Since 1983, we have provided interculturally tailored therapy to people in several North London boroughs through statutory contracts. We are now making our unique support available to a wider range of people through a new service called Nafsiyat Choice. We currently deliver individual therapy to people from any London borough on Monday and Thursday evenings. Our Choice therapy service is delivered on an open-ended and long-term basis.
Once you contact Nafsiyat letting us know you are interested in the Therapy we offer, we will contact you to offer you an assessment appointment. This can take up to 90 minutes with the assessor/therapist to explore and to discuss your emotional needs and to decide together how our therapy service can help. Upon the outcome of the assessment, you will then be referred to a suitable therapist who will contact you to offer you a weekly ongoing therapy session. Each session lasts 50 minutes.
Fee and methods of payments
The initial assessment session is £60. Our weekly fees will be between £40 and £80 per session depending on each individual financial situation, which will be determined during assessment. All fees are subject to a cancellation period of 2 working day. We accept payment by cash or by card on the day of the appointment.
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Nafsiyat Senior Psychotherapist, Baffour Ababio, was interviewed by Channel 4 News for a piece entitled “Black men ten times more likely to develop psychotic disorders – is there enough support?” which aired on Tuesday April 3rd.
The segment was fronted by Jordan Jarrett-Bryan, who interviewed Baffour at our centre in North Islington. It was filmed by Adeyemi Michael.
“Research show that if you’re a black adult male you’re 10 times more likely to be diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. But why? And is there enough support available to those with mental health issues before they reach the point of crisis. Because too often it’s only when the breakdown happens that contact is made with any kind of services.”Lear More