Ease Wellbeing

Dan Isitt

Honorary Counsellor working with clients in Clapham and Online

Dan is a dedicated trainee psychotherapist committed to promoting holistic well-being within the framework of EASE Wellbeing. Dan completed his post-graduate foundation year in Counselling and Psychotherapy at Regents University, and he is currently midway through a post-graduate Masters program in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of East London, specialising in integrative modalities.  He has completed extensive programmes in meditation and breathwork, as well as third-wave CBT such as compassion-focused therapy.

Dan’s professional trajectory has been shaped over 12 years of service within the charity sector, where he has made significant contributions to organisations supporting homelessness, education, the arts, mental health, and refugees. This extensive experience has given him a deep understanding of the complexities of human experiences and the importance of compassionate care.

Dan has been a long-term volunteer with Samaritans, Crisis at Christmas, and various soup kitchens across the UK and has worked with young people from under-represented and marginalised communities. His commitment to kindness, warmth, and compassion underscores his therapeutic approach, as he firmly believes in the transformative power of genuine human connection.

In his therapeutic practice, Dan fosters a safe, non-judgmental environment wherein clients can authentically explore their emotions and experiences. Grounded in principles of empathy and therapeutic presence, he guides individuals through journeys of self-discovery and emotional healing.

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