Katherine SinclairPsychodynamic psychotherapist
I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist working with adults experiencing a range of emotional difficulties. A good therapeutic relationship can help us bring meaning to our experiences. When we gain a greater understanding of ourselves this can allow more freedom in our choices, providing a chance to thrive.
I work psychodynamically and am interested in how our earliest relationships and experiences impact how we think, feel and act through our lives. We do not always have a safe and supportive relationship in which to examine how early experiences have affected us, and this is what therapy can provide. We might reach a point where we feel stuck, as if we desperately want something to change but we cannot work out what or how. We might feel anxious, depressed and unfufilled, as if we are not able to reach our potential or have the relationships we wish for.
We will start with an assessment session, which is longer than a usual therapy session at around an hour and a half. This is an opportunity to think together about what has brought you to therapy, what you would like to gain from therapy and how we will work together. Therapy sessions then take place at the same time each week and last for 50 minutes.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
£60 - £75
Training and qualifications
I hold Postgraduate Diplomas in Intercultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Foundations of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from the Tavistock and Portman. I am a member of the Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists. I have over 10 years of experience working in mental health services supporting adults.