Doron is an experienced UKCP-registered psychotherapist and supervisor who trained at the Chiron Centre. He has held a private practice since 1998 with individuals, couples, supervisees, coaches and corporate clients.

Types of therapy I offer

  • Attachment-based psychotherapy
  • Body psychotherapy
  • Coaching
  • Gestalt psychotherapy
  • Integrative psychotherapy/counselling
  • Process-oriented
  • Relational psychotherapy
  • Supervision
  • Training

I can help with...

  • Affairs and betrayals
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Body image
  • Communication skills
  • Coping with chronic ill health or chronic pain
  • Coping with a terminal illness
  • Creative blocks
  • Cross-cultural relationships
  • Depression
  • Domestic violence
  • Emotional abuse
  • Family issues
  • Low self-confidence
  • Low self-esteem
  • Major life changes
  • Masculinity and men’s issues
  • Panic attacks
  • Parenting
  • Personal development
  • Physical abuse
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Pregnancy, birth and loss
  • Redundancy
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Separation and divorce
  • Sexuality
  • Somatic illnesses
  • Spirituality
  • Stress
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Trauma
  • Traumatic childhood
  • Work

Types of client I see

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Young people
  • Older people
  • Corporations
  • BAMER
  • LGBTQIA
  • Men
  • Women
  • Trainee and qualified clinicians
  • Supervisees

Languages I speak

  • English
  • Hebrew

Location(s)

  • Room 116 at Chandlery Cottage, 50 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7QY
  • Room 11 at 37–41 Gower street, WC1E 6HH
  • Room 31 at 175–7 Borough High Street, SE1 1HR
  • Online

My approach

I have been working as a relational body psychotherapist since 1998 and currently maintain a private practice in both Waterloo in south London and Muswell Hill in north London.

I aim to listen to what people tell me and to what is absent from their story; to what people say in words and to what their bodies express. This means that in some situations we may focus more specifically on the body’s presence or absence in one’s moment to moment experience.

My work includes working with people who find themselves trapped in cycles of violence, shame and loss of direction. Recently I have been working with couples to improve their communication, intimacy and aliveness as well as finding ways in helping them deal with loss. Other aspects of my work include assisting couples that wish to find respectful ways to separate and find productive ways to co-parent their children.

As a supervisor I am particularly interested in helping practitioners include the communication of the body in their practice through deep listening to their own and their client’s bodily expressions. My aim is to both enrich learning and deepen the listening to self and other.

My work is informed by a relational and integral approach that aims to relate different theories and ways of working with the experiences that emerge within the therapeutic relationship. In practice this includes perspectives, which are referred to as humanistic (body psychotherapy and gestalt), relational psychoanalysis, attachment theory, trauma work as well as current thinking in neuroscience.

I work with students to CEOs, the unemployed to newly retired, young parents and those struggling to finish that degree, veterans of combat or those bullied in the workplace, or those who have lost a significant relationship, and many more.

I am inspired by a love of healing and learning and I am interested in what is effective as well as what isn’t. Having been exposed to the cruel realities of war and political conflict in my twenties I became deeply aware of the immense suffering we are capable of inflicting on each other.

Training and qualifications

I trained at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in Ealing.

Past experience

Past posts include Chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists Ethics and Equal Opportunity Committee.

My earlier work included working with homeless men and those afflicted by Alzheimer’s as well as running a successful photography business.

Professional affiliations

I am registered with UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy).

I also belong to the following professional associations:

  • Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists
  • The Relational School in the UK

I abide by the UKCP and CABP code of ethics.

Fees

  • Individual psychotherapy: £60–£90 per hour
  • Couple psychotherapy: £80–£100 per hour
  • Supervision: £70 per hour