Roger holds a post-graduate qualification in psychodynamic psychotherapy, he is registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council. Roger has worked in London clinics, mental health charities and he also works as a supervisor at Mind in Haringey. In private practice Roger specialises in working with people who have problems with anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and trauma.
Time-Limited Therapy (12 sessions)
Long-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
PG Dip Psychotherapy
£70 -£80 per session
Initial Consultation £70
I am a fully qualified Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and Counsellor.
I trained at WPF Therapy, accredited by Roehampton University. I hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and a degree in Biology from the University of Edinburgh.
I have worked in both the private sector and for charitable organisations as a counsellor, psychotherapist, assessor and supervisor.
I currently offer open-ended long term therapy, and I also offer short term therapy and counselling (12 sessions).
I have experience of working with: trauma, survivors of abuse, addictions, anxiety, depression, and problems with relationships.
I will offer you a safe, caring and confidential environment where you and I can work together to explore your thoughts and feelings, with the aim of understanding the origins of any of your emotional difficulties, and you gaining relief from emotional and psychological suffering.
I believe that gaining insight into the nature of underlying emotional conflicts can help to bring relief. It can also open up the possibility of no longer repeating unhelpful patterns that previously may have held you back, or caused you distress.
Therapy is a collaborative process, and I will work with you so that you can develop new ways of approaching your life that are less affected by old patterns and painful emotions. Gradually working through painful or difficult feelings may bring you more understanding of yourself, and with this you can become more emotionally resilient, and you will be better able to function productively and creatively in your life.
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