Tom Feldberg EMDR psychotherapist , NW5
I have been a practising counsellor and psychotherapist for over twenty five years, working with individuals, couples and groups.I am a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and my initial training was with R.D. Laing and his colleagues of the Philadelphia Association.
As well as being an EMDR practitioner working with trauma (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), I have, over the years trained in different approaches: Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Psychodrama, Bodywork , and Mindfulness MeditationI was one of the founders of the Institute for the Development of Human Potential, which ran two year courses in Humanistic Psychology at several universities.
I also helped launch the Institute for Psychotherapy and Social Studies, a psychotherapy training organization. For a time I was Director of the Skyros Centre in Greece and Director of Quaesitor Outside Projects, working in hospitals and prisons. I have also worked for the Men's Centre which deals with domestic violence issues.
I have been a trainer and supervisor for a number of organizations, both in the UK and overseas.I am fluent in Spanish and able to work in that language.
Training and qualifications
I am an experienced and highly qualified psychotherapist in London who has worked in the area for over 25 years offering both psychotherapy and counselling. I specialise in working with people who have been traumatized as adults or as children by utilising a range of psychotherapy and counselling approaches.I use a variety of psychotherapy and counselling approaches including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprogramming EMDR and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy(MBCT).
Person-centred/humanistic Cognitive behaviour therapy Psychodynamic Mindfulness Existential Gestalt EMDR Issues often worked with:
AnxietyDepressionInterpersonal relationshipsFamily issuesAnger/violencePersonality disordersTraumaCouple relationships Availability:
Within one week Therapy offered:
In personBy phoneOn video Client groups:
IndividualsGroupCouplesFamilies Member organisations:
Weekdays and Saturday mornings.