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Self Team


The Self Team are a diverse expert team of therapists and coaches who have a dynamic and effective approach to working with you to help you
feel more yourself.

All of our practitioners have suitable experience and are all HCPC or BACP registered.

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Jodie Cariss
MA, HCPC, BAdth, TIHR
Therapist & Executive Coach
Founder

Jodie is the founder of Self Space and www.carisscreative.co.uk. She is a Therapist with over 15 years experience in the field and a Tavistock trained executive coach. She has a direct and dynamic approach to her practice and a deeply empathic and approachable manner to the way she works.
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Sophie Lasek
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist
Head of Therapeutic Services

Sophie is a vibrant dramatherapist and the Head of Therapeutic Services at Self Space. She specialises in low self esteem, attachment and developing self-compassion. She has worked for adult mental health NHS services as well as in schools working with staff and pupils. She has a passion for enabling people to discover their potential. Sophie has experience with a range of needs including anxiety, low mood, grief, loss, trauma and relational issues.

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Chance Marshall
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist
Lead Practitioner | Head of Social Content

Chance offers a warm, approachable, non judgemental space using both talk-based therapy and creative arts therapy when useful. His specialist areas are anxiety, depression, alcohol and substance misuse, relationships, stress and behavioural patterns. Chance works with clients in recognising and developing personal resilience. He has experience of working within the NHS, addiction services, charities and education. 


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Marianna Vogt
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist, Supervisor

Marianna is a dramatherapist and IGA trained clinical supervisor. She uses talk-based therapy along with creative arts and body work to explore clients’ emotional, intellectual and interpersonal health, enhancing well-being and helping to realise personal, creative and professional potential.
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Andy Critchley
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist

Andy has a warm, empathic and dynamic approach. As a therapist in NHS mental well-being services he has worked with a wide spectrum of need including self esteem, isolation, low mood, anxiety, formative relationships, loss, transition, understanding patterns of behaviour, realising potential and celebrating being yourself. Andy believes therapy can be challenging but also kind, inspiring, collaborative and sometimes fun.

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Helen Broughton
MA, BADth, HCPC
Therapist

Helen works with a person-centered, creative approach to offer clients a space that is non-judgemental, empathic and safe. She believes in supporting clients towards healing and growth through deeper understanding of themselves and the challenges they experience. Her current work also involves practice in NHS adult mental health services and with adult survivors of abuse. Helen works with a range of issues, including bereavement, depression, anxiety, adverse childhood experiences, as well as self esteem and assertiveness.


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Colin Campbell
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist

Colin is an engaging and effective practitioner. He works across a range of presenting issues including anxiety and depression, and specialises in grief therapy. He has a humble and grounded approach to the way he works.

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Laura Main
MA, BADth, HCPC
Therapist

Laura creates a warm, relaxed, non-judgemental space in which to talk and listen. She has worked within a range of mental health settings supporting individuals with issues including anxiety, depression, attachment and behavioural difficulties. Laura is currently undergoing further specialist training in bereavement support and has much experience working with people affected by loss, trauma and grief.

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Rachel Bloggs
MA, UKCP
Psychotherapist

Rachel believes in working with her clients to help them process and heal their emotional difficulties. She creates a safe and relational environment and uses an integrative approach in order to encourage depth and a greater understanding of the issues that her clients are working through. Rachel works with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, grief, loss and childhood adversity.

 
 
 
 

Join the Self Team


We have a unique and contemporary approach to the way we work. To ensure equality across our practice you need to be willing to work collaboratively with us and to bring your energy and expertise to meet our values and ethos. You need to be open-minded, flexible in your approach and open to new ways of working.

To join the team please download the form below and send the completed version to hey@theselfspace.com

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