I become a counsellor. Also, I have worked with children in a charity organisation and adults in a drug and alcohol recovery centre.

Therapeutic Counselling CPCAB

Therapeutic Counselling CPCAB

I hold a Therapeutic Counselling Diploma accredited by the regulatory authorities for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

ISCA Member - Systemic Constellations

Systemic Constellations ISCA

"ISCA serves as a hub & holder of systemic constellation work in all its settings and applications, for present and future generations of constellators." - isca-network.org

Counselling Psychotherapy BACP

Counselling & Psychotherapy BACP

I am a member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and adhere to its ethical framework for good practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find a short list of useful questions and answers to ease your decision to start the therapy process.

What is counselling?

Counselling is a process that focuses on improving the psychological well-being of an individual. Coming for counselling allows an individual to reach his full potential and live an enriching life.

What is online counselling?

Online counselling uses the internet to establish a private video session between the counsellor and the client. In a typical online counselling session, the counsellor will be in their office, connected to internet via a laptop/computer/phone with a webcam.

The counsellor will communicate with his clients via a soft: Skype, Zoom, messenger. Online counselling is convenient because clients can be located anywhere: at home, at work, on holiday. To participate in online counselling, clients require a webcam (standard with most modern smart-phones and laptop, computers) and an internet connection.

It is Ok to cry in the counselling session?

Usually, not everyone cries in the counselling session. However, almost everyone who engages in counselling does explore very strong emotions and most clients will experience tears at some point in their therapy journey.

How long does each counselling session last?

Each session will usually last 50 minutes up to an hour. However, this is often flexible and should be discussed with your therapist before attending the first session.

What happens in a counselling session?

We will talk about what you intend to achieve, how you are viewing the problem and how is affecting you right now, possible solutions or options and identify beneficial strengths and resources.

How many sessions will it take?

This is a difficult question to answer because it depends on several factors: including the complexity of the issue, regardless if this is a single issue or a situation that needs ongoing support. However, I usually ask people to agree to 4 – 6 sessions and then we will talk about what you have achieved so far or if there is more you would like to work on.

What are the risks and benefits of counselling?

There are risks and benefits of counselling. Benefits may include relief from distressing symptoms, improved emotional health, new perspectives to problem solving and decision making, stronger coping skills, more fulfilling relationships, increased levels of creativity, maturity, and intimacy, as well as improved physical health. However, significant personal change has the potential to be stressful and unpleasant and may include periods of intense emotions. Other risks may include an increased acknowledgment of feelings, values, and beliefs that could lead to new decisions, behaviours, and actions in your relationships.




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You will find here information about why choose me as your counsellor as well as my social media and address.

Why Me?

The passion for my work requires commitment on my part to stay up to date with the new ways of healing.

I am interested particularly in the question of belonging and identity, art and personal expression. Also, I have a deep interest in family contestlations.

Address & Phones

London, UK
‭+44 7831 043553

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