New Sri Lanka Retreat April 2019 - Coming Home to Self -with Jo-Ann Roden (psychotherapist) and Emma Spivey (Yoga therapist)
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Join us in a beautiful location for a five day exploration of mind, body and soul...
Psychotherapy with a Soulful Perspective
If you are looking at this site, then you have identified a need for something in your life to shift or for you to begin to understand yourself at an even deeper level. I offer a confidential service that is tailored to meet your particular needs
Working integratively I aim to place a soulful authentic way of being at the core of long term psychological change. This means that your therapy will be an interactive process. I encourage you to come with all your struggles and challenges and invite you to enter in to the maelstrom of emotional relating.
Talking and listening
Image and dream
Myth and story
Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy
"Therapy is...a process that goes on intermittently in our individual soul-searching, our attempts at understanding our complexities, the critical attacks, prescriptions and encouragements we give ourselves..." James Hillman
With 15 years of clinical experience I offer brief and long term psychotherapy around a range of issues, including child abuse, trauma, addiction, depression, stress and relationship struggles. I have a particular interest and experience in working with attachment and addiction patterns.
I work in the Richmond Borough with adults, adolescents and couples. (Fee's on a sliding scale from £55- £75 per 50minute session)
I invite you to read on for a more detailed account of what you can expect from counselling and psychotherapy.
Integrative Psychotherapy, Counselling and Supervision in Whitton (Twickenham, Richmond upon Thames)
“A genuine odyssey is not about piling up experiences. It is a deeply felt, risky, unpredictable tour of the soul. ”
― ."Thomas Moore
My approach to therapy places relational engagement at the heart of long term change. I received core psychotherapy training at Re-Vision- this is based on an integrative relational model of depth psychology that draws on Jungian, Existential/Gestalt and Psychodynamic approaches. Just Click Here to visit Re.Vision. This is a soulful, body aware and creative approach to relating to our core struggles and everyday challenges. We will invite in myths, images and dreams as they allow in a creative and less verbal means of connection.
It's all about Relationship.....
Emerging evidence from clinical research suggests that it is the depth and quality of relationship (and not necessarily the type of therapy received) that repairs the wounds of childhood attachment difficulties What is recognised as important and crucial to this process is that you are seen, heard, accepted and even challenged into new ways of being and relating with others and more deeply with yourself.
Holding this in mind, I practise in a relationally oriented and clinically grounded way, offering both long term psychotherapy (6months and above) and time limited counselling (from 3 to 6 months).
At my Whitton (Twickenham) private practice I provide psychotherapy and counselling for adults and adolescents around a range of issues including depression, anxiety, childhood abuse, trauma, addictions and more.
Integrative Supervision in Whitton (Twickenham, Richmond upon Thames)
I have a Diploma in Integrative Supervision from The Minster Centre.
I offer an integrative approach to clinical supervision providing for counsellors in training and qualified therapists working with adolescents and adults.
I have many years of experience of the local authority and multi-agency agenda's having worked closely with Social Servcies, CAMHS, Education and other Local Authority agencies around Every Child Matters and Safeguarding remits and I offer supervision to other practitioners working in the helping professions.
My counselling, psychotherapy and supervision practice is in Whitton, near Twickenham, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
"You don't heal the person, you heal the story" (James Hillman, 1983)