Clinical psychology and counselling service in Southeast London for Dulwich and surrounding areas. I am a HCPC-registered clinical psychologist and I provide assessments and evidence basedpsychological therapy for individuals, couples, families and groups. My main therapeutic approaches are cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and systemic therapy. I also use acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), narrative therapy and mindfulness techniques in my work.
I have many years counselling experience and am a Senior Registered Practitioner with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I have been accredited by the BACP since 1993. Ispecialise in one to one counselling and couples counselling for heterosexual and same sex couples in South East London (SE22). If you are struggling to cope with everyday life or if you just have a sense that life could be more fulfilling, it may be worth taking time to reflect on your situation.
Jealousy, depression, panic attacks, anger, fear, anxiety, problems with sleep, difficulties with sex, troubles with love and work. Any of these things can leave you overwhelmed, and seem impossibleto overcome on your own. By talking things through with someone who listens carefully, it can be possible to shift the burden so that you can get on again with your life.
I have had an established Psychotherapy practice in South London for over 25 years. My work experience has ranged from teaching Speech and Drama to boys in Glasgow; in a migrant school in Australia;Adult Literacy in London; Remedial education in a large comprehensive school in South London; teaching on a counselling course; running a therapeutic dance/movement group in a psychiatric hospital; leading a Dream Dance group using dreams with movement and bodywork.
Dr. Valerio trained as a Jungian Analyst whilst working as a senior clinician at Guy's Hospital. She graduated from the Universities of Edinburgh, Surrey and Kent, where she completed her Doctorate inPsychotherapy (2005). She is an experienced Supervisor and Lecturer in Psychotherapy and a Training Analyst and Supervisor for several different organizations and registered Psychotherapy and Counselling trainings.
I am a fully qualified psychotherapist with a special interest in research and neuroscience. My style of working is highly interactive and here-and-now focused (relational). I seek to engage with myclients fully in a two-way dialogue about how the quality of our relatedness informs us and shapes our sense of self and our perceptions of others.
I have spent the past 20 years exploring and studying personal growth, recovery from addictions and inner transformation. In my work, I draw upon a broad spectrum of psychotherapeutic knowledge andtune my approach to match the uniqueness of each person I work with. I am available for both short and long term psychotherapy or counselling in London. I am flexible in my theoretical approach depending on the particular needs of the client.
I am a registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor who has been practicing since 1989. I run regular Family Constellation workshops, and also provide supervision and training for therapists and othercare workers, consultancy and coaching in organisations.
Do you generally feel low or unmotivated? Does life feel like its getting on top of you? Do you feel that you don't fit in or have a sense of belonging? Could you benefit from a place to take sometime-out from life's stresses? How can you achieve your aspirations and dreams? Are race, colour and identity and big themes for you in your life? My name is Earl Pennycooke MBACP.
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a well-researched and effective approach to a variety of mental health problems. A large number of clinical studies have demonstrated CBT to be the besttreatment for depression and anxiety disorders, with long-term gains being maintained after therapy has ended. CBT focuses on changes in thoughts and behaviours to address problems or symptoms.