is a BACP registered psychodynamic counsellor and psychotherapist working with (individual) adults.
She completed her training at Birkbeck, where she gained an MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy. Prior to that she studied at the British Psychotherapy Foundation and the University of Oxford where she received her BA(Hons)/MA.
She has experience of working with a wide range of complex issues and client groups in private practice, the NHS and the charitable sector as well as student counselling in higher education.
She began her career in the art world and has a particular interest in creative professions and the intersection between art and psychoanalysis.
is an experienced, fully qualified psychotherapist and counsellor working with couples, individual partners and singles. She trained at Tavistock Relationships (Formally TCCR) where she graduated with a post-graduate diploma in psychodynamic psychotherapy for individuals and couples. She then went on to gain an MA in psychotherapy for couple relationships. (TR/UEL).
She is a fully registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and adheres to their code of ethics. As well as working in private practice, she also works as a visiting clinician and assessor at Tavistock Relationships in central London.
She is now able to work with a mentalization-based therapy (MBT) approach with couples, allowing for shorter term, time limited therapy.
Areas she can work with include, relationships troubles, reoccurring conflict as well as problems like stress, anxiety, sexual problems, affairs, separation and divorce.
As well as help to increase personal insight, confidence and better emotional wellbeing.
is an integrative psychotherapist and counsellor working with individuals and couples.
He began his therapy training at The Minster Centre and later trained and qualified as an integrative counsellor at Roehampton University. He also completed an MSc in psychology and is a trained Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) facilitator.
Maxwell has particular experience in supporting clients from corporate backgrounds and the creative industries. Familiar concerns have included issues with identity, true/false selves, managing relationships, power dynamics - some of which can manifest in anxiety, depression, insomnia and other psychological issues.
Maxwell is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and BPS (British Psychological Society). Previously, Maxwell worked in the music industry in production and music management and later worked as part of a specialist team supporting young adults involved in serious violence and gangs.
is a couple counsellor and psychotherapist trained at Tavistock Relationships, where she also works as a visiting clinician and assessor. She is a fully registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).
She specialises in working with couples and individuals experiencing relationship issues. Studies on the effectiveness of couple therapy have demonstrated the positive effect it has on relationships, anxiety, depression, and mental health.
She offers a professional and confidential setting, and works with people of all sexual orientations and cultural backgrounds.
is a qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor in private practice, working with individuals and couples. He is a fully registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and abides by their code of ethics. He trained at the Metanoia Institute in West London.
His approach, Transactional Analysis, originates in psychoanalysis and is rooted in a humanist philosophy. He believes in our shared humanity, whatever our histories, perspectives and values.
Stephane is used to working with a wide range of emotions, thoughts and behaviours. Some of his clients have gone through traumatic events. He has worked with survivors of childhood sexual abuse at OneInFour in South and North London, and with refugees and asylum seekers at the Multi-Ethnic Counselling Service in Waterloo. He works both in English and in French, with clients from diverse countries, ethnicities and cultures.
He has a specific interest in race, difference, and power as it manifests itself inside and outside the therapy room. Stephane also has more than 20 years’ experience in the broadcast industry. As a journalist and programme editor, he specialised in African affairs. As a qualified and practising executive coach, Stephane has hands-on experience of change management and can truly relate to the personal and collective challenges of the corporate world.
DR JEANNE DE SENARCLENS PhD
is an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor with more than 15 years of clinical experiences in the private and public sectors.
After gaining a degree in Psychology from the University of Geneva, she moved to London in 2002 where she trained as a psychotherapist and counsellor at Regent's University (formerly Regent's College School of Psychotherapy and Counselling). Whilst there, she completed an MA as well as an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy. In 2018, she also gained her PhD in psychotherapy and counselling (Wales University/Regents University). In her thesis, she researched ways in which the psychotherapy environment can address the experience of migration and adaptation in a new country.
She is registered with the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) and has worked in variety of settings, including the Refugee Therapy Centre, St Bart's Hospital in London, Islington MIND, Waterloo Community Counselling and Multi-Ethnic Counselling Service. In addition to working with issues such as depression, anxiety and relationship problems, she has a keen interest in working with people from different cultures and countries as well as the experience of both forced and voluntary migrations on mental health. She is bilingual and practices both in English and French.
More recently, she has decided to move back to her home country where she continues to work in private practice. She is now available to work over Skype.
is an experienced psychodynamic psychotherapist who sees individuals and couples face to face or on Skype and works with a wide range of issues including trauma, complicated grief, relationship breakdown, parenting difficulties, racial, sexual and emotional abuse, impact of war, depression, autism, borderline personality disorder, dementia carers, and sexual problems.
As a psychology graduate she initially trained in couples counselling with Relate and followed this by a 4 year WPF training in London, where she completed a post-graduate diploma and advanced diploma in psychodynamic psychotherapy. She has worked in a variety of therapeutic settings, providing long and short term therapy at a hospice with issues of bereavement and cancer treatment, seeing GP referred clients in Luton and St Albans, and a project for the long term unemployed coping with difficulties related to redundancy, physical and mental ill health, bullying, self-esteem and gender and cultural identity. She has also worked extensively in private practice and teaches introductory and certificate courses in psychodynamic counselling and trained as a supervisor at the SAP.
Previously Sarah worked in TV documentary production for 20 years and uses this experience in the creative industries to help clients connect with meaning in visual imagery and to nurture their own creativity. She also trained as a massage therapist and uses this work to help clients understand how emotional distress can manifest as physical symptoms.
She is an Accredited Member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and a member of the BPS (British Psychological Society).