Project Description

Anoushka Beazley, Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist and Counsellor, MSc, Dip, Certified Transactional Analyst, CTA, Diploma in Trauma Therapy. BA (Hons), MA.

Happiness has been suggested by ancient philosophers as a habit we must practice rather than something that happens to us. There are times in our life when we struggle with the idea of happiness.
Certain experiences and events can make it more difficult to cope and find a way through.

Anoushka is an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor. She provides a confidential, safe and non-judgmental space and sees the therapeutic relationship as an anchor during times when life feels too overwhelming to go it alone. She believes people are unique beings with their own story and works intuitively and with compassion – everyone has the right to feel understood.

Anoushka’s personal approach is formed from Transactional Analysis; the social and behavioural study of human interaction. Attachment theory; the first pattern of relating formed via parents and family experiences and existentialism; the philosophy of how we manage ‘being’. She asks who we are in the world, what we want in our lives and how we make our choices.

Within her private practice and as a practising counsellor in multiple GP surgeries within the NHS, Anoushka is highly experienced in working with clients presenting a range of conditions including;
Depression and Anxiety
Trauma and Abuse
Childhood Neglect and Abandonment
Cultural and Race Issues
Family and Social Relationship Difficulties

Anoushka is one of the in-house counselling teams at the charity Rahab.

Many of her clients work internationally in high-profile occupations and Anoushka is sensitive to these pressures. Before entering psychotherapy, Anoushka worked in the arts for ten years as a television researcher and then in theatre as a trained actress. She writes fiction and nonfiction with articles published in various mental health journals as well a novel and short stories.

Recent publications include:

Normativity, Marginality, and Deviance in a Psychiatric Placement: A Parallel Process. Read article >

Creativity: A Conscious Imaginative Approach. Read more >

Anoushka is an active member of professional bodies; BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).



10 Harley Street, London W1G 9PF
+44 (0) 207 289 5656


A sense of feeling depressed but not knowing why? Struggles with work, family, relationships can create a sense of anxiety, am I good enough? Am I too different? What’s wrong with me? Why is it all so hard? Counselling and psychotherapy can help us overcome obstacles we face. Do you feel your grief unbearable? Are there complicated feelings around sexuality, gender, religion, race, culture or self-esteem? Have you been carrying abuse and trauma and need somewhere safe to tell your story? Or is it still unknown? A feeling that something is wrong but you don’t know exactly what it is. That’s ok. You are not alone.

She has experience working with an extensive range of issues including and not limited to:
Depression, anxiety, Childhood emotional neglect and abandonment
Miscarriage and fertility problems, trauma, abuse, PTSD, domestic violence, suicidal and intrusive thoughts, self-harm, co-dependency, relationship and social difficulties, Loneliness and Isolation.