Simon RutterPsychodynamic psychotherapist
It could be that you have a clear idea about the concerns bringing you to therapy, but it is as likely that the reasons feel confusing. Either way, following our initial contact by phone or email we would meet for a session to discuss in detail what has prompted you to find a therapist and how the psychodynamic approach could help. This is an open conversation, an opportunity to talk about the work we would do and to think about the best way forward for you.
I work in private practice in London and Manchester having previously worked in both the NHS and the third sector. My therapeutic approach - psychodynamic psychotherapy - works with different types of emotional and psychological distress; interpersonal and relationship issues, depression and anxiety, loss and bereavement, abuse and working with trauma. I am registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and am committed to their ethical framework and code of conduct.
Issues often worked with
£60.00 per session with some concessionary spaces.
Training and qualifications
MSc Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy; Birkbeck, University of London.
MA Social & Political Thought; University Of Sussex.
BSc Psychology (1st); The Open University, London.