About me

Anna Faff

            In my practice, I take a holistic view of a client. During the sessions, I apply traditional psychology, yoga, NLP and ayurvedic expertise. I offer a safe and encouraging environment where a person does not feel judged but secure, accepted and safe.

             People who come to me are experiencing detachment, unexplained pain, and a lack of stability. Along with high levels of emotional distress, mood difficulties, shame, guilt, difficulties with self-esteem and difficulties in life in general. During the sessions, I work with the client to determine the real reasons for someone’s state and achieve a safe and healthy outcome.

            I also work with ASD/NT couples. Being married to an ASD man for over 14 years, I can understand the difficulty from both sides. I am passionate about ASD and NT relationships, and I believe it can be as fulfilling and nurturing as any other. I have researched ASD, attachment style and mental health in adults. 

            I am a Master of Psychology (MBPsS), and I hold accreditation from GBC. I follow the ethics and code of conduct of the British Psychological Society.


  • MBPsS, MBA, MSc, MC
  • GBC of the British Psychological Society
  •  ABC level 4 Diploma in Counselling
  • Individual Member of BACP
  • Yoga teacher (500hrs)
  • Ayurveda Advanced Practitioner
  • NLP Practitioner
  • Yoga Trauma therapy

Specialise in:

  • Depression
  • Trauma & PTSD
  • Attachment disorder
  • Emotional processing disorder
  • Autism in adults ( Asperger Syndrome)
  • ASD/ NT – couples therapy
  • Dementia – memory disorder assessment


  • Psychotherapy
  • Yoga
  • Yoga therapy, trauma therapy
  • Ayurveda consultation
  • Coaching – life changes

Training & interests:

  • Autism and Girls; Profiling Abilities – Professor Tony Attwood
  • Autism and Family Dynamics, and Special Interests -Professor Tony Attwood
  • Suicidal Prevention skills, Papyrus, UK
  • Neurological diagnostics – Memory
  • Borderline 7 CHAD personality – diagnostics
  • International leadership Program
  • More Than Words – How to bring the body into therapy: