About this Service
I trained as an integrative psychotherapist and bring together ideas from several schools of thought – my main influences come from Gestalt, Existential psychotherapy and psychodynamics. I also incorporate mindfulness techniques in my work.
My approach is humanistic and relational and central to this is the view that self-awareness is key to psychological health, healing and wellbeing. Recognizing that we are all unique I tailor my work in response to each individual.
I provide a supportive, focused, space and time where you’ll be listened to without judgment and encouraged to pause, reflect and look beneath the surface of your immediate experiences; to explore and discover more about yourself and to find your strengths. I’ll encourage you to look with interest and compassion (not self-criticism) into who you are and why you do what you do. This process helps you develop deeper self- understanding, emotional resilience and to become clearer about your choices and best path ahead.
I’m experienced in working with a wide range of concerns, some of which are- depression, anxiety, relationship issues, divorce, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, sexuality, family difficulties, trauma, issues from childhood, abuse, bereavement & loss, life transitions (ageing, divorce, retirement, illness, moving home), student issues.
I’m particularly skilled and experienced in working with issues related to bereavements & loss; this includes working with those who have suffered a traumatic bereavement such as a suicide, accident or death of a child. Please see my website for more details – link above. (www.mjamiesonpsychotherapy.co.uk
Experience, Focus Areas and Condition Specialisations
- General Counselling
- Identity Development
- Self Esteem
- Self Harm
- Work Related Issues
Main Client Groups
- Long-Term, Face-to-Face
- Short-Term, Face-to-Face
UKCP Registered, Integrative Psychotherapist.
MSc. Integrative Psychotherapy (Metanoia Instute/Middlesex University)
BSc. (Hons) Psychology from Birkbeck (university of London).
I trained at Metanoia Institute, Ealing, London.
I’m a UKCP Reg. psychotherapist/counsellor with over 10 years experience of working with people who bring a wide range of issues.
My particular interest is in working with issues related to life transitions, loss and Bereavement.
- I’ve been working in private practice since 2014.
- For over 5 years prior to this I was a bereavement counsellor in an NHS Hospice and received additional training here. I’m particularly skilled and attuned to this kind of work. My experience includes working with traumatic bereavements such as a suicide, death of a child, sudden deaths,
- Counsellor for mental health charity MIND: My experience here included working with issues such as: depression, anxiety, exam stress, self-harm, relationship issues, eating disorders, family/early childhood issues, trauma, bereavement, work related problems, illness.
- Honorary Psychotherapist in NHS Hospital psychotherapy department for 2.5 years. Here I worked long term with patients referred through mental health services. Issues included: childhood trauma, relationship difficulties, family difficulties, health issues, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, isolation, personality disorders.
This practitioner prefers to be identified as: Counsellor, Psychotherapist