Psychotherapy tends to look more deeply than counselling or CBT into the underlying issues and causes of our inability to live life as fully as we would like. It involves talking more about your past to help you overcome problems you’re having in the present. Psychotherapy is often a longer term therapy. Sessions are usually an hour long and can continue for a year or more.
There are different types of psychotherapy, but they all aim to help you understand more about yourself, improve your relationships and get more out of life. Psychotherapy can be especially useful in helping people with long-term or recurring problems to find the cause of their difficulties.
Find a Psychotherapist in London at the Bloomsbury Therapy Centre
Here you will find brief details of the psychotherapists working at the Centre. Follow the links for further details.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything about the therapy offered, you can contact each therapist directly.
Saskia Ohlin MSc PsyD CPsychol
Chartered Counselling Psychologist. Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Schematherapist
Almost 20 years of experience working with a range of mental health issues both in private and NHS setting.
Stephen BriggsMA, Msc, PhD Psychodynamic Psychotherapist
30+ years of experience of psychotherapy with adults and young people. My aim is to offer a safe therapeutic space in which to think about and make sense of difficult feelings and experiences. I work from a psychodynamic approach, taking account of aspects of our emotional and relational lives we are not immediately or more deeply aware of, understanding difficult feelings, and linking these with our past and present lives.
Both short-term and open-ended therapy for individuals, experience across a range of areas, including: work-related stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, sexuality, relationship issues, and low self-esteem.