Carena Rogers

Integrative Counsellor
(MBACP reg.)



At different points in our lives we might feel lost and unsure what to do next. We might feel anxious or sad, perhaps stuck in ways of being that are affecting our relationships, work, or study. Therapy can help us understand ourselves better and heal from past pain and disappointments. Through this we may find contentment, direction, and self-acceptance.

As a therapist I am creative, compassionate, and curious. I offer a warm, safe, non-judgemental space in which to explore what is happening for you. Together we will focus on your emotions and ways of thinking to help you work through your individual experiences. This can help a deeper personal understanding to emerge that can support you to make changes in your life.

I draw on a wide range of approaches to tailor the therapy to who you are and what you want to explore. Most importantly, at the heart of my practice is a belief that change is possible for each of us; that we can all move from just surviving our lives to thriving.

Alongside my private practice I am a Counsellor at the Maya Centre and the Woman’s Trust, specialising in domestic abuse, childhood neglect, and abuse-based trauma.

I also have over 20 years of experience of working in public policy and have first-hand knowledge of the stress and anxiety that working in fast paced, competitive work environments can bring.

Therapy is personal and can be experienced differently by each of us. If you feel unsure whether it will be right for you, I offer an initial session for us to both see if we might work well together. Please get in touch to find out more.


My fees are £70 for a 50 minute session.


I am registered with the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), membership number: 379737