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Name: Maggie Jamieson
Phone: 07821 265 402
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Maggie is an experienced Integrative UKCP Registered Psychotherapist who trained at Metanoia Institute.
Aside from her private practice her experience includes work in an NHS hospital psychotherapy unit, for the charity MIND and in a Hospice bereavement counselling service. She has extensive experience of working with people suffering from bereavement and loss and has an especial interest in this area.
Maggie has developed a flexible and compassionate way of working with people which encourages and gives space for self-reflection and insight.
In her private practice she sees individual clients for both short and long-term work.more info
Name: Diana Caine
Diana Caine offers short or long term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for people suffering depression, anxiety, conflict, loss, or problems with gender identity. She is a chartered BPS Psychologist, is HCPC registered and she has trained in psychoanalysis with CFAR and the Guild of Psychotherapists. She has more than 25 years’ experience in the NHS. In her private practice she works with adult clients who are looking for a safe, non-judgemental environment in which to talk about their distress, whatever the source.more info
Name: Doron Levene
Phone: 07932 844 023
Doron is an experienced UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor trained at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy. He has held a private practice since 1998 with individuals, couples, supervisees, coaches and corporate clients.
Past posts include Chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists Ethics and Equal Opportunity Committee.
Doron’s aim is to facilitate a space of basic security within which a person can make their own decisions about what is valuable for them. He seeks to develop an empowering practice within a culture of, mutuality, support and challenge.more info
Name: Katie Evans
Katie Evans is an experienced psychotherapeutic counsellor, with additional training in working with addiction, loss, LGBT issues, transidentified clients and specialising in chemsex. In her private practice she sees adult clients for short or long term therapy for a range of difficulties that they may be experiencing. Katie is an integrative counsellor which means she uses a range of skills and styles to suit you, and offers kink aware therapymore info
Name: Kei Iino
Phone: 0790 383 0761
Kei is an experienced MBACP registered counsellor working for the NHS and in private practice.
Her practice deals with a wide range of issues, including: life changes and transitions, bereavement / relationship loss, identity and sexuality, depression and anxiety, relational problems, issues of self-esteem.
Kei has trained integratively with the modalities of psychodynamic and developmental psychology; transactional analysis; gestalt; Jungian, archetypal and transpersonal psychology.more info
Name: Susan Quilliam
“Susan’s coaching helped me understand and get past my barriers to intimacy; my husband and I have discovered a new and wonderful side to our relationship.”
Susan is a relationship coach, supporting individuals and couples to find love, create and maintain relationships, overcome crisis, recover from breakup; her coaching approach is down-to-earth, providing support for clients to realise what they want from a relationship, and then to build the skills, strategies, confidence and congruence they need. Susan originally trained in psychology, education, counselling and neuro-linguistic programming; she is a General Member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, by whose Affiliate Code of Ethics she abides.more info
Name: Dr. Sabah Khan
Phone: 07930 320 310
Sabah qualified as a clinical psychologist (DClinPsy) seven years ago from University College London (UCL). She has extensive experience of working with neurological conditions (such as stroke, head injury and dementia), focusing on adjustment, emotions and relationships with individuals, couples and groups. She is also an Individual and Couple Psychotherapist and trained at Tavistock Relationships where she is faculty staff.
In her private practice, she sees individuals and couples for brief and longer-term psychotherapy with a diverse range of difficulties including mental health, behavioural, cognitive and relational issues.
She draws on a range of models and is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Systemic Family Therapy as well as Individual and Couple Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.more info
Name: Nicholas Jagels
Phone: 07890 320 661
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Nic is a BACP registered humanistic integrative counsellor who offers a safe, non-judgemental and empathic space to explore your feelings ,emotions, relationships, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour. Nic works with a wide range of issues. Nic also has experience working with clients who identify as LGBT, as well as those who don’t use labels to define their sexuality or identity. As an humanistic integrative counsellor, Nic draws upon various theoretical approaches depending on what best suits the need of the individual client. These theoretical approaches include humanistic, person-centred, psychodynamic, attachment theory, CBT, psychosexual, transactional analysis, existential, gestalt, group therapy and transpersonal. Nic offers both short and long-term therapy and has worked with clients from many diverse and cultural backgrounds and varying personal situations.more info
Name: Nayna Patel
Nayna is an experienced Counsellor – Psychotherapist trained at Middlesex University. She is a member of the BACP (British Association of counselling and psychotherapists) and a member of BAATN (Black African Asian therapists’ network).
In her private practice she sees clients for short or long term psychotherapy for a range of difficulties that they may be experiencing, ranging from anxiety, relationships, generational differences, divorce and separation, bereavement, depression, lack of confidence and low self-esteem and baby blues, her speciality is detachment of the parent and young adults (child) relationship within the ethnic culture.
As a person centred counsellor she will work with you as an individual, helping you to explore, grow and express to find your true self. Working in a flexible way using the Person Centered approach and believes growth comes for within.more info
Name: Christine Habermehl
Phone: 01234 83 10 83
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Christine is a BACP accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist, a Europe accredited EMDR Practitioner working towards EMDR Consultant accreditation, a Supervisor (individuals and groups) and a senior advanced Hypnotherapist with wide ranging knowledge and over twenty years experience in all aspects of psychotherapeutic work.
She offers a warm, professional and ethical approach working with both short term and long term contracts in private practice and for the NHS; providing counselling / psychotherapy, EMDR treatment and supervision. The types of issues she regularly works with include all types of trauma ranging from road traffic collisions, physical and sexual assaults / abuse, through to war related events, witnesses of crime, fears, phobias, anxiety, depression, bereavements and grief, education and sports performance and ‘mind medicine’.more info
Name: Kate Pactor
Phone: 07535 459 344
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Kate is an Integrative counsellor and uses a variety of approaches including person-centred, transactional analysis and CBT. She works according to the needs of the clients and believes that through counselling people can become empowered.
Counselling can enable people to work through difficult challenges and develop strategies for change. Kate specialises in sexual health, gender issues, bereavement, self-esteem, chronic health conditions and general counselling.more info
Name: Simon Hudson
Phone: 07772 034 475 Skype: simonhudson75
Simon is a fully qualified Integrative Psychotherapist trained at CCPE and Metanoia Institute. He is a UKCP Accredited Practitioner who has worked extensively with addiction and relationship issues.
He sees individuals and couples for short or long term psychotherapy with a range of issues. These include:
Low self esteem, anxiety, addiction, depression, relationship problems, recreational drug abuse, alcohol abuse, sexual abuse, sexuality, life crisis, loss of meaning, childlessness and issues of affairs and jealousy/envy.
Through therapy he will offer you a supportive and professional relationship to explore your feelings, thoughts and behaviour, to help you gain a clearer understanding of your life, your experiences and how the past influences you today. His clinical experience is in private practice, in the NHS and in the voluntary sector.more info
Name: Brian Murray
Phone: 07584 436 240 (voicemail - messages will be returned within 24 hours)
Brian (BSc, MSc) is a psychotherapist and registered member of the BACP. On top of his private work, Brian is a visiting lecturer for trainee psychiatrists and a consultant for a mental health charity. Previous experience includes the NHS, Harley Street and UCL student psychological services.
Brian’s personal style and professional training allow a ‘pluralistic’ stance to be taken in therapy. This values the unique ways in which individuals experience the world and tailors the therapy to include a range of psychological models to ensure the work is adapted and re-adapted throughout the journey.
Main therapeutic models: Integrative, (Systemic Therapy, CBT, Person Centred and Psychodynamic).more info
Name: Tania Perotta Clarke
Phone: 07828 623 038
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Tania is a fully qualified and experienced psychotherapist and a member of the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and Counselling). Tania currently works in private practice alongside her position as a low cost and NHS Counsellor.
People seek help from a therapist for all sort of very individual reasons. Often, these have to do with experiencing difficult or unmanageable emotions. Tania allows patients a unique space in which to explore their feelings, doubts and concerns in a confidential environment. When feeling safe, we are more likely to further develop as individuals while getting closer to our true selves. The exploration of unconscious conflicts, facilitated by the therapeutic relationship, often gives insight into issues previously unknown, as well as opening up new possibilities.more info