Antonella MercurioIntegrative psychotherapist
I am a UKCP accredited registered member and a BACP registered integrative psychotherapist with over 10 years experience in the private and public sector. My practice is based in the Liverpool Street area, Shoreditch and on line if needed.
Whilst training as a integrative supervisor, I offer low cost supervision to trainees or counsellors/therapists who are starting in their practice (private or not).
I offer a calm, non judgmental, confidential space for you to discuss, explore and reflect on issues and situations that at present have brought you here.
Should you feel the need to enquire about starting psychotherapy with me, please feel free to email me and we can arrange an initial free of charge phone call, we will discuss what brought you to therapy, express the goals you may wish to achieve and the doubts you may have about therapy. I will explain my policy on confidentiality, fees, appointment times.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
My private practice is based in the City of London. The nearest tube station is Liverpool Street, EC2M which is located across my studio. It is also easily accessible from the centre of London.
Sessions are £70 and last for 50 minutes. Some concessional rates are available depending on your circumstances. Please do not hesitate to ask.
Training and qualifications
I am a fully qualified integrative psychotherapist accredited registered member of the UKCP and a registered BACP member. I hold an Advanced Diploma and an MA in integrative counselling and psychotherapy, I trained at the Minster Centre, London, (Middlesex University).
In 2018 I trained to become an (Level 1&2) EMDR practitioner.
Currently I am training at the Minster Centre in London to become an Integrative clinical supervisor.
I am a registered member of the BACP and I adhere to their codes of ethics and a UKCP accredited member.
During my training to become a counsellor and psychotherapist I was working for a big youth charity based in South London as a key worker and project manager.
I then began working as a counsellor at a service for survivors of domestic abuse, to then working as a honorary psychotherapist at South London and Maudsley based at University London Lewisham.
I wrote my final MA dissertation on the dynamics of working within the caring sector when being affected by a physical disability.
I have a particular interest in disability studies and the way in which we relate to disability, chronic illness, their social model.