About Me

My name is Anjula Cheema and I am a British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) registered therapist. My work is governed by the BACP code of ethics. I provide therapy (short and long term) to both adults and young people in Milton Keynes (UK) and surrounding areas.

Since 2011, I have provided one to one therapy for a range of organisations based in Milton Keynes and London. Two of these delivered specialised therapy: one to young people (aged between 11-25) and the other to female survivors of domestic violence. I am currently working for both these organisations, a number of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP),which are offered by many employers, and run a busy private practice.

Through the above, I have worked with many clients on issues which include abuse including sexual abuse, trauma, domestic violence, self harm, low self-esteem and confidence, identity, cultural issues, transition, loss, anger, anxiety, stress, depression, and relationship issues.

My clients have come from a range of backgrounds and so I have experience of, and more importantly a great respect for difference/diversity based on grounds which include age, sex, religion, ethnic and cultural background and sexual orientation. I have an interest in how these kinds of differences influence our behaviours and emotional health.

I also have an interest in working with trauma and have received post qualifying training in this area.

Anjula Cheema

My Qualifications

I qualified in 2012 with a Masters Degree (with merit) in Integrative Counselling.

Post Qualification Training
  • Trauma and the Therapeutic relationship – Exploring the subtle process of embodied attunement, empathy and integration.
  • Working with the Body in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
  • The use of role in therapy.
  • Trauma, Dissociation and Recovery.
  • Working with Autism in adults.
  • Working with Birth Trauma.
  • Currently studying for an MA degree in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Counselling which has included specialised trainings in the use of sand tray and the creative arts, music therapy, autism, neuroscience, eating disorders, mental health disorders, and bereavement and loss.