Sofia SullivanIntegrative psychotherapist
With the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, I am offering online therapy and supervision
Whether you are feeling stuck, experiencing deep distress or have the sense that you could be getting more from life, therapy can provide the space you need.
I am an established Integrative Arts Psychotherapist with many years of clinical experience. I have worked with clients privately, within the NHS and a for number of charitable organisations.
My aim is to help you make changes in your way of being, in relation to yourself, others and your wider world. I offer a welcoming and reflective space where you can feel at ease to explore all aspects of your life. A place where you can be heard and understood without judgement. An opportunity to pause, take a breath and try to make sense of how it is you got here. A chance to explore possibilities for the future, grow your inner resources and make sustainable and tangible positive change.
My approach to psychotherapy is integrative and draws on the principals of creativity. I use both psychodynamic and humanistic theories to support my thinking, these include Gestalt therapy, Transactional Analysis, attachment theory and neuroscience.
Alongside this breadth of theoretical grounding I believe that creativity is a catalyst for self-discovery, healing and change. I have a range of art materials that can be used when words are too much or not enough. No previous art experience is required.
I offer both short-term and long-term therapy, depending on individual needs.
Issues often worked with
£70 for a 50Min session.
I do have some low-cost slots available on a sliding and I can offered reduced rates for students
Training and qualifications
2020 Supervision Diploma, Creative Approach to Supervision, London Centre for Psychodrama
2020 PIPT, personalises individual parenting training.
2015 Group Trippel P - Level 4, positive parenting program. An 8 week parenting intervention.
2014 MA in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy, Institute of the Arts in Therapy and Education, London Metropolitan University
2013 C.A.T.T. Level II, a therapeutic tool for working with PSTD to process traumatic experiences
2012 C.A.T.T. Level I, introduction to working with PSTD
2011 Diploma in the Therapeutic and Educational Application of the Arts, Institute of the Arts in Therapy and Education
2010 Counselling Skills, Institute of the Arts in Therapy and Education, London.
2009 Foundation in Art Therapy, BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists) London
Membership and Accreditation