Jeanette MarshTranspersonal psychotherapist
I qualified as a therapist in 2001 and worked as a counsellor from1992. I work with issues such as anxiety, depression, loss, grief, stress, work-related problems, childhood difficulties such as neglect, abuse and bullying. I also work with complex bereavement, including people bereaved by suicide, murder, road accident, sudden and unexpected death, death during COVID and miscarriage, stillbirth and termination. For17 years, I was Head of Psychological Support in a specialist palliative care unit in an East London Hospital. There, I also worked with people with palliative conditions who were facing the end of their life.
It can be pretty daunting starting therapy - it's a really courageous thing to do - it takes guts to take an honest look at yourself and your life. With me, you can speak openly about your life and things that concern you and be listened to without fear of judgement.
I have an interest in Jungian ideas but I am not a Jungian analyst. I can help you to learn to live more consciously and to try to make better choices rather than reacting to life's circumstances out of fear, anger, depression or hurt.
I also work with trainee psychotherapists and counsellors who are required to have therapy as part of their own training. I am a registered Clinical Supervisor and can supervise other counsellors and therapists during their training and when qualified.
I am a BUPA/AXA-PPP recognised therapist.
Check out my website: www.jeanettemarshtherapy.co.uk
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
Adult psychotherapy, £65 for a 50-minute session (negotiable rates for increased frequency); £55 for counsellors and psychotherapists on recognised training courses.
Supervision, £75 for a 50-minute session; £60 for counsellors and psychotherapists on recognised training courses.
Training and qualifications
BSc (Hons) Psychology, 1997; Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2000; MA, Transpersonal Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2001; BAP Developing Supervision Skills, 2004