Jane is an experienced integrative therapist, and passionate about her work. She trained at The Minster Centre, the leading integrative training centre in Europe, and studied a range of diverse therapeutic approaches.
Types of therapy I offer
- Attachment-based psychotherapy
- Integrative psychotherapy/counselling
- Person-centred psychotherapy
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy
- Relational psychotherapy
I can help with...
- Addictions – alcohol, drugs, etc
- Adoption/abandonment issues
- Affairs and betrayals
- Anger management
- Asperger's syndrome
- Bed wetting
- Bereavement and loss
- Bipolar disorder
- Body image
- Borderline personality
- Career coaching
- Cerebral palsy
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Coping with chronic ill health or chronic pain
- Coping with a terminal illness
- Creative blocks
- Cross-cultural relationships
- Dissociative disorders
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Educational performance
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Gender issues
- Insomnia and sleep problems
- Internet addiction
- Lack of energy
- Loneliness and isolation
- Low mood
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Major life changes
- Obsessive–compulsive tendencies
- Panic attacks
- Perfectionist traits
- Personal development
- Physical abuse
- Postnatal depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Pregnancy, birth and loss
- Procrastination and 'stuckness'
- Regaining control of emotions
- Relationship difficulties
- Separation and divorce
- Sex addiction
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual problems
- Social anxiety
- Suicidal thoughts
- Traumatic childhood
- Unexplained and persistent physical symptoms
- Weight management
- Work-related issues
Types of client I see
- Older people
Languages I speak
- Room 23 at 175–7 Borough High Street, SE1 1HR
As an integrative therapist, I trained in a wide range of diverse therapeutic models, including psychodynamic, humanistic and existential approaches, body therapy, attachment theory and contemporary relational models. This gives me breadth and flexibility so that I can tailor my approach to each individual client.
While I listen to the words that pass between us, I also pay attention to the ways that our bodies communicate, and what our physical being tells us about our deeper emotional state.
I’m interested in relational dynamics, from our earliest experiences, to the connections we build (or struggle to form) with family, friends and colleagues, to wider issues around politics, class, environment and society.
- How does our past impact our present?
- Is it possible to feel safe, settled and at peace in the modern world?
- How do we find a sense of belonging when there is so little certainty?
I’m also interested in the impact of social media and 24/7 connectivity, as well as only-children (or parents/partners of only-children), boarding school, and eating disorders.
I offer weekly therapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space. Some clients find that more frequent sessions are helpful; we can discuss this during our sessions. Therapy can be time-limited (where we agree a fixed number of sessions in advance) or open-ended: we can discuss this when we meet
There’s no doubt that going to therapy has become more ‘normal’ in recent years. Countless people – me included – have found it helpful to share struggles in a confidential, safe environment. Opening up in this way can be transformative. Nonetheless, choosing to begin therapy is still a big decision, especially at times when we may be feeling particularly vulnerable.
Perhaps you are grieving the loss of a loved one, or struggle to sustain meaningful relationships. Maybe you or someone close to you is self-harming, feeling suicidal, or struggling to get out of bed in the mornings?
I have experience working with diverse clients at all stages of life. If you would like to arrange an initial consultation, or if you have any questions, please email or call me. I aim to respond to all messages within one business day.
Training and qualifications
I trained at The Minster Centre in London, which is the leading integrative psychotherapy and counselling training institute in Europe.
I hold a Diploma in Integrative Counselling and am currently working towards a Master’s degree in Integrative Psychotherapy.
Before training to be a therapist, I was a magazine journalist in Soho, and worked in the City. I also volunteered as a Samaritan in Central London. In addition to my therapy qualifications, I have a BA in Religious Studies and an MA in English Literature. I also volunteer as a counsellor at Waterloo Community Counselling, a low-cost therapy service.
I abide by the BACP’s ethical code of conduct.
Fees and availability
I charge £70 for a 50-minute session at Relational Spaces in London Bridge.
I also see clients in Honor Oak Park, SE23, where my fee is £60. If you decide to come twice weekly, there is a reduced rate.
Please do contact me for an initial consultation. This does not commit you to anything, but gives us an opportunity to discuss how therapy might work for you.