Lucy Strowman Psychodynamic psychotherapist , EC1R

For me, therapy is a private place, a place where people can have the experience of talking openly and being listened to without judgement.

In modern life, as we share and filter ourselves, increasingly we are left on our own with the messier parts of our lives. Therapy is a place to be your worst, to give you a chance to know yourself better.

I believe that working to understand ourselves in therapy is as important as working to develop our careers or deepen our relationships. I am most interested in what happens for us in relationships; issues of self-esteem, family dynamics, love, sex, anxieties and fears. Whatever your difficulties, we would work to alleviate your suffering and give you hope to develop in a different way.

Training and qualifications

My professional training was from Wpf Therapy, a charitable clinic in London, which is a leading provider of low cost support to anyone over 18 who needs help.

I trained over five years and my qualification is accredited by the BACP and the UKCP, organisations which maintain clinical standards in the psychotherapy profession.I have worked with adults both in private practice and in an NHS Specialist Psychotherapy Service

I am currently part of the clinical staff of an adolescent service, where I support teenagers who are often depressed and anxious, maybe hurting themselves or having a difficult time being in their body and relationships.

As a registered therapist with the British Psychoanalytic Council, I work within a network of professionals, under clinical supervision according to the BPC’s ethical framework and standards of practice. I have also been helped by therapy myself over many years.




My fee is £75 a session

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