Therapist Details

Full Name
Mrs Marden Abdulla
Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science – Psychology (BLAS – Psychology); Master of Counselling
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Therapy Practice Details
Marden is an empathetic, holistic therapist who is passionate about building a collaborative and trusting relationship with her clients. Marden uses person-centred, strengths-based modalities to cater to the unique needs of each client. Marden’s therapeutic style focuses on empowering change through autonomy. Marden uses her years of study and experience to provide a warm and compassionate space for therapy. She has extensive experience working with a variety of clinical presentations, including mood and anxiety disorders, emotional dysregulation, childhood trauma and personality disorders. Marden draws on a variety of evidence-based practices including cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT), compassion focused therapy (CFT), trauma-informed practice, mindfulness and psychoeducation. Marden has a special interest in the long-term effects of complex developmental trauma and the relationship between attachment and wellbeing. Her work is supported by a social justice framework, which has informed her approach with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Marden holds a Bachelor in Psychology, Masters in Counselling and is currently working towards a Professional Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work. Marden is a Clinical Member of PACFA and an Approved Counsellor for Victims Services. Marden is bilingual and can provide therapy in Kurdish (Sorani).
Other Registrations

College of Counselling

Accredited PACFA Registrant

Practice Opening Hours
• Victims Services • Therapeutic Life Story Work International
Therapy Modalities
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy,Emotion-Focussed Therapy,Family therapy,Mindfulness-based therapies,Motivational interviewing,Narrative therapy,Person-centred counselling,Psycho-education,Solution-focussed therapy
Languages Spoken
English & Kurdish
Anger,Anxiety,Childhood or adolescent issues,Cultural issues,Depression,Family or parenting,Grief and loss,Low self-esteem,Mental health issues,Migrant issues,Personality disorders,Posttraumatic stress disorder,School counselling,Social skills,Stress,Trauma recovery

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