Jacqueline Palmer: Integrative Psychotherapist, Greater London, NW3
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Jacqueline Palmer

Integrative psychotherapist
Greater London NW3
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About Me


And the day came when the need to remain closed became more painful than the risk to open - Anais Nin

If you are finding unwelcome patterns appearing in your relationships and feel ready to explore and peel away ways of being that no longer serve you, psychotherapy can help you find your voice, escape codependency in a journey towards your authentic self.


I see clients for a range of issue which include

Issues around Intimacy

Depression and anxiety

Difficulties in relationship, intimacy, co-dependence

Poor self-esteem and body related issues

Conflicts around sexuality and abuse

Issues with fertility as well as the transition to mothering

Coming to terms with loss and major life transitions

Managing the menopause

Working with early trauma


My background is in the Arts, with an honours diploma in photography, an MA in film, and a background in writing.  I was always intrigued by relationship, the desire and experience of being seen by others, and the blocks to intimacy and connection which I explore in my workshops. I had two late in life children with the help of fertility treatment. I have recently completed three trainings with Pia Mellody of the Meadows Centre Arizona working with codependence and healing early wounds, in Inner Child, and Shame and Feeling Reduction workshops, with David Schnarch in Colorado and London in couples trainings and a couples training at Revision. 


Sometimes we feel overwhelmed by lifes obstacles, and finding the right sort of help feels like an extra burden. Talking through our problems in this safe space allows us to deal with the crisis, to heal past trauma and let go of ways of being that no longer serve us. We can then reconnect with our dreams and find a sense of purpose and meaning that may be missing in our lives. Embarking on a period of therapy can offer very real results, both in the way we understand and handle the present, and in accepting and finding a different relationship to our past. We can let go of negative patterns and beliefs that limit us and discover our unique path in life. This will enhance both our self-esteem, and our ability to make positive choices, as well as deepening fulfillment in relationships.


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Elm Row
Greater London

Issues often worked with

Interpersonal relationships
Family issues
Sexual abuse
Couple relationships
Finding meaning

Therapy offered

In person
By phone
On video

Client groups



Sessions are 50 minutes weekly and an initial assessment session is 85.00. Fees are discussed at the first meeting with some concessions available. I need 48 hours notice of cancellation, and missed appointments are charged in full. I see clients in Hampstead, two minutes from Hampstead's northern line tube.

Training and qualifications

I did my diploma in counselling and psychotherapy at the Centre of Counselling and Psychotherapy Education in Warwick Crescent, London W2. I adhere to the UK Council of Psychotherapists (UKCP) code of ethics with whom I am registered, and am a member of the British Association of Counsellors and psychotherapists (BACP). I am fully insured and my work is supervised, and I continue to attend workshops and seminars as part of my professional development. I did my MA in film at Birkbeck with the BFI, and a BA in English and film at the University of North London.

Verified professional membership

UK Council for Psychotherapy British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

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