Courteous Charlot Cauchi joined the Willingness Team around a year ago as a Gestalt psychotherapist. He is a hardworking, grounding yet humorous individual who has been quite a welcoming addition to the team. Read on more to learn about Charlot’s role at Willingness.
1. Describe Willingness in 3 words
Charlot: Ambitious, Forward driven, Exciting
2. What’s your role at Willingness? What does it consist of?
Charlot: I am a Gestalt psychotherapist and at Willingness I work with adult clients with mental health difficulties, anxiety and depression, loss and grief, traumatic experiences, stress and relational issues.
3. Why did you choose Willingness?
Charlot: Willingness represents an organisation which at heart are the clients who seek its services and are not afraid to discuss and offer services considered taboo subjects in Malta.
4. What do you like the most about your job at Willingness?
Charlot: The opportunity to meet people from different walks of life both as clients in my therapeutic work and in the team of professionals which are part of Willingness.
5. How long does it take you to get to Willingness?
Charlot: Depends from where I am leaving from which can vary from Mellieha or St Venera or Hamrun. It varies from 15 minutes to 45 minutes.
6. What would you say to a colleague who’s thinking about joining the Willingness Team?
Charlot: That it is a good opportunity to develop yourself as a professional and to learn about other professions that offer services to clients specific needs.
7. What have you learnt since joining Willingness?
Charlot: I have learnt to do more research and write up blogs on interesting subjects. Also meeting different clients with different backgrounds that support my professional growth.
8. Does Willingness add to your practice? If yes, what?
Charlot: Yes, it adds more access to support on a regular basis and opportunities to learn and develop professionally.
If you’d like to book an appointment with Charlot or another professional from the Willingness Team, you can do so here.
Curious to see what Charlot has to say about Depressive Disorders? Read his Myth-Busting blog here.