I am an optimistic, compassionate and highly empathetic therapist who is passionate about personal growth and promoting positive wellbeing. I specializes in areas such as stress, anxiety, depression, relationships, childhood related issues, low self-esteem and personal development.
Kate Megase is a BACP (British Association for Counselling and
Psychotherapy) accredited Psychotherapist and the author of ‘Dump the
Baggage; A Therapist’s Guide to Building Self-Esteem and Positive
Relationships’. She is also a Clinical Supervisor and Certified Life Coach, as well as the Founder and Clinical Director of The Personal Growth and
Development Centre, a counselling service based in Croydon and Harley
Street, Central London.
She is a highly respected psychotherapist who has acquired a wealth of clinical knowledge, experience and, after having worked with both domestic and international clients for over 10 years (including Facebook, the NHS & Black Mind Matters UK), Kate continues to support organisations to champion mental health, empowers individuals to do the same and has a considerable track record of delivering high-quality services to an excellent standard.
Psychotherapy is a form of talking therapy delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change and/or enhance their wellbeing.
Stress in the workplace can have a significant, negative effect on productivity, staff morale and employee satisfaction. That is why I have created a Corporate Wellbeing Workshop to help organisations support their staff…
Kate is an experienced and qualified Clinical Supervisor offering online and face to face supervision both individually and in groups.
Starting up a private practice can be both exciting and challenging. Kate’s role is to make this process more exciting and less challenging.
Most people want to be happy in life and often choose to stay in their comfort zone without the drive to pursue deeper meaning, connection of fulfillment. This may work for them, however, if you are reading this, then it’s likely that you want more out of life – perhaps an extraordinary and impactful one?
Kate Megase is an inspiring, strong-willed and highly empathetic therapist and businesswoman who has over 10 years of experience, knowledge, testimonials and techniques to share.
A Therapist’s Guide to Building Self-Esteem and Positive Relationships
Checkout the book launch of “Dump The Baggage”
Testimonials describe what has been, and are a promise of what is yet to come.
I have been working with Kate at PGDC for over a year now, and she has been instrumental in helping me navigate some extremely difficult times and junctures in my life. She has been extremely helpful in allowing me to understand many things about myself in order to improve my relationship with those around me. I am extremely grateful for everything I have learnt from Kate and would definitely recommend the PGDC.
This was my first time with a therapist. Kate was amazing, flexible and Very comfortable to speak to. She really helped with opening up and getting to the root of a lot of issues within the relationship. Most of the sessions came with practical exercises and techniques to work through couples issues.
Helped gather clarity on issues I had neglected or didn’t understand before.
I still have work to do but I am glad I was able to start exploring areas of my life that seemed out of my control.
My therapist gave me space to be quiet and think through behaviours that I hadn’t before.
Having been features on the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the professional association for members of the counselling professions in the UK. Kate Megase is a Professional whose working ethics and professionalism is recognized
Having been featured on the panel of experts for waitrose health magazine, Kate reveals how to build a network for emotional and professional success
“It all comes down to how our minds work,” says Kate Megase, a psychotherapist and member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Kate Writes talks about why ‘mental load’ of family life so often fall on mums.
Our childhood relationships can have a significant impact on our adult relationships and our self-esteem. Psychotherapist Kate Megase describes how our attachments from childhood can influence our relationships both in our personal and professional lives.
When we have poor self-esteem, it can affect our choices in life and can trigger core negative beliefs of not being good enough.
Dump the Baggage will show you how to improve your self-esteem and let go of your past negative experiences so that your past experiences do not affect your future. Each chapter has an action plan to help you make life changes that will improve your relationship with yourself and others.