Daniel Heath: Psychodynamic Psychotherapist, Muswell Hill, N10 London, SE1
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Daniel Heath

Psychodynamic psychotherapist
Muswell Hill N10 , London SE1
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About Me

I work psychodynamically, informed by evidence supported psychoanalytic theory. I focus on external relationship patterns, unconscious experience and processes, developmental history and what occurs between the two of us. 

Counselling & psychotherapy more broadly offers a confidential, non judgemental space in which to explore confused, unsettled or disturbing feelings. It's aim is to establish a facilitatory space where one can reveal thoughts & feelings, in the company of someone who is obvstentively a stranger.

"I, am by nature attentive & curious to know more about the fears, anxieties and uncertainties of those I work with. I will want to understand how feelings intertwine with your daily life. How you experienced them in the past, offering insight in the present, with a view to the future."

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a place where energy is focused on lines of thought, collaboratively. A place where time is reserved for feelings, to discover how we experience them, how we can understand them and to appreciate the often painful, conflicted conundrums that trouble us and our relationships.

"Doubt and uncertainty will most likely be reflected in our work together. However a safe, reliable & deeply thoughtful space will allow your emotional life to expand & develop."

I retain experience and hold particular understanding in these clinical areas:

Depression; Anxiety; Relationship difficulties; Personality disorders; Trauma; Low self-esteem; Stress; Bereavement; Sexuality issues; Domestic violence; Loneliness and isolation; Childhood sexual abuse; Eating disorders; Relational conflict/codependency.

Note: I am interested in codependency within conflictual relationships and also the way in which neoliberal crisis-capitalism is impacting our unconscious social experience. 

The assessment session will give us the chance to understand the broader picture of your past and present circumstances and also reflect on our emotional experience together. From here we can decide whether working together would be beneficial. 

Thank you for reading my profile and please do check my website for further details | www.heathpractice.co.uk

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First Practice
Heath Practice
Flat 11, Woodside, Fortis Green
Muswell Hill
N10 3NY

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Second Practice
Number 42
42 Borough High Street

Issues often worked with

Couple relationships
Eating disorders
Personality disorders
Sexual abuse
Family issues
Health anxiety

Therapy offered

In person
By phone
On video

Client groups



I've organised fees to offer the widest access to my services. 

My standard fees begin at £70 to £100 for individual online sessions. In-person work begins at £80 to £120 per session, a proportion of which supports low fee work and administration  

I offer a number of sessions at a reduced rate by negotiation for those on low incomes and those in full time study. 

Sessions are 50 minutes. 

Initial online consultations are charged at £70. 

Training and qualifications

Daniel HeathMBACP. Prof.Dip Psych

"During the time since beginning training in 2010, I have experienced the insight and dialogue which each subsequent patient has offered. I have worked to integrate a psychoanalytic way of thinking, particularly a Kleinian and Bionian approach to therapeutic endeavour, incorporating insight from contemporary figures such as Neville Symington and Fabio Vighi. However perhaps most important to my work has been the lens through which any one relational experience has developed, from the landscape of my own therapeutic relationships, supervisory dialogue and that offered by colleagues, family and friends. Ultimately I believe that therapy offers and strives to enrich the internal worlds of those who embark on this remarkable relationship, through the medium of a revitalised, ever-developing lens. A way of thinking about often disturbing thoughts and feelings, and those relationships that contain our experience of them."

I began my training at Birkbeck University of London, qualifying at the renowned Highgate Counselling Centre (UK. Est.1966). I am a registered member of the BACP - The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I work within and in reference to their ethical and professional guidelines. 

In line with BACP membership I am also committed to my Continuing Professional Development and undertake regular supervision of my work. The BACP is accredited to the British Standards Authority

I am also an active member of a National Suicide/Listening Charity and my therapeutic practice is based in North London and London Bridge.

Verified professional membership

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy