Welcome to Joel Korn Psychotherapy
Hello and welcome to my website. I am a Body and Trauma Integrative Psychotherapist and Supervisor with experience of offering counselling services to individuals and groups, adults and young people aged 13+.I am able to offer short-term and long-term work, I am able to meet with you in East Finchley, Liverpool Street, London Bridge or via Skype in English.
I like to work creatively with my clients integrating body work, creative writing and art materials. In the therapeutic work we do together, I will provide you with the best of care, and develop a professional relationship based on confidentiality, trust and respect.
I work with a wide range of presenting issues including dealing with anxiety, confidence, depression, isolation, long-term chronic illnesses, loss, personal development, relationships, self-esteem, social anxiety and stress.
For my counselling specialisms please go to each section to find out more:
“I wanted to thank-you for your help in the past. Although, not obvious at first, with your guidance and good counselling, I did manage to improve my situation”
Therapy Group Participant
“Thank-you very. Much for all the help and support you have given me and I wish you all the best for the future”
Individual Therapy Client
“I’ve learnt so much from you, especially, the importance of boundaries in Peer Support and Therapeutic Work and this supported me to put boundaries in place in my general everyday life”
From Joel’s Blog
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare In this blog I am going to explain a bit about the change of branding and why language and names are important in the therapy room. I may be showing my age, I remember...read more
In this blog I am going to talk about the concept of Transition. At the start of my week I offer group work around bereavement to those aged 18+. The themes in the middle of my week are culture, emotional well-being, gender, identity and sexuality.read more
In this blog I am going to discuss loneliness, not such a new phenomenon. Loneliness has often presented itself in my therapy room. In my younger years loneliness was a feeling that I would do anything to avoid or find ways to numb it away.read more
In this blog, I am going to look at Transcultural Therapy (also known as Intercultural Therapy) and explore how it differs from mainstream counselling. The approach considers the whole being of the client and the client’s cultural experience in the world...read more