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Our Therapists


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, BACP or UKCP registered.

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Jodie Cariss

Jodie Cariss
MA, HCPC, BADth, TIHR
Clinical Lead | 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.

Jodie is currently not taking on new clients.

Chance Marshall

Chance Marshall
MA, HCPC, BADth
Lead Therapist | Founding Partner
chance@theselfspace.com

Chance has a grounded, creative and empathetic approach in working with clients towards self-awareness and real, lasting personal and interpersonal change. He supports people experiencing a range of challenges including: anxiety, depression, alcohol and substance misuse, relationships, dealing with change, loss and work-related stress. Experienced in Adult Mental Health, Addiction Therapy and working with Refugee and Asylum Seekers.

Chance is currently not taking on new clients.

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Artemis Rentoumi
MBACP
Psychotherapist
artemis@theselfspace.com

As a BACP accredited integrative counsellor and psychotherapist, I believe that communication is a valuable tool to support mental health. During my previous roles in a multitude of settings I have worked with people with varying presenting difficulties and have gained a diverse skillset. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, OCD, gender and sexual identity issues, addictions, isolation, self- esteem, and relationship difficulties.  My practise is LGBTQ+ affirmative. I offer sessions in English and Greek.

Tasha Bailey

Polly Miskiewicz
HCPC
MA Creative Psychotherapist
polly@theselfspace.com

Polly (she/her) is an approachable, empathetic and grounded person-centred creative psychotherapist. Passionate about self-awareness and how we engage with our sense of self, Polly can support your personal exploration through creative processes and in doing so, helping you to deepen self reflection and understanding. Working mindfully with art and nature, often using found organic materials, Polly is able to create an accessible, non-judgemental safe space - whether online or offline.

Polly has previously worked for charities, schools and practiced internationally supporting people struggling with trauma, abuse, personal identity and depression. Today she specialises in working with young people and women at all stages of their personal journeys.

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Sienna Rose Weller
MA, BACP 
Psychotherapist
sienna@theselfspace.com

Sienna is an Integrative Psychotherapist. She has studied psychology and movement for the past ten years in the United States, and later specialised in Somatic Psychotherapy. Her practice centers the power of care and curiosity to develop resilience and self-advocacy to navigate life’s core challenges. Sienna specialises in anxiety, depression, intimacy and relationships, low self-esteem as well as trauma with a focus on healing histories of domestic violence and narcissistic abuse (both familial and interpersonal). Sessions can involve movement exercises, breath-work, and creative experimentation in conjunction with a range of talk-based methods.

Siggy Verelst

Gazala Malik
MSc, MBACP
Integrative Counsellor      gazala@theselfspace.com

Gazala is a person-centred practitioner who will provide you with a compassionate, safe space in which you can work creatively to find new meaning in your life. She has a particular interest in working with symptoms of depression and anxiety and how to understand and work through these with you, in a collaborative way. She specialises in working theoretically through the grief process, supporting you as you move towards acceptance, whilst holding space for the journey to get there. Gazala also has experience working with eating disorders, work related stress, isolation, displacement, cultural identity, relationship difficulties, managing emotions, low self-esteem using CBT methods and living with long term health problems. Gazala works sensitively with clients from all cultural backgrounds, religions and spiritual diversities and fully supports what this means for the therapeutic work. Gazala offers sessions in English, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi.

Iman Ben Ahmed

Gosia Czerwien-Kikla
MA, BAAT, HCPC
Creative Psychotherapist, EMDR Therapist
gosia@theselfspace.com

Gosia’s practice is compassionate and creative, she is passionate about supporting you in your journey to self-discovery, freedom and growth. Gosia is a trauma informed therapist and through her practice, she developed a specialism in psychological trauma and various ways in which trauma can be manifested in the body. She is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy), which is one of the specialist treatments for PTSD and helps to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. Gosia's goal is to help you to discover and understand yourself fully so that you can stay grounded and enjoy the present. She has worked in the NHS for over 5 years and is experienced in working with trauma, anxiety, depression and bereavement. 

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Stephen Buck
BACP 
Integrative Counsellor 
stephen@theselfspace.com

Stephen is an experienced and creative Senior Counsellor with a broad and diverse clinical expertise. He uses a tailored approach, drawing from a variety of psychological approaches to ensure the sessions work for you. Stephen aims to generate an environment that is equal, free, professional and open at all times to joint collaboration, adjustment and review. He brings his own creative and international experience from working in both corporate and the not-for-profit sector to his practice. Stephen's specialism is the management of high-risk cases and creating bespoke clinical pathways for the individual. Stephen has experience working with anxiety, low mood, relationship struggles, stress and inner conflict, sexuality, LGBTQI+ issues, workplace stress, abuse, disability, body image, bullying and harassment, 
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Mark Hunte
MBACP
Intercultural Counsellor

mark@theselfspace.com

Mark (he/him) uses a person-centred approach to help you in navigating through your challenges in order to achieve long term wellness. He does this by helping you become aware of the impact that your external experiences can have on you, whether this be at work, at home or in the wider world. Mark's warmth and gentle nature alongside his experience of working with both youth and adult clients; will provide a comfortable and confidential space for you to explore your thoughts and emotions, while providing you with the tools to achieve your wellness goals. Mark specialises in workplace relationships, coping with stress and exploring your identity.


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Avital Bitan
MBACP
Psychotherapist
avital@theselfspace.com

Avital is a warm and empathic therapist who has a background in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing. She uses different modalities to help support your well-being with a primary focus on  person-centred techniques, which supports self-exploration supporting you to develop a deeper sense of self-awareness. Avital has experience working in different mental health settings supporting clients with eating disorders, self-harming behaviours, low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. 
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Sarah Savage
MBACP/MBICA
Integrative therapeutic counsellor
Sarah@theselfspace.com

As an Integrative Counsellor, Sarah (she/her) is passionate about supporting you to help make positive differences in your life and relationships and find a level of acceptance that supports your growth. Sarah has experience of working in private practice and a GP surgery, bringing a varied client base presenting anxiety, trauma, loss, depression, abuse, relationships, attachment and many other issues. Sarah is a registered Infertility Counsellor specialising in infertility, childlessness and infantile loss.
Siggy Verelst

Kit Leaver
MA, BACP
Counsellor
kit@theselfspace.com

Kit offers a safe and compassionate space for you  to bring all of your complexities,  challenges and successes, working with you to find your own resolutions and healing. She is a trauma -informed, culturally sensitive counsellor, integrating a range of strategies into her gentle Person-Centred approach. She has worked in occupational health for a number of years and supported people with vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burn-out, issues of identity and race, work-related stress, anxiety, depression and  trauma. Her approach is to consider you  holistically and she works respectfully with different faith and cultural backgrounds, having a deep understanding of difference, cross-cultural issues and integration. Kit spent 20 years in youth and community work, has run a national fringe festival and loves working with humans and dogs. As a counsellor she has over 10 years experience of supporting people with brief and open-ended therapy, supervision and reflective practice.

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Kae Spencer
BA, MBCAP, Dip
Psychotherapist
kae@theselfspace.com

Kae is an Integrative Therapist, working integratively means she can tailor therapy to suit each individual, and your particular needs. Kae has a person centered approach to the way she works, encouraging openness, autonomy, empowerment, and self-compassion. She incorporates various therapeutic models including; Compassion Focused Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She is a warm, deeply empathic and insightful person, and is committed to your well-being, aiming to help you to feel seen, heard, and safe throughout your time together. Kae has experience in working with people who have experienced; depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, eating disorders, suicidal ideation, relationship breakdown, and specialises in body image, and disordered eating. Kae is currently completing an MA in Psychotherapy & Counselling.

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Airen Koopmans
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist

airen@theselfspace.com

Airen (she/her) is a warm, grounded and creative therapist who individually tailors sessions to your needs and towards long-lasting, positive change. Airen has extensive experience in supporting people with stress, anxiety, low mood, relationship difficulties, codependency, eating disorders and addictions. She is able to offer therapy sessions in English as well as Dutch.

Siggy Verelst

Charlotte Hollingworth
MA, MBACP
Integrative Therapist
charlotte@theselfspace.com

Charlotte offers a warm and down to earth, conversational style of therapy and prides herself on building trusting therapeutic relationships. Charlotte is an integrative therapist, who works in response to your needs. Her sessions support greater self-awareness and the possibility of change and transformation. She believes we all have the capacity to heal, to have personal insights, to feel differently about ourselves, our relationships and the world. She has worked in the NHS and specialises in symptoms of depression, anxiety, identity, confidence/esteem, PTSD, fertility, sexuality, ADHD, weight/body, relationship issues.
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Adele Ambris
MBACP
Psychodynamic Therapist      adele@theselfspace.com

Adele (she/her) is a dedicated therapist providing a warm and confidential space that allows you to explore areas of your life that you may be struggling with. She aims to raise your level of awareness exploring patterns of behaviour and exploring their helpfulness in the here and now. Adele provides a safe space by building trust within the therapeutic relationship and ultimately empowering you as an individual, returning to a sense of autonomy and effecting lasting change.  She has experience with a wide range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, bereavement, social anxiety, long term illness, workplace stress and anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues and she has also supported those with mental health diagnosis. Adele has a background in Psychodynamic therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and provides both short term and open-ended therapy. Within your sessions you will receive a dynamic and individually tailored therapy, using both modalities to enable behavioural changes and psychoeducation.

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Gemma Latimer
MSc, UKCP, MBACP 
Gestalt Psychotherapist
gemma@theselfspace.com

As a Gestalt Psychotherapist, Gemma (she/her) will support you in exploring their experiences and needs often creatively or experientially to understand themselves more fully. She specialises in working with supporting anxiety, depression, loss, trauma, relationship, pregnancy and low self-esteem.  As a process specialist, Gemma is particularly interested in ‘how’ words are communicated by noticing accompanying energy, tone and movement.  She has a warm and accepting presence and assists clients in growing resources, to self-compassionately see how energy may have become stuck and discover how they might begin to free themselves to feel alive and empowered.

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Damian Castello 
                         MBACP                               Psychotherapist & Supervisor
damian@theselfspace.com

Damian (he/him) is an integrative psychotherapist. He brings together different elements of specific therapies, tailored to suit your needs and personal circumstances. Damian has experience with helping people with low self-esteem, disruptive patterns of behaviour and overwhelming emotions, such as anxiety and anger.  Damian's life passion is to support people with living happy and healthy lives and to achieve their full potential. Damian has over 8 years experience of working therapeutically in varying roles, which have included the Samaritans, providing group and individual therapy to young people in schools and adults in prison and private therapy and supervision practice.

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Lynne Blundell
BA BACP, BPS
Counsellor
lynne@theselfspace.com

Lynne (she/her) is an Integrative Therapist, whose work is grounded in a Person-Centred approach. She uses a range of therapeutic models including Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, Art Therapy, Therapeutic Journaling and CBT. She is a warm and empathic counsellor, deep thinking and intuitive. Lynne sees the relationship between individual and counsellor as integral and will work creatively with you to find the right process and therapy style. She has significant experience working with people who have experienced domestic abuse and addiction, and has counselled people experiencing depression, anxiety, panic attacks, bereavement, grief, self-harm, suicidal ideation, miscarriage, childhood abuse, relationship difficulties and long-term health problems. Lynne is also a 'Spatial Anxiety' Researcher and is currently completing her MA in Psychology.
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Emily Adams  
MSc UKCP
Psychotherapist
emily@theselfspace.com

Emily (she/they) is an approachable, down to earth and compassionate therapist. She works from a Person-Centred philosophy, meaning the essence of her approach is to work with you in a warm, supportive, non-judgmental relationship that can enable you to find your own way towards a more satisfying way of living. Emily’s sessions are client-led, where you’ll work together in exploring yourself and your concerns with gentle curiosity. Emily has experience supporting people with anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, losses in all their forms, trauma, relationship issues, concerns with work and many other issues. You will be welcome, as you are, with whatever is bringing you to therapy.

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Dan Saccoccio
BA Hons, BACP, Relate qualified Person Centred/Relationship counsellor
daniel@theselfspace.com

Dan specialises in couples and relationship counselling. He works to support you through a variety of relational issues with the invitation to collaborate through better communication. He has a person-centered approach which provides a safe space for you to feel understood, respected and accepted. Many of the people he meets in the therapy room are men and he is aware that men are far less likely to seek out therapy. Dan trained to be a therapist later in life having had his share of life’s struggles, he hopes that through his own experiences he now offers a compassionate perspective in his work as a therapist.
Sophie Gunnion Lasek

Sophie Gunnion Lasek
MA, HCPC
Dramatherapist & Supervisor
sophie@theselfspace.com

Sophie (she/her) is a vibrant dramatherapist. 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.

Mycah Tequeron

Robin Hogg
MBACP
Integrative Counsellor
Robin@theselfspace.com

Robin (he/him) is an integrative counsellor. He tailors the therapeutic offering to the needs of the individual, his approach includes psychoeducation to help you to understand why what you are facing is having an impact.  Robin has extensive experience in helping people come to terms and live better with grief and complex grief. He has experience in supporting people with anxiety, depression, low self esteem and those carrying the pain from bullying and other adverse childhood experiences. Robin has been able to use his previous Police service to support those who have survived sexual assaults and his training provides access to a wide range of modalities including CBT, Gestalt, transactional Analysis and arts therapy. Robin is also qualified to deliver REWIND therapy for those suffering intrusive flashbacks associated with traumatic events especially with people suffering with the effects of PTSD. Robin uses a blend of these approaches according to the clients needs.

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Jonathan Feld
MSc, MBACP
Therapist
jonathan@theselfspace.com

​​Jonathan practices an empathetic, integrative therapy drawn from different schools of psychological theory, such as cognitive, motivational & person-centred. He caters to your individual needs, whether they be personal, work-related, or family-related. He has successfully empowered people for over 25 years through safe, nurturing processes; working with depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, dual diagnosis, alcoholism & addiction. His clinical experience includes work in both the public and private sectors in the United Kingdom and France. He has worked in crisis response & with community NHS mental health teams. He speaks English & French. 

Ryan Campinho Valadas

Ryan Campinho Valadas
MA, HCPC, BADth, COSRT
Integrative Therapist
ryan@theselfspace.com

Ryan (he/him) is a queer-identifying and queer-affirming therapist. His therapeutic approach is flexible, down to earth, and compassionate. He is passionate about supporting others in finding clarity and relief from overwhelming anxieties, and better connecting to their identities, life journeys, and goals. Ryan has worked with substance misuse, trauma, adult and children’s mental health, giving him a well-rounded understanding of a person’s lifespan. He is currently specialising in Psychosexual Therapy, and looking forward to support individuals and couples/relationships in any sex, sexuality, and relationship matters.

Mycah Tequeron

Mycah Tequeron
BADth, MA, HCPC
Therapist
mycah@theselfspace.com

Mycah’s (he/him) clinical practice has had a broad focus including childhood adversity, schizophrenia, mutism, anxiety, stress, trauma and depression. His practice supports the development of confidence, esteem and a stronger sense of self. He encourages the opportunity for people to explore and gain greater awareness and understanding of themselves, situations and relationships.

Daniela

Daniela Gallini
BSc (Hons) in Psychology , MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist
daniela@theselfspace.com

Daniela uses a client-centred approach as a way to help you to access and process difficult emotions. She has a creative and dynamic approach to her practice and will work with you to support your growth, move beyond feelings of stuckness and process challenging experiences. She has a special interest in working with trauma and PTSD, helping you to ground yourself in the present moment.  She has experience working with a range of psychological needs including, ASD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and misbehaving conduct. She has a wide range of experience facilitating individual and group therapy and has worked within the NHS. Daniela offers sessions in English and in Spanish.

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell
MA, HCPC, BADth
Therapist
colin@theselfspace.com

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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Helen Broughton
MA, BADth, HCPC
Therapist
helen@theselfspace.com

Helen (she/her) works with a person-centered, creative approach to offer you a space that is non-judgemental, empathic and safe. She believes in supporting you towards healing and growth through deeper understanding of yourself and the challenges that you may experience. Her current work also involves practice in NHS adult mental health services. Helen works with a range of issues, including bereavement, depression, anxiety, trauma, adverse childhood experiences, as well as self esteem and assertiveness.
Mayessi Svoronou

Mayessi Svoronou
BSc, MA, MBACP
Psychotherapist
mayessi@theselfspace.com

Mayessi (she/her) is a psychodynamic/ psychoanalytic psychotherapist with several years of experience in the NHS and in private practice. Her approach includes a safe and confidential dynamic exploration of histories and relationships that define us. Mayessi has supported people with different presenting challenges including: gender issues, trauma, relationships, depression and anxiety. Mayessi offers sessions in English and in Greek.

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Amrit Sagoo
MA, BA (Hons), MBACP, MNCS
Existential Psychotherapist
amrit@theselfspace.com

Amrit (she/her) is an existential psychotherapist. Her practice centres around the belief that "it's the relationship that heals", and her therapeutic focus is based very much on the client/therapist relationship. She is emphatic and thoughtful and offers a safe, contained therapeutic space to explore what may be going on for you whilst also bearing witness to your unique stories. In her work at the NHS and private practice, Amrit specialises in trauma arising from sexual violence/assault and is well-versed in working with PTSD and the fragmented pieces often present in the aftermath of trauma.
Laura Main

Laura Main
MA, HCPC, BADth
Dramatherapist
laura@theselfspace.com

Laura holds an in-depth specialist knowledge of working with grief and bereavement. She is expert in understanding themes of loss, identity, anxiety and depression.  Laura is a warm, grounded and empathetic therapist, passionate in supporting you through a journey of self-exploration, reflection and continual development. There are no ‘drama skills’ required or expected in sessions, Laura supports a client led space where image and story can be explored, to help engage with feelings. She holds a particular interest in trauma manifesting in the body and is skilled at working therapeutically with movement. Laura has worked in a variety of sectors within the NHS, schools and specialist centres, with individuals and their families. 

Chris Eggleton

Chris Eggleton
BACP accredited
Integrative Counsellor
chris.eggleton@theselfspace.com

Chris Eggleton (he/him) has significant experience as a BACP accredited Integrative counsellor working in the NHS and private practice to successfully address a wide variety of emotional and psychological issues, including the challenges of depression, anxiety, stress, abuse, low self-esteem, loss, grief and drug and alcohol misuse. As a counsellor he has been consistently among the most successful practitioners in the NHS. He specialises in working with you to gain a true understanding of the role of your life experience in the challenges you may face today, so enabling you to achieve the lasting change and long-term wellbeing that you deserve.

Dr Dee Khaira

Dr. Dee Khaira
BSc (Hons), MSc, DClinPsych, HCPC
Clinical Psychologist
dee@theselfspace.com

Dee (she/her) believes in being a down-to-earth, approachable, compassionate psychologist. She strives to support those who are struggling emotionally in working with them to create a meaningful and fulfilling life, with a focus on strength and wellness, in all aspects. Her approach to managing emotional difficulties is in a way that builds resilience for life-long self-care and emotional wellbeing. Dee has experience of working with people of all ages, both in the NHS and in private practice, and likes to work in a client-led, integrated and creative way, with different therapeutic approaches, including: CBT, ACT, DBT, MBCT, narrative and systemic approaches. She has experience in helping people with managing emotions (a variety of anxieties and mood-related issues), stress (including career-related, health-related and study or work-related stress), relationship breakdown, cultural identity and physical health issues.
Finn Neary

Finn Neary
MA, HCPC, BAAT
Psychotherapist
finian@theselfspace.com

Finn is an experienced and empathetic arts psychotherapist who is committed to supporting you on your own journey of self-exploration, reflection and development through creative mediums. He works with day to day challenges or issues and concerns which may have been hidden for years. Art therapy is not about being good or bad at art, it’s the opposite, more a vehicle for the expression of emotions. Art expression in a therapeutic safe space can help identify thoughts and emotions that might not be accessed so readily by other ‘left-brain’ approaches; expect a client-led approach. Finn has experience of working with a wide range of people across all age groups.
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Ronak Motlagh
BACP
 Integrative Counsellor 
ronak@theselfspace.com

With a background in Psychodynamic counselling, Ronak will be working with you on identifying how your past experiences and relationships have shaped you. This includes gaining a deeper understanding of the difficulties you may currently be experiencing. Throughout her work, she has developed and tailored her clinical approach to the individual's needs which has enabled her to develop an integrative approach based on where you find yourself when you start your counselling journey. She has supported people struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, career and study related stress including perfectionism, self-esteem, relationship difficulties, abuse, alcohol misuse, trauma, PTSD, cultural trauma, cultural identity, isolation, displacement and chronic health issues. She offers sessions in English, German and Farsi (Persian/Iranian).

Sara Duffy

Sara Duffy
Registered MBACP (Accred)
Integrative Counsellor
sara.duffy@theselfspace.com

Sara (she/her) has a warm, genuine and empathic style and offers an integrative and relational model to help you to explore your beliefs and values. By learning to identify and experience our feelings and where they come from, we can understand ourselves better. With greater awareness Sara believes we have more freedom to make choices about our lives that really benefit us, and she can support you in making changes that feel right for you. Her experience includes working at a Fertility clinic helping support people on their journey to start a family, working with survivors of child sexual abuse, grief, loss, anxiety, self confidence and family issues.
Simona Campli

Simona Campli
MBACP(Accred.), BST specialist
Systemic Psychotherapist, Coach and Clinical Supervisor
simona@theselfspace.com

Simona (she/her) specialises in brief therapies and in a relationship framework. She works with individuals and couples. Her work aims to co-create and reach long-lasting transformational goals with you in the shortest period of time while fostering resourceful autonomy and effective communication in a flexible and tailored intervention. Her passion is in igniting positive change, supporting people in designing their own version of wellbeing and advocating for better futures. Her experience includes working in the Charity Sector, education and creative worlds as well as the private sector. Simona works both in Italian and English. She is also a clinical supervisor working with students and recently qualified therapist from a variety of approaches and can be booked for these sessions.

Andy Critchley

Andy Critchley
MA, HCPC, BADth
Senior Therapist
andy@theselfspace.com

Andy (he/him) 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. Andy's practice is LGBTQ+ affirmative.


Tasha Bailey

Tasha Bailey
MA, MBACP, UKCP
Integrative Child & Adult Psychotherapist
tasha@theselfspace.com

Tasha (she/her) believes therapy can be creative, informal and a space for laughter. She uses playfulness, humour and “real talk”, reconnecting you with your inner child to restore self-love & joy. Sessions with Tasha will start by co-creating a safe, affirming space so that trust can begin to grow. She challenges individuals to make sense of past wounds and how they show up in our present relationships with ourselves and with others. Trained to work with children, teens & adults, Tasha has worked in schools, higher education and the charity sector. Tasha wants therapy to feel adaptable, relatable and inclusive. Her expertise includes childhood trauma, confidence, anxiety, imposter syndrome, self-worth, relationship difficulties, race, culture and intersectionality.
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Kathleen Gherardi
MA MBACP
Psychotherapist
Kathleen@theselfspace.com

Kathleen (she/her) supports you in working towards ways of accepting yourselves and your reality, so that you are free to do what you are capable of doing and to live a more creative and enjoyable life. Kathleen is an experienced psychodynamic and person centred therapist, mentor, and life coach. She has worked with children, teenagers, university students, adults, and senior adults. Some of her specialisms are - work and career issues, commitment worries, co-dependence, relationships, lack of motivation and energy, grief and bereavement, PTSD, gender and LGBTQ+ issues.
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Dr. Ravi Gill
DProf, BPS, HCPC
Practitioner Psychologist / Chartered Health Psychologist
ravi@theselfspace.com

Ravi works using a person centred, solution focused approach within sessions, incorporating elements of cognitive behavioural therapy while encouraging you to explore and develop a greater understanding of yourself. Ravi’s clinical experience covers a wide range of presentations including: complex mental health such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, personality disorders and dual diagnosis clients. As well as managing anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues and lifestyle changes. She has both clinical NHS experience; working within crisis response and community mental health teams and within the private sector. Other clinical experience includes supporting those with PTSD and complex trauma within Occupational Health settings for the Metropolitan Police Service.



 


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