My name is Christine Pericleous and I am a qualified psychotherapist since 1998. I trained with the Arbours Association where I gained a solid theoretical training and a unique clinical workexperience in Therapeutic Communities and Crisis Centre placements which helped lay the foundation for my work with people in emotional distress. I am a UKCP registered psychoanalytic psychotherapist practicing in Palmers Green, North London. I offer a safe and containing space.
I am a qualified psychologist graduated from the University of Buenos Aires and recognised in the UK by the British Psychological Society. I hold a Postgraduate degree from the Complutense Universityof Madrid in Social Psychology. I work from an Integrative Humanistic Approach which means that I use techniques and knowledge from various backgrounds in order to suit your needs. Humanistic psychotherapy encourages personal development and helps you discover and realise your potential.
Beginning the therapeutic journey is a difficult step for many people, but is also the beginning of a better life for most. I hope that this web site will help you understand how psychotherapy canbenefit you, the counselling process, and enough about my approach that you will want to make contact and start your own journey. Most come to psychotherapy because something is troubling them.
I am experienced helping people with a range of emotional and psychological difficulties including; abuse, addictions, bereavement, depression, eating disorders, identity issues, low self-esteem,personality disorders, relationship problems, stress and work related difficulties. My experience is gained from working in a range of settings including for the NHS, in charities (Kids Company, Positively Women and Fleet Counselling) in schools, Higher Education and for EAP services.
For the last twelve years I have worked as a psychotherapist and counsellor in the Stoke Newington, Hackney and Islington areas. I hold a postgraduate diploma in Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy— a two year course run by the South Bank University in conjunction with the Whittington Hospital — and a Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling from London University.
My name is Eileen Toibin and I have been working in North London as a psychotherapist for seventeen years. I am based in Crouch End, very close to the Clock Tower. I offer psychotherapy and acounselling service in this part of North London. I also offer professional supervision to psychotherapists and counsellors who are in training, or, who are trained but who wish to develop a deeper understanding of the psychoanalytic method. I am trained as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist.
My name is Simona Panetta-Crean and I have been a practising Jungian Psychotherapist and Analyst in North London for the past 20 years. I am committed to providing counselling, psychotherapy andanalysis in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment. Psychotherapy and Analysis can sometimes seem mysterious, even a little intimidating. The terminology used can be opaque and confusing to a lay-person. You may be wondering what is involved and will it be the right thing for you?
I am a Consultant Psychiatrist In Cognitive Behaviour Therapy at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and The Priory Hospital North London. I specialise in obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), bodydysmorphic disorder (BDD), health anxiety, depression, and a specific phobia of vomiting (emetophobia).
I am registered with The British Psychoanalytic Council and also with the Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Section of The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. I am committed to helping peoplefrom all sections of the community fulfill their potential and face their futures without anxiety.
Jayne Ropelato is an experienced counsellor with a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, accredited by the University of East London. As a member of the British Association for Counselling andPsychotherapy she works within their ethical framework for professional conduct. Jayne has a nursing background and draws upon her years of working with adults and children with health needs in her counselling work.