Dr Tarynne Quirk
Dr Tarynne Quirk
Works with:Individuals, Couples
Sessions:Face-to-Face, Online, Telephone
Private Healthcare:Aviva, AXA PPP, Vitality
Locations:TAC Tooting
BPS Registered
HCPC Registered
Enhanced DBS checked

Dr Tarynne Quirk

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma

Dr Tarynne Quirk is a Counselling Psychologist who completed her Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (DPsych) at City, University of London. Registered with the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC), the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), her approach is integrative. This approach allows her to customise therapy, creating a bespoke treatment plan for each individual, with their own set of unique issues.

Tarynne aims to provide an empathic, non-judgemental, transparent and supportive space where clients feel safe enough to open up about their various issues, in a trusting environment, where clients feel they are truly being heard. While therapy helps clients to process and understand difficult or painful thoughts, and feelings, Tarynne also believes that through individual therapy one can spend the necessary time identifying and understanding maladaptive behavioural patterns and coping mechanisms.

Coming from South Africa, Tarynne understands diversity, multi-cultural environments and the range of difficulties living in a cosmopolitan hub can bring. She understands the internal and external pressures people can put on themselves, as well as the extraneous pressures and stressors people feel they are subjected to in this fast-paced city – all of which can lead to unhelpful or damaging coping strategies. Tarynne works with you to identify healthier ways of managing difficult emotions and stress. She is particularly interested in depression, anxiety disorders (phobias, panic attacks), anger, trauma, addictions, couples work and eating disorders.

Dr Tarynne Quirk works in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Tooting.

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