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Expert in: Psychotherapy

With over 30  years of experience in psychotherapy and counselling I practice both psychodynamic psychotherapy as well as CBT - which is an excellent and valuable combination. I also hold special skills in addictions therapy, such as alcohol, drugs, tranquillisers, sugar, food, gambling, sex - and I have also run a practice for people with dependency.

I work with a wide range of different problem issues, such as stress/burnout, anxiety/panic attacks, depression, addictions, relationship difficulties, low self esteem, anger management, bereavement/loss, bullying, perfectionism, phobias, adjusting to health conditions/chronic pain.

Furthermore and in later years, I have worked with occupational health and wellbeing in workplaces, to promote work performance. Stress-related illnesses, sometimes accompanied by risky drinking, have reached a sky high levels in the 21st Century. Healthy, happy staff is a company’s best investment - and the good news is that this can be achieved, with less effort than you might think.



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Expert in: Psychology
Addiction

Vanessa is a fully qualified and registered Psychotherapist experienced at dealing with a range of issues affecting individuals, couples and families. She has completed an undergraduate psychology degree, as well as a Post graduate diploma in psychotherapeutic counselling with a specific interest in transactional analysis.

Vanessa has two decades of experience providing counselling and other therapies, working in NHS practices, ChildLine and now the private sector. Throughout her career, she has worked with a wide variety of patients and groups with different mental health issues, addictions and problems in life. Vanessa is passionate about treating all people with a personalised approach, her training in Relational Transactional Analysis focuses on personal development, treatment of oneself and how we relate and communicate with others.

Vanessa offers private sessions that are non-judgemental, supportive and confidential allowing you to explore your feelings and gain a better understanding of the situation that is causing you unhappiness. She has practices at Harley Street and Baker Street in London.

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Expert in: Psychology
6 years of experience
Neuropsychology

Justin Stephenson is an HCPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Stephenson has worked in a variety of settings within the NHS and Private Sector. He has worked in Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT), Psychiatric ICU's, Day Therapy Services, Acute Inpatient Hospitals and Outpatients.

Justin Stephenson works with individuals on both a short and long term basis and works from an integrative and relational perspective using Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Stephensons works with young people and adults who may be struggling with varying mental health needs by offering a variety of therapeutic approaches tailored to the needs of the individual.

He currently offers both short term and long term therapeutic interventions face-to-face as well as via Skype or Zoom. He also provide a psychometric assessment service.

His areas of interest include Abuse, Anger management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Bipolar disorder as well as Self-harm, Separation and divorce, Sexuality, Stress and Suicidal thoughts.

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Expert in: Psychology
Psychotherapy

Dr Emma Jartell is a BPS Charted Counselling Psychologist, HCPC and UKCP registered. As well as her private practice, she also works with short-term insurance clients. She can provide therapy in both English and Swedish.

After graduating from the Open University in Psychology, she completed her Master’s in Existential Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy at Middlesex University and New School of Psychotherapy & Counselling. Following this she completed her doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy, researching the experience of losing a sibling in adult life. She has also had additional IAPT training in Counselling for Depression (CfD) with the University of Nottingham.

She has extensive experience seeing clients with long standing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, addiction and relationship problems. She has also seen clients working with loss and long term bereavement.

Dr Jartell is passionate about providing a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space where challenges and choices can be explored. She uses mainly an existential and phenomenological approach to her sessions but also has experience using other therapeutic styles. Her sessions are tailored to the individual, without the use of pre-established templates or therapeutic labels.

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