Karen Gold Jungian psychotherapist , CB3
I have worked as a therapist since 2008 with adults and children, in private practice, in schools and in the NHS.
I trained as a music therapist and then as a Jungian psychotherapist, because I believe that creative potential exists within all of us to wrestle with our human struggles and conflicts, in order to live more richly and become more fully ourselves.
I work with words, but also – when people request them - with art materials, sandtray and music. Sometimes these non-verbal forms of expression can help people make contact with their deepest feelings more freely.
I have an interest in mothers and babies who are in emotional or communicative distress, including those who are finding it hard to bond together. I hold the UKCP Child Proficiency Marker, awarded to therapists who are experienced working with children and young people. I also run an analytic Infant Observation group.
I am a supervisor for health, social care and education professionals, and for trainee and qualified counsellors and arts therapists. I facilitate reflective spaces in institutions: non-judgemental, boundaried opportunities for staff groups to think together and to collaborate in seeking creative solutions to challenging problems.
Training and qualifications
Jungian psychotherapist/analyst, British Psychotherapy Foundation ( Registered with BPC)
Psychoanalytic psychotherapist, Forum for Independent Psychotherapists (Registered with UKCP)
Music Therapist (Registered with HCPC)
Standard fee for one weekly session of 50 minutes is £55.
This fee is negotiable for more than one session per week, and in certain personal circumstances.
Jungian Music therapy Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Relational Play therapy Issues often worked with:
AnxietyBereavementDepressionInterpersonal relationshipsPostnatal depressionTraumaAngerAttachment disorderDissociationFinding meaningIntimacySelf-esteem Availability:
Has availability Therapy offered:
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AdultGroupAdolescentsChildren Member organisations:
Weekday daytimes and evenings. Easy access from central Cambridge and junction 30 of the A14. Parking.