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“I work collaboratively with clients to find creative and evidence-based ways to overcome their difficulties and support them in making the changes they want to see in their lives, with a focus on providing practical skills and tools. I believe that an important first step in this process is often acknowledging the inevitability of human distress, and understanding the ways in which resistance to unpleasant or uncomfortable emotions may be keeping people stuck.”

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I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) CPC and the British Psychological Society (BPS). I completed my doctoral training at the University of Surrey and have since gained several years of experience working in various mental health settings. I have worked in many different services within the NHS, including both primary care and secondary care services, as well as in the private and voluntary sectors.

As an integrative psychologist, I work from a number of therapeutic approaches, always prioritizing the building of a strong therapeutic relationship with the clients I work with. The approaches I can offer include: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Humanistic and Person-Centered therapies, as well as drawing from Schema therapy and Compassion-focused therapy regularly in my work with clients. I aim to work collaboratively with clients and to provide a secure and non-judgemental space to develop better understanding of their difficulties and facilitate change in a way which best suits their needs.

Josephine is trained in a number of psychological therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Humanistic / Person-centered, and Psychodynamic therapy. She uses an integrative treatment approach tailored to the individual needs of her clients. She hasworked with a wide range of presentations and populations, including children, adolescents, and adults from diverse cultural backgrounds.

The presentations she has worked with include PTSD / Trauma, issues related to Domestic Violence, the broad spectrum of Anxiety disorders, Depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), Bipolar Affective Disorder, Panic Disorder, Relationship Difficulties, Low Self-esteem, and Personality Disorders. Josephine works mainly with adults and offers both online and in-person therapy.

Josephine has several years’ experience working in the NHS and the private sector. She has experience working in primary care, and secondary care providing evidence-based assessment and therapy for adults with common mental health problems and more complex presentations such as trauma and personality  disorders. She completed her doctoral training at the University of Surrey, during which time she worked within an IAPT services within the NHS (South-west London and St George’s Trust), a domestic violence service working with child victims and their families in which she provided play therapy and talking therapy for children aged 3-17 years, and in a complex needs service within the NHS (South London and the Maudsley Trust).

Since qualifying she has worked further in IAPT services, as well as privately, offering both face-to-face and online therapies, as well as regularly conducting psychological assessments and providing medico-legal reports for asylum and immigration.

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