Roger trained at WPF Therapy, one of the UK's leading training institutes for psychotherapy. He holds a post-graduate qualification in psychodynamic psychotherapy, he is a member of the British Psychoanalytic Council and a member of the BACP. Roger has worked in London clinics, mental health charities and currently he is a member of The Inner City Centre. Roger specialises in working with people who have problems with anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and who may have suffered trauma and abuse.
£70 -£80 per session
Initial Consultation £70
As a professional psychotherapist, I offer you a safe, calm and confidential environment where you and I can explore any of your difficulties. Together we can begin to examine and make sense of the emotions you are experiencing, so that you can work through any painful or troubling feelings. I aim to enable you to 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 better able to function productively and creatively in your life.
My qualifications and experience
I hold a PG Dip in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (University of Roehampton/WPF Therapy) I also have a BSc in Biological Sciences (University of Edinburgh), and a Certificate in Counselling (WPF Therapy).
We all need to be listened to, supported and cared for at times.
I believe that being genuinely listened to, and understood by another person, can be of great therapeutic value. I hope to be that listening ear, that caring presence, and that person who you can work with, so that the painful or difficult things can be worked through, and new ways of being can emerge.
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