Attachment-Based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Counselling, Supervision and Training in Stoke Newington, North London
I am a qualified psychoanalytic and attachment psychotherapist and counsellor and highly experienced supervisor and trainer registered with UKCP and BACP (listed on its accredited register which is recognised by the Professional Standards Authority). I have written on various aspects of attachment and have recently been appointed Attachment Theory consultant to the Bowlby Centre.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Counselling in North London
Having originally qualified in counselling in the 1980s, I undertook a four-year professional training in Attachment-Based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. I have a private practice, teach, and offer CPD days for organisations such as the Wimbledon Guild, Brighton Therapy Partnership, Surrey Counselling Training, Confer and PsychotherapyUK.
My main practice is in Stoke Newington, Hackney, and I work with individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds and ages
My own institute, The Bowlby Centre, approves me as a psychotherapist and supervisor for its trainees, as do a number of other therapy and art therapy training institutes.
Sessions are run from my consulting room in Stoke Newington, North London. This is within easy reach of the City, Islington, Highbury, Finsbury Park, Tottenham, Hackney, Stamford Hill and the surrounding areas of N16. I also have a practice in Cavendish Square in the West End.
Training Courses and one-day Workshops
I have been involved in psychotherapy education for more than twenty-five years and currently provide training and CPD days for counselling organisations, specialising in attachment, life stages, bereavement and dreams. A number of my articles have appeared in professional journals and I have edited four books to date. The most recent, Attachment, Relationships and Food: From Cradle to Kitchen is published by Routledge.
PLEASE NOTE: the Bowlby Centre conference on 26th February, Attachment, Identity, Community and Food, will be a hybrid event. There are limited in-person places available (with Covid-safe requirements) but it will also be live-streamed. It will NOT be recorded.
Linda Cundy - Attachment, Greed and Generosity: Feeding Ourselves and Others
Toni Hoskins: Fingers and Forks: Sight Loss, Community and Food
Julia Buckroyd: "Closer than Hands or Feet: Food is my Frenemy"
Rebecca Smith: Trauma, Dislocation and Allotments: Growing People, Crops and Community
Charlotte Hastings: Kitchen Therapy: Creating Community in the Time of Covid
Richard Ratcliffe: the Significance of Food for Nazanin
PLEASE NOTE: I WILL NOT BE TAKING ANY NEW CLIENT OR SUPERVISORY WORK UNTIL 2023 AT THE EARLIEST (UPDATED MAY 2021)