Vicki Morganti is a professional Counsellor (MA, BA hons, MNCS accred, reg.MBACP) and the owner of Realign Counselling.
Vicki works with adults experiencing a wide range of issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships issues, weight problems, gender and sexual identity, spirituality and the law of attraction, lack of confidence, lack of purpose or direction to name just a few and generally anyone feeling lost or stuck.
Vicki helps people rediscover and realign with their inner resilience, and specialises in anxiety issues and lack of confidence.
Vicki began her career in her early twenties as a Reiki and Karuna master healer but found it released a lot of blocked emotion which she was unsure of how to manage, so she began training in counselling in 1998 and has worked in the area of anxiety and depression for over twenty years.
Vicki has discovered that people are born resilient
but our culture, parents, society and life experiences can often undermine that resilience. This can cause people to lose confidence in themselves and their ability to cope with challenges, often developing negative or dysfunctional coping mechanisms.
Vicki originally trained as a Person Centred counsellor but has been influenced by many psychologists, psychotherapists, educationalists and motivational speakers over the years. Her approach blends counselling therapy with energy reading and healing to identify blocks and remove them, with ongoing coaching through a system she developed that teaches you various tools and simple steps to help you get back in control of your life, feel happier and navigate your way through life with confidence, calm and clarity. This approach is equally as effective over the phone, online or in face to face sessions.
As well as her private counselling practice, Vicki has also worked for over fifteen years with families, parents, children and young people, in early years settings, primary and secondary schools and youth services. As a result, Vicki discovered that some people can feel overwhelmed by the harshness of life, they learn to play safe, keep small, avoid taking risks and often override their intuitive impulses. This over time can lead to a loss of confidence in their ability to handle change, manage challenges and make difficult decisions.
When we try to be someone we are not, get lost in thoughts and beliefs, or try to keep ourselves small, we can eventually get lost which is the breading ground for anxiety, depression and overwhelm.
Vicki now works in private practice in West Byfleet, Surrey and lives with her husband and four children.
MA, BA Hons
(MNCS Accred, reg,MBACP)