Eamonn Marshall Integrative psychotherapist , SE4
I have worked with many hundreds of clients since I started my first training as a counsellor back in 1992, both in private practice and in the NHS in East London where I worked as a clinician and manager for seven years. I now offer brief and longer term therapy to individuals and couples, and supervise the work of other counsellors and psychotherapists.
Both my counselling and psychotherapy trainings were humanistic trainings, an approach that takes an essentially optimistic view of human nature and which emphasises our capacity for growth and self-determination, our strivings for freedom and the inherent dignity of the person (in all dimensions). I am interested in de-mystifying the process of counselling / therapy and aim to engage and communicate in as direct and straightforward a way as possible.
For a more complete elaboration see my website http://www.aisthesis.co.uk/
Training and qualifications
Diploma Humanistic Counselling, Centre for Personal & Professional Development, London, 1993
Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy, Metanoia Institute, London, 2001
Diploma in Gestalt Therapy, Gestalt Psychotherapy & Training Institute (GPTI), Bath, 2001
MSc in Gestalt Psychotherapy, University of Middlesex, London, 2001
Postgraduate Diploma level training in Clinical Supervision, Whittington Hospital School of Counselling & Psychotherapy, London, 2000
Accredited Balint Group Leader, 2015
My fees are scaled according to gross income (evidence not required). In SE4 my fee starts at £60 per 50 minute session. Fees in EC4 start at £70 per 50 minute session.
Five minute walk from Brockley Station (Zone 2 National Rail and Overground services). Early morning and daytime appointments offered Mon-Fri and evenings Wednesday and Thursday only. I do not work at weekends
I work in my EC4 Fleet Street practice Monday lunchtimes and Tuesday evenings only. Close walking distance from City Thameslink (National Rail) and Blackfriars, Chancery Lane, St Pauls tube stations. Numerous buses pass down Fleet Street