I have over 20 years clinical experience working in the NHS as a psychiatrist and specialist psychotherapist.
My psychotherapy training within the NHS majored in psychodynamic psychotherapy and was in a department that valued brief therapy as well as longer term therapy. My respect for psychotherapy of different types also developed there. I am a trainer and supervisor in cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) and, after I became an NHS consultant in 1997, I also went on to train as a group analyst.
- Medical degree: MB.BCh. (1984)
- Registered with the General Medical Council
- Postgraduate examination in psychiatry: MRCPsych (1989)
- Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
- Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (Psychotherapy) (1997)
- Diploma in Clinical Psychotherapy, King’s College, London (1992)
- Psychotherapist training with the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy,
- UKCP registered (ACAT, 1998)
- Accredited supervisor with the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (1993)
- M.Sc. Group Analysis, Birkbeck College, University of London (2002)
- Qualifying Course in Group Analysis
- Member of the Institute of Group Analysis
- UKCP registered (IGA, 2005)
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