THE CENTRE FOR GENDER PSYCHOLOGY was founded in 1996 by husband and wife psychotherapists Nick Duffell and Helena Løvendal-Duffell in order to make real changes to the everyday lives of men andwomen and their families, in the crucial areas that really matter and that are least understood.
Issues they may bring include depression, anxiety, relationship or family issues, low self-esteem, anger, guilt, shame, grief or other worries, problems and challenges. I see people for counsellingand psychotherapy sessions in a relaxed, private and quiet office in Central London in Camden, NW1, very close to Mornington Crescent tube station. I am a Registered Member of both the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
And the day came when the need to remain closed became more painful than the risk to open. If you are finding life a struggle for any number of reasons, from a major life change to a loss orseparation, or an issue you cannot seem to resolve, you will find psychotherapy a very useful tool in removing the blocks preventing you from fulfilling your potential.
My name is Barbara Faden. I am an experienced, professionally trained psychotherapist and counsellor conveniently based in NW6, West Hampstead in North West London. Here you can feel free to talkabout your thoughts and feelings in a safe, private, confidential and supportive setting.
Are you feeling depressed, anxious or stuck? Do you struggle with relationships, family, or at work? Have you reached a crossroads, but are uncertain how to move on? Or are you finding it hard torecover after a loss or traumatic experience? Perhaps you've been thinking of seeking help, but don't know where to start, or whom to trust. I am a qualified, experienced counsellor and psychotherapist working in north-west London.
The ACP (Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists) is the main professional body for psychoanalytic child and adolescent psychotherapists in the UK. It is registered with the ProfessionalStandards Authority (PSA) and is responsible for regulating the training and practice standards of child and adolescent psychotherapy in a number of public and private settings. It was established in 1949 and has over 900 members working in the UK and abroad.
Highly experienced psychotherapist and supervisor. Having initially trained and worked as an art therapist, I then began training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at AGIP in my late 20s. Over the last25 years, in addition to seeing people privately, I have also been a tutor on various counselling and psychotherapy trainings, and worked for 10 years in a University Student Counselling Service.
When experiencing emotional difficulties it can sometimes be hard asking for help. Taking the first step may feel daunting but most people feel a sense of relief when they are able to talk about whatis troubling them. I have over 25 years experience of working therapeutically with individuals and groups. In 1987 I trained with Parent Network as a group facilitator, providing courses for parents.
Online, Telephone and Face to Face work. Depression. Anxiety. Relationships Abuse. Sexuality Crises. Bereavement and most other issues worked with. Psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors andtherapists using CBT, EMDR, psychodynamic, person centred, existential and other approaches in Nationwide referral network.
Many of us experience emotional difficulties at some point during our lives. At these times, we may turn to friends and family for help and support. But sometimes this is not possible, or not enough.It can be hard to seek help - perhaps you think that you should be able to sort things out for yourself. Maybe you feel embarrassed or ashamed of not coping. Or maybe things seem so overwhelming you can't imagine how they could improve. At this point, counselling and psychotherapy can help.