Counsellor Psychodynamic Therapist Sally-Anne Soameson
MBACP Accredited

Sally-Anne Soameson

I am a psychodynamic therapist offering individuals once weekly, short term or open-ended therapy.

As an accredited member of the BACP I have experience of having worked across charity and private practice.

I work with a range of issues including anxiety,
depression, addiction, sexuality and identity, attachment issues, bereavement and loss.

The Aim of Therapy

The aim of the therapy is to bring the unconscious mind into consciousness, facilitated with a supportive, non-judgemental environment.

The unconscious can hold onto memories and feelings which can be difficult to process, and subsequently affect behaviour that has evolved from early life into adult hood.

The therapeutic relationship is central to the process, encouraging you to talk freely about whatever is on your mind. This helps you recognise unwanted behaviours and patterns
and explore new ways of being in the world, with your self and with others.

Initial Assessment

This lasts 90 minutes and will give you the opportunity to talk about what it is that is worrying you and to let you find out more about what the therapy involves.

If I am able to
provide you with what you need at this time and we agree to work together then a contract
will be made.

First steps

Upon enquiry, there will be a brief phone call prior to assessment.

The Sessions

Sessions are 50 minutes in duration, being held weekly at a fixed time.
I see individuals either ‘in person’ at my practice in London Bridge or I offer online therapy
which is delivered and experienced very much like ‘in person’.

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