Annie is an integrative psychotherapist who is warm and relational, bringing curiosity and creativity to working with you. She facilitates clients to discover the resources inside them to move through life’s struggles.
I can help with...
- Affairs and betrayals
- Bereavement and loss
- Bipolar disorder
- Body image
- Career coaching
- Changing bad habits
- Communication skills
- Compulsive hoarding
- Creative blocks
- Family issues
- Health anxiety/hypochondriasis
- Homesickness and expat identity
- Identity issues
- Insomnia and sleep problems
- Lack of energy
- Low mood
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Major life changes
- Panic attacks
- Perfectionist traits
- Personal development
- Physical abuse
- Procrastination and 'stuckness'
- Regaining control of emotions
- Relationship difficulties
- Separation and divorce
- Sexual abuse
- Social anxiety
- Somatic illnesses
- Traumatic childhood
- Work-related issues
Types of client I see
Languages I speak
- Room 1 at Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London SE1 7NQ
Types of therapy I offer
- Art therapy/Art psychotherapy
- Attachment-based psychotherapy
- Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT)
- Energy medicine
- Gestalt psychotherapy
- Integrative psychotherapy/counselling
- Online counselling
- Organisational consultancy
- Person-centred psychotherapy
- Play therapy
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy
- Relational psychotherapy
- Therapeutic art
Whether you are feeling stuck, anxious or restricted in your current situation, I provide a safe space for you to reconnect to your inner capacity to live the life you chose with understanding and vitality.
Difficult, painful, or confusing experiences can feel hard to make sense of alone, so having space to explore them in new ways and perspectives can help process and digest what is happening.
As an integrative therapist I draw on a range of approaches to support you including humanistic and psychodynamic theory, Gestalt therapy and creative approaches to working with mind and body – you are unique, so your sessions are unique to you.
We may use talking therapy to help find out more about you, understand your story and how it is affecting you. We may also use a creative approach, working with imagery to explore and express feelings and see situations that you perhaps don’t yet have a clear picture about or words for.
We can also work with your body to help process and understand your experience. Finding understanding and making meaning together, I offer a space for you to find peace and begin to move forward with a re connected sense of yourself.
In addition to private practice with adults, I work as a therapist for children in schools. I also run regular group workshops and one-to-one sessions that facilitate healthy embodiment and a holistic approach to supporting our relationship to our body and mind as a resource for growth, creativity and wellbeing.
Training and qualifications
I have completed an MA in integrative arts psychotherapy, a rigorous training at the Institute of Arts In Therapy and Education (IATE) in London, passing with distinction.
- MA Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (London Metropolitan University)
- PG diploma in Therapeutic Application of the Arts (IATE)
- Certificate in Counselling skills (IATE)
- Franklin Method educator
- Universal Health Principles practitioner
I continue to develop my practice and research into mind and body in my work.
I have a variety of experience working in different mental health settings, including roles as a therapist for the NHS and charitable organisations.
Previous to this work I have many years working in the creative industries and continue to develop creative projects and collaborations to explore and understand the human experience.
Fees and availability
- £70 per 50-minute session
You can either call or email me to arrange an initial consultation. I’m happy to talk on the telephone about any concerns or questions you may have about the process.