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Fearless Counselling in Cardigan | Rozanna Niazi

Feel free to send me an email via my contact page to help you decide if counselling is for you.

MEET ROZANNA, LLM (Mental Health Law), MBACP (Accred)

Welcome, I'm Rozanna Niazi....


PERSONALLY, I am a wife to a wonderful human and mother to three charming and funny, messy, teens. In our family, there are also two poodles and a very spoiled cat.

I live on our smallholding where I'm mostly found wearing overalls and wellies, chopping down trees, growing veg and raising sheep, bees and ducks - a far cry from my old life as a city solicitor. 


PROFESSIONALLY, I'm recognised as a senior therapist, helping people to learn how to better manage their mental health or navigate their relationship struggles. 


  • Retired Solicitor with a Masters Degree in Mental Health law

  • University Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Relationship Counselling

  • Advanced Diploma in Children & Young People’s Therapy


I have post qualification training in a variety of therapeutic modalities including Motivational Interviewing (MI), Ecotherapy, Attachment Theory and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT).

Professional Bodies and Accreditation


Currently, the therapy profession is unregulated and anyone can call themselves a therapist. Increasingly, people understand the importance of using a therapist who is appropriately qualified and competent, and is a member of a professional body. 


I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and Accredited by it. Accreditation is a recognition of my credibility, experience and the quality of the service I provide. It demonstrates my commitment to high standards to safeguard clients and assure you that you are working with a clinically competent, supervised and ethical psychotherapist.


About privilege, oppression & disclosure

I am a member of the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN) and, identifying as a neurodivergent person of colour, I respect and accommodate the cultural and identity differences of clients.


I am economically and educationally-privileged. Even if I share some of my identities with a client, I cannot know another’s experience, and it is my job and my desire to listen deeply to your individual experience. I welcome all conversations regarding my privilege and how it affects our work.

Rozanna Naizi Fearless Counselling, Cardigan, West Wales


Call me for a free, no-obligation chat to address any questions you might have. I approach problems with empathy and compassion, honesty and without judgment. I aim to guide you through the complexities of life and provide you with tools to improve your emotional well-being.

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