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Pindy Virdee

Counsellor and Psychotherapist

My name is Pindy Virdee – welcome to East West Counselling.
I am a trained psychotherapist with over 18 years’ experience working with individuals, couples and groups.

Some of my accreditations include being a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and a member of the UK Register of Counsellors.

I welcome all people – individuals, couples and groups – to join me in a safe, supportive, encouraging, non-judgmental, and nurturing space where they may explore and grow within themselves to ultimately enjoy a better lifestyle.

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Accredited by UKRC United Kingdom register of counsellors

Accredited practitioners of Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT)

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About Me

My core training is in Person-Centred, Transpersonal (beyond the person) Humanistic Psychotherapy, which has enabled me to work with people on a mental, emotional and spiritual level, empowering them to achieve a balanced lifestyle. My drive is to help people seek their hidden potential and actively engage with themselves.

Thanks to my British-Asian heritage, I can appreciate the diverse multi-cultural world we live in. I am also bilingual and fluent in Punjabi.

I have over 18 years’ experience working in the NHS, as well as running a private practice where I offer therapy to individuals, couples and groups. With my vast experience comes knowledge and with this knowledge I have successfully managed to help people help themselves.

Counselling and psychotherapy

Counselling/Psychotherapy plays a crucial role when needing to improve our mental health and wellbeing, as it allows us to talk freely about your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, supporting you to make a positive change in your future. Counselling therefore, is not a quick fix, it takes perseverance, patience and willingness to work with one another to overcome difficulties you may be feeling in your life. Counselling offers a safe space, with no judgement where you can explore who you are and go deep into your thoughts and feelings.

It is fundamental as a counsellor to understand and empathise with your client providing a safe environment, allowing you to explore your past, present and future. This allows you to identify, nourish and heal the wounds which may have been developed, thus enabling you to strive forward towards your future.

What is
client-centred therapy?

This approach emerged from the premise that we all have the ability to move towards a more fulfilling and satisfying way of living. This is a non-authoritative approach, where the counsellor trusts you to take more of a lead in the discussion and the pace of the session.

The key aim is to help you develop a greater understanding of yourself in an environment which allows you to resolve your own problems, through talking and discussing openly, without direct intervention by the therapist. The counsellor offers unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence to help develop change. I am merely a traveller on your journey, supporting you to develop a greater sense of self-awareness.

Is counselling right
for you?

Most of us at some point in our lives will experience a sense of feeling overwhelmed or “not ourselves”. Whilst it is not easy to open up about certain areas of our lives, which can bring discomfort or distressing emotions. Counselling offers the opportunity to express yourself to an experienced impartial listener – allowing for a different perspective, and helping to bring new insights and an alternative approach.

How I work

What areas do I work in?

My areas of expertise are very diverse, ranging from depression and anxiety, confidence, self-esteem and personality disorder, to relationship difficulties, loss and bereavement, abuse, childhood trauma, and parenting problems. My skillset is not limited to these areas and can be adapted to many different specialties thanks to my many years of experience.

Personalised sessions

There is no set time with counselling, it can be short-term (6-12 sessions), or continual. If you have any questions regarding bookings, the fees or general queries please do contact me at your earliest convenience.

Cost and Duration

Individual sessions last 50 minutes, and the price is £60 per session.

Couple sessions last 75 minutes, and the price is £75 per session.


I work Monday to Friday 8.30-19.00


My confidentiality policy is guided by the ethical framework set out by the BACP.

I can talk with you in more detail about the confidentiality agreements via telephone enquiry or during the first counselling session.

Find Me

I am located just off the A308 Windsor to Maidenhead Road (off Westbrook) and have ample parking for clients.
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Get in Touch


11 Broadwater Park


07887 728125
01628 781550



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Helping others live better

“You brightened my day through our sessions! Thank you for helping me see there is a light at the end of the tunnel”

“Thanks for all your help and support. I have finally found the real me and it is all down to you.”

“Thank you so much – your thoughtfulness has made me bright and happy.
Thank you for everything, you have made me realise I can change my life and value myself”

“Thank you so much for bringing me back. I never realised how far I had drifted from who I am.
My outlook has changed and I am in a much better place. This is all down to you. I am forever in your debt”.

"Hi Pindy. Just a quick note to say, 2 years on from our last session and we are still going strong!
Our daughter is growing up in a house full of love and smiles.
We often think about you as we owe so much to you for helping us communicate and get through bad times.
Thank you so much"

“Pindy, how can someone say so little but say so much. I thankyou for your patience and kindness, your knowledge and understanding. I am so scared for the future, but just have to remember what I’ve learnt. You are a great counsellor… I am sad to say goodbye and I’m going to miss you.”