Counselling, Psychotherapy and EMDR

Resolve emotional issues and improve your mental health and sense of well-being, all in a supportive and safe space. 

My goal is to help my clients lead happier lives, by helping to increase their self awareness, learn coping skills and feel more in control of their lives. Invest in yourself and make time for your wellness.

Jindy Johal

BACP Senior Accredited Psychodynamic Counsellor and Psychotherapist
Registered MBACP (Snr.Accred)
BPC Accredited DIT Practitioner
EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner
MEMDR UK & Ireland
Clinical Supervisor

People from all walks of life decide to work with me to overcome various difficulties, a commonality being that they all want to make positive changes. I am a fully qualified, insured, and experienced counsellor and psychotherapist. I am a senior accredited member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and abide by their code of ethics. I am also accredited by British Psychoanalytic Council and an EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner.

Having had experience of offering short- and long-term counselling for individuals and couples, as well as facilitating therapeutic groups, I receive regular supervision for my work as per the requirements of the professional bodies with whom I am a member. I am an insightful and reflective practitioner and draw upon my extensive training and specialist experience to build a trusting, confidential and safe environment so that you feel contained and listened to. I balance professionalism with warmth and acceptance.

During our therapy sessions, you and I will work together to understand you, your thoughts, feelings, and the choices you make or struggle to make.

Difference between Counselling and Psychotherapy


Counselling is usually a short-term therapy option and tends to concentrate more on current difficulties. It means talking to a therapist who is trained to help you talk about yourself and your difficulties. You will be helped to understand your current situation better and move forward in a positive way.


Psychotherapy is more in-depth than counselling and therefore is a longer intervention. We would be able to work with a wider range of issues. During psychotherapy, you will be helped to consider how your life experiences influence your current thoughts, feelings, relationships, and behaviour. This understanding will enable you to deal with difficult situations more effectively.

Need Professional and Business Support?

Professional Support

Clinical supervision for counsellers and psychotherapists.

Business Support

Providing critical incident support and therapy for your employees.

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common questions

50 minutes per session

Yes, I am registered with the major insurance companies such as Axa and Aviva. Please check directly with your insurance provider to see if you are covered.

Most clients attend once a week. After a therapeutic relationship has been established, and the client has made progress, fortnightly sessions are an option.

Yes, unless there is a risk of harm to you, or someone else. I would discuss with you, where possible, if I ever have to break confidentiality.

You can use the contact form, email or call me.

From £70 a session for self funding clients. For insurance referrals, please check with your provider if you have to pay an excess fee.

I always encourage people to contact a few therapists, by email or call. By doing this, usually people are drawn to a particular therapist.

This is difficult to say, as we are all different, trying to work through different issues. We can discuss this during the initial assessment sessions. Some clients know how many sessions they can afford, in which case, we discuss together which issues we need to prioritise and aim to work on these within our timeframe.

I offer video sessions to reach a wider client base. For in person sessions, I have an office close to the City Centre on New Walk, Leicester.