Philippa BoulterPsychoanalytic psychotherapist
I am a well-qualified Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist. I have 19 years experience of working therapeutically with Children, Young People and Families in the National Health Services Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
A number of years ago I set up an independant practice which I operate from a comfortable therapeutic space in the Claines/Barbourne area of Worcester. There is plenty of parking.
I offer short term psychotherapy as well as longer more intensive treatment and will discuss with parents and children/young people what might be the most helpful approach when I meet with you.
I work with children and young people aged from birth to 25 together with their parents and carers. I work with a wide range of social and emotional difficulties which include low mood, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, relationship problems and low confidence. I also work with difficulties with behaviour including sleep problems and eating difficulties.
I specialise in working with children and young people who have had a history of early neglect and abuse and are or have been 'looked after'.
I have experience of working with children, who are on the autistic spectrum, have ADHD and who have specific or global learning disabilities.
I trained in Birmingham for 6 years in order to register for membership with the Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP). The ACP is the only accrediting organisation recognised by the NHS for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists.
I have extensive experience of offering supervision and consultation to other professionals who work with children, young people and families.
Issues often worked with
I offer reduced rate appointments
Training and qualifications
Certificate of Qualification in Social Work
University Of Birmingham
Masters in Social Science
University of Birmingham
Business Administration and Society and Government
University of Aston