Jon-Paul Marshall Integrative psychotherapist , E17
I have worked for many years in the NHS and for several mental health charities. I usually work with people struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, self-criticism, shame, anger, dissociation, addiction, self-destructive tendencies, and much more. Such struggles often stem from the experience of multiple and complex life events and circumstances, including past and/or present abusive and neglectful relationships, abandonment, bereavement, bullying, trauma, racism, classism, sexism, gender expectations, study/work/financial pressures, and/or more existential challenges such as finding meaning and purpose in life.
I offer a warm, nurturing space in which, collaboratively, we can explore and make sense of the difficulties you are facing. My doctoral level training in counselling psychology (2015-2020, award due 2020) means I am skilled in working integratively, that is using several therapeutic approaches including CBT, psychodynamic, and existential models, and able to tailor my work to meet your specific needs. Primarily, my style is relational, in line with extensive research showing that the most important factor in successful therapy is the relationship between therapist and client.
Following easing of social distancing requirements I am again seeing clients in person, as well as via Zoom, Skype and telephone. I also have a limited number of slots available for outdoor walking therapy (also known as ecotherapy). It is my experience that both remote sessions and outdoor walking sessions work extremely well. Please contact me for more information.
Training and qualifications
Certificate in Counselling
Degree in Psychology
Masters in Substance Misuse and Addiction
Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (2015-2020, award due 2020)
I offer free initial telephone consultations of up to 20 minutes in duration. Otherwise, my usual fee for individual / online / outdoor walking therapy is £80-£100 per 50 minute session. I also have a limited number of discounted slots for those on lower incomes and students. Please contact me for more information.
Cognitive behaviour therapy Existential Integrative Psychodynamic Relational Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) Issues often worked with:
AddictionAnxietyDepressionInterpersonal relationshipsTraumaAngerChildhood difficultiesEmotional abuseFinding meaningHealth anxietySelf-esteemSocial anxiety Availability:
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