© 2019 Rhiannon Robertson

About me

As an integrative therapist I am trained in three main therapeutic approaches; humanistic, cognitive behavioural and psychodynamic. This allows me to adapt my way of working to each client’s individual needs.

 

Our sense of who we are is deeply entwined with our past and present relationships. As a relational therapist, at the heart of my practice lies the relationship between client and therapist. How a client relates in the therapy room, can give important insight into how they relate to others outside of the room. I therefore rely on the therapeutic relationship to help me navigate the client’s world and explore how past experiences can impact on the present. 

 

I place huge importance on building a supportive and trusting relationship, where I encourage honest and open feedback from my clients. I very much view therapy as a collaborative process, where both therapist and client contribute. 

 

                                                                 

Experience:

I have worked with men and women of all ages, cultures, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. I have a broad range of clinical experience, working with a wide range issues including:

 

  • Depression              

  • Stress            

  • Emotional regulation

  • Low self-esteem

  • Addiction

  • Anxiety

  • Childhood trauma

  • Relationship problems

 

I have previously managed the IAPT brief counselling service for Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham, and worked as a counsellor in voluntary and higher education settings. I currently work as a Psychotherapist in NHS secondary care, with clients who have complex, long-term mental health diagnoses such as Borderline Personality Disorder.

 

Prior to retraining, I worked for ten years in the creative industries, in theatre, TV and music. 

 

 

Training and Professional Membership:

 

  • I have a Masters in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Roehampton.

 

  • I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. As a member of the BACP I adhere their ethical code of conduct. I am committed to developing my practice and regularly seek professional development opportunities.