Doron is an experienced psychotherapist and supervisor trained in body psychotherapy and later influenced by relational psychoanalysis, neuroscience and collective trauma work. He's been in private practice since 1998.
I can help with...
- Affairs and betrayals
- Bereavement and loss
- Body image
- Communication skills
- Creative blocks
- Cross-cultural relationships
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Major life changes
- Masculinity and men’s issues
- Panic attacks
- Personal development
- Physical abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship difficulties
- Separation and divorce
- Somatic illnesses
- Suicidal thoughts
- Traumatic childhood
Types of client I see
- Young people
- Older people
- Trainee and qualified clinicians
Languages I speak
- Room 102 at 180–186 King's Cross Rd, Kings Cross, WC1X 9DE
- Room 302 at 180–186 King's Cross Rd, Kings Cross, WC1X 9DE
Types of therapy I offer
- Attachment-based psychotherapy
- Body psychotherapy
- Gestalt psychotherapy
I have been working as a relational body psychotherapist since 1998. My current work is mainly in clinical supervision offered mostly online as well as from Kings Cross in central London. My practice is currently full. However, you are welcome to enquire about the current waiting list.
I 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. I hope to contribute to a culture that encourages normalising talking openly about failure and a sense of professional inadequacy as an unavoidable part of being in this work. I am interested in how power (the capacity to have an impact) is gained and lost in our work and in our culture.
Supervision is also an opportunity to reflect together on the unspoken, marginalised and disavowed aspects and conflicts – whether they are political, racial, class or gender-based.
I am experienced in supervising trainees and qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and coaches who work with adults as well as alternative practitioners and other facilitators of change.
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 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, qualifications and experience
My core training was at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in Ealing.
Since I have trained in clinical supervision, trauma work as well as specific training in the field of abuse in intimate relationships.
I continue to update my learning through regular CPD events, conferences.
My earlier work included working with homeless men. I have run groups for people wishing to cease participating in intimate violence as well as managing a successful private business.
Past posts include Chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists Ethics and Equal Opportunities Committee.
I am the current co-director of Relational Spaces – offering supportive environments from which clinicians can work, train, collaborate and engage in culturally and clinically relevant learning communities.
I belong to The Relational School in the UK.
Fees and availability
- supervision: £75 per hour
My practice is currently full. However, you are welcome to enquire about the current waiting list.