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Sarah offers short and long-term psychotherapy for a wide range of emotional and psychological difficulties. Using an integrative approach, she draws from a range of psychological theories depending upon your particular needs and goals, including psychodynamic, humanistic and cognitive behavioural approaches. For instance, you might work together to understand how your early life experiences and important relationships have affected you and might be contributing to your current difficulties. Alternatively, you might be suffering from anxiety, low mood or stress and would like to find a way out of this. Together, you will build a relationship of trust and safety in which you can develop insight into the meanings behind your difficulties, develop alternative perspectives on your situation and feel more in control of your life.
With a background in social anthropology, Sarah has a particular interest in identity and in the stories that we tell ourselves, on both an individual and a cultural level. Sarah has many years of experience as a psychotherapist, having worked with women experiencing abuse, as well as in NHS IAPT services and NHS eating disorder services.
Sarah is an integrative psychotherapist working in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Clapham. She holds a clinical diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and is a registered member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College), as well as a member of the BACP. She is in the final stages of completing a doctorate in Counselling Psychology, in which she is researching women’s experiences of postpartum psychosis.