Samantha Carbon: Transactional analysis Psychotherapist, Greater London, E1 Greater London, W1U
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Samantha Carbon

Transactional analysis psychotherapist
Greater London E1 , Greater London W1U
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About Me

I am a UKCP qualified Psychotherapist. I have built up my clinical portfolio working as a therapist for The Sanctum Rehabilitation Center in Uxbridge, providing individual long term therapy and running groups for clients recovering from addictions. I have provided therapy for residents in Brent for Brent Bereavement Service, along with working for Ealing Abbey Counselling Service and Metanoia Counselling Service. My private practices are in Baker Street, Shoreditch, Ruislip Manor and the Barbican. I work with individual adults, young adults and couples. Check out my website.

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Locations

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147 Commercial St
London
Greater London
E1 6BJ

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Second Practice
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Dorset Street
Greater London
W1U 6QL

Issues often worked with

Anxiety
Depression
Addiction
Interpersonal relationships
Family issues
Eating disorders

Therapy offered

In person
On video

Client groups

Adult
Group
Couples
Adolescents

Fees

• Fees - My fee varies based on location and the type of session you are considering:-Individual appointments in London from £55. My fees are reviewed annually on 1st July.• Location - Ruislip/Eastcote (£55.00)The City (£65), Shoreditch (£60) Baker St (£85)

Training and qualifications

MSc in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (Middlesex Uni)

Clinical Diploma Transactional Analysis Counselling (PGDip)

Diploma in Clinical Supervision

Verified professional membership

My articles

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