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My Professional Background

I qualified as a group-analytic psychotherapist in 1984 with the London Centre for Psychotherapy. I was awarded an M.A. in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the University of Hertfordshire & Guild of Psychotherapists in 1998, and the IGA’s Certifciate in Group-analytic Supervision in 2003. I am registered with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists, No. 93/1444.

I am a Member of the The Canterbury Consortium of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychotherapists (C.C.OP.P.P.),

Since 1988 I have been a member of the Group-Analytic Society (International), a Registered Charity that supports and maintains research and practice in group-analysis.



Group-analysis can be a powerful way of helping people change. It recognises that many personal problems arise in groups: in one’s past and present families, at work and in other similar situations.

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The best option for those who are new to psychotherapy.
In a confidential setting the individual can speak of the distress and disorientation that is the predominant and pressing problem.

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