Guy Gladstone Counsellor , EC1V
I have thirty years experience as a therapist. I mostly work with people in weekly ongoing groups on Wednesdays and Thursdays, in the afternoon or evening. I also offer daytime individual sessions on the same days and supervision (face to face and/or by telephone) for practitioners. At weekends there are occasional one day personal development groups that feature Bioenergetics or Psychodrama. I also provide one day theme workshops on the following topics: Anger, Shame, Sexuality, Shock/post traumatic stress, Body Image, Internalised Oppression and Ecopsychology. All groups are open to both the general public and practitioners. I also have a particular interest in coaching environmental and community activists and practitioners in the visual and performing arts.
Training and qualifications
Main trainings: The Institute for the Development of Human Potential (IDHP) 1980-1982 2 year part time course in Humanistic Psychology. Diploma 1982. The Institute of Psychotherapy and Social Studies (IPSS) 1982-1985 3 year part time course in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Diploma 1988. British Association for Analytical Body Psychotherapy (BAABP) 1990-1995 3 year part time course plus 2years clinical supervision. Certified Analytical Body Psychotherapist 1992. Diploma(merit) in Personal Performance Coaching from The Coaching Academy 2013.
Accredited member of The National Counselling Society, accredited as a psychotherapist, bodywork therapist and group psychotherapist by the UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (UKAHPP), accredited as a body psychotherapist by The European Association of Body Psychotherapy (EABP). In a full member group of the Independent Practitioner Network (IPN).
Individual therapy £70 55 minute hour
Ongoing group therapy £35 per session (two and a half hour group), £28 per session (two hour group)
Weekend groups £70 per day or £75 per day (theme workshops)
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Wednesday and Thursday: morning, afternoon and evening Friday afternoon and early evening
The Open Centre, 188 Old Street