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  • Who do you work with?
    I work with young people aged 11-25 in individual psychotherapy presenting with a range of difficulties. I also offer consultations to help parents, family members or carers gain a deeper understanding of what their child might be going through and to think about different ways in which they can support their progress.
  • How long does each session last?
    Sessions last 50 minutes.
  • How frequent are sessions?
    Sessions are once a week. Occasionally, there are situations when it might benefit a young person to enter into twice weekly sessions. This might be discussed over the course of a young person's therapy.
  • How much do sessions cost?
    Sessions, including initial consultations, cost £75.
  • Where do sessions take place?
    I have a quiet, comfortable therapy room at City Road Therapy. The address is 335 City Road, London, EC1V 1LJ and is easily accessible via public transport. City Road Therapy is a five minute walk from Angel tube station and is served by a number of buses (ex. 4, 19, 38, 43, 56, 205, 214, 274, 341). There may also be a possibility to arrange sessions in other locations across North and North West London. Please contact me for details.
  • What is your training and experience?
    I am a fully-qualified child, adolescent and family psychodynamic psychotherapist. Training: - 'Psychological Therapies with children, young people and families', Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, MA (Distinction). - 'Working with children, young people and families: a psychoanalytic, observational approach, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, PGDip (Distinction). - Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy Skills, WPF Therapy. I am accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (Member number 25483). See link below for details: I am also a member of the Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists. Experience: I work in the charity sector for a young person's psychotherapy clinic in London where I undertake assessments, short-term and open-ended psychotherapy, as well as applied group work for young men using football. Prior to this, I helped establish a youth-work service for young people admitted to hospital and worked as a support worker for young people facing homelessness.
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