Sarah Aldridge Psychodynamic counsellor , N2
Psychodynamic Counsellor, North London
I am currently offering remote therapy due to COVID-19. I can be here to support and reflect with you, the impact of the crisis to you life and emotional wellbeing.
I have experience of working with people struggling with relationship and family issues, abuse, depression, anxiety, bereavement and health anxiety. We can work open-ended or with a fixed number of sessions.
I hold a professional qualification in psychodynamic counselling and am a member of the BPC and the BACP.
I currently work as an NHS counsellor seeing individuals and couples. Previously I worked for the Tavistock Centre, a Cancer Charity, Raphael Jewish Counselling and have a private practice in East Finchley, London N2.
Training and qualifications
PG Dip Psychodynamic Counselling, MHCPC 2010
BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist 2014
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy 2018, BPC
Couple Therapy for Depression, Tavistock Relationships 2019
Brief Focused Therapy Course, MHCPC 2012
Please speak to me about reduced fee, particularly in this current crisis
£60, concessions available in some circumstances
£70 for Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy
Supervision - please ask about pricing
Psychodynamic Psychoanalytic Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) Relational Issues often worked with:
DepressionInterpersonal relationshipsBereavementFamily issuesSexual problemsSexual abuseTraumaAnxietyFinding meaningIntimacyMarriageSelf-esteem Availability:
Has availability Therapy offered:
In personBy phoneOn video Client groups:
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Have availablity early morning, daytime and evenings on weekdays