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Murray is an existential psychotherapist and a psychosexual psychotherapist, with an MA from Regents University and a London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship therapy. He works integratively with both individuals and couples to resolve sexual and relationship problems. Murray is currently undertaking a Phd looking at the phenomenology of male sexuality and how it affects sexual performance and embodied perception.
Julia is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and counsellor and a registered member of BACP. She works integratively which involves an understanding that each client has unique needs indicating different ways of working at different times and she draws on a combination of approaches to help individuals explore and improve their personal and working lives.
Julia sees clients in Letchworth whilst also working as a psychological therapist within the NHS and in higher education as a university counsellor. She brings experience from her previous career as a lawyer working with issues concerning the family, ageing and mental health.
Tom is a qualified, UKCP accredited psychotherapist, working with a pluralistic approach. He is also trained in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor, which is a body based psychotherapy. Prior to training as a psychotherapist, Tom worked in industry and marketing and ran his own manufacturing business for over 30 years. His particular area of interest is how the experiences of formative years can shape ways of perceiving, and being, in the world today. Often experiences that did not validate our true nature show up later in life as anxiety, depression, feelings of shame and self-destructive tendencies. Tom’s practice is based in Croxley Green, Hertfordshire where there is free parking and nearby access to the London Underground. The rooms are on a well-lit shopping street with a coffee shop nearby.
Maritsa is a qualified Counselling Psychologist who is registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) as well as with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). She has worked both within the UK and in South Africa.
Maritsa works within an Integrative Model, drawing upon various models and techniques which best suit each clients' individual needs, thereby individualising treatment to what works best for a client and their presenting issues.
Maritsa offers a full counselling service seeing both children and adults in a warm and non-judgmental space, seeing clients both short and long term depending on their needs.
Individualised therapy is offered in the following areas: scholastic, ADHD, divorced parents and step-families, adjustment problems, grief/bereavement, anxiety, depression, trauma/crisis intervention and general wellbeing. Assessments offered are cognitive assessments adult and children or adolescents as well as career choice assessments.
Nicola is a qualified psychosexual and relationship therapist. Nicola’s therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing on principles of person-centred counselling, along with gestalt and systemic therapy approaches. Her areas of special interest include attachment, emotionally focused couples therapy, voice dialogue, mindfulness and family systems. Nicola has a strong interest in helping couples and individuals with sexual and relationship issues to overcome problems by creating a safe space to explore complex feelings, and develop communication skills and better understanding. Nicola also works in private practice in London and Cambridge and runs relationship workshops for couples and individuals.
Verity is a qualified Therapeutic Coach and Human Givens Psychotherapist and she will complete a diploma in Couples and Relationship Therapy in May 2016. Verity uses a variety of different coaching and therapy models to offer brief, solution-focused therapy.
Verity works with individuals and adolescents to help them to feel happier and/or calmer and more in control of their life and to make life changes by overcoming any personal blocks that are getting in the way of achieving desired goals. She also works with couples and individuals who wish to overcome relationship and sexual difficulties.
Kirstie is a registered member of BACP and a general member of COSRT. In addition to being a general therapist she is a qualified Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist.
Kirstie utilises an Integrative approach, drawing on her awareness of various therapeutic modalities and adapting these to suit the individual client's need. She works with individuals and couples whatever their sexuality or gender.
Kirstie is registered with Pink Therapy and has undertaken additional training in working with the essentials of gender and sexual diversity. She has personal and comprehensive knowledge of the transgender community and is aware that transgendered people deal with the same day-to-day problems as everyone else irrespective of their specific transgender needs. She is also aware of the issues that family and friends of transgendered people face and believes that her own experience in this area will be of benefit to others.
Sally’s qualifications include the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, Post Graduate Certificate in Emotional Education, a Higher Certificate in Psychodynamic and Person Centred Counselling and a foundation in Person Centred Counselling. Sally is a member of the College of Sex and Relationship Therapists, (COSRT). She uses an integrative approach calling on the variety of learning experiences that she has had. She has a special interest in issues related to Attachment and Trauma. Sally worked with young adults with learning difficulties and/or behavioural problems for many years in an educational support role.
Lizzie is a qualified art psychotherapist, and has completed further training in systemic family practice.ﾠ She ﾠspecialises in work with children, young people and theirﾠ families with social, emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties.
Lizzie ﾠis experienced in providing consultation, assessment and therapy in CAMHS, School and Private Practice settings. ﾠSessions are ﾠdevised according to need, and can be individual, parent-child, family, or group. Lizzie aims to increase clients’ emotional wellbeing, resilience and mental health, and help families and professionals better understand and manage these issues.
Lizzie also welcomes ﾠenquiries from adults who would ﾠlike to use art as a therapeutic tool and means of expression.
Lizzie is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and an activeﾠ member ﾠof the British Association of Art Therapists. She is a visiting lecturer on theﾠ University of ﾠHertfordshire’s Foundation and Masters Art Therapy courses. Lizzie ﾠis an approved clinical supervisor, and enjoys supervising other qualified and trainee art therapists.
Rosemary is a qualified and accredited Arts Psychotherapist and Cognitive Behaviour Therapist. She is trained to work with children, young people and adults. She has 15 years experience of working in the NHS mental health services and has also worked for local charities providing therapeutic support for children and young people.
Rosemary uses an integrative approach and is able to use her knowledge and experience to adapt the support she offers to best meet the needs of the individual. When working with children and young people, Rosemary is able to make use of a range of different creative activities and materials to help her clients explore and express their feelings in a warm, accepting and playful space.
Rosemary offers both short and long term support to children with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties and adults who are experiencing feelings of anxiety, depression and relationship problems.
Krystal Woodbridge is a qualified Psychosexual Therapist and Couple Counsellor, accredited with COSRT, working with Local Counselling Centre both in Letchworth and St Albans. Krystal is also a qualified Nurse and is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and Royal College of Nursing. She assists both individuals and couples of any sexual orientation with their sexual and/or relationship difficulties. She has a strong interest in helping couples to communicate more effectively in order to resolve their relationship difficulties.
Tina is a qualified and experienced Psychosynthesis Therapeutic Counsellor and Therapist. Psychosynthesis works in an integral manner with our human potential as well looking at past or presenting issues and problems. Tina encourages creative methods of self-expression including writing and art making. Tina is a professionally registered member of both BACP and FDAP (Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals).
Tina trained in Couples therapy at The Relational Academy in Cambridge.
Tina is an individual, group and couple therapist, and has long experience with working with families where there have been addictions of any kind, including gambling, sexual compulsivity and eating dis-orders.
Tina worked as a Senior Counselling Manager in Addictions Treatment Programmes and in GP surgeries supporting those referred for mild to moderate mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. She is also working with a Countywide Project treating those affected by trauma and complex loss.
Tina has a BA (Hons) in humanities, has interests in the healing aspects of nature, spirituality and the outdoors. Tina also trained and has been offering Equine Facilitated Therapy, (horses helping people with their mental health and well-being) locally since 2009.
Lauren is a qualified and accredited Integrative Counsellor also specialising in CBT/REBT. She is able to use a variety of therapeutic models in order to tailor her approach to what best suits your needs as an individual for your counselling journey.
She has worked in both the NHS & Private Practice giving her experience with working with people from various backgrounds facing different challenges. She also brings her experience of working in the Private Sector for 16 years for issues such as anxiety, stress, low mood and emotional & physical burn out.
She offers both short term and long term counselling either in a face to face environment or in an online setting to offer a flexible and rewarding service.
She is accredited with the National Counselling Society as well as being a member of both the BACP & BABCP.
Luan is a member of the BACP and a trained integrative counsellor. This means she is able to adapt her approach to support the individual needs of her clients.
Luan can offer both short or long term therapy depending on what the client would like to achieve from their counselling. The time and space is for you, her client.
Whether it is anxiety, depression, loss or other life challenges you may be struggling with, Luan is available to discuss the counselling style which may be suitable for you.
Paula is a Person Centered counsellor which means that she is genuine and non-judgemental within the working relationship. She applies empathy so that she can have a full understanding of what is going on with you, and help you find your conditions of worth to begin your healing process.
Paula’s aim is to make professional counselling accessible, affordable, convenient - so anyone who struggles with life’s challenges can get help, whether for yourself or as a couple.
Life is tough and you do not have to deal with it alone. Paula can help you work through and explore your problems and issues. We often find ourselves feeling alone, distressed, overwhelmed and unfulfilled and unable to cope with difficult periods in our life. Making time for yourself, or as a couple, through personal counselling can help you value your experiences, make sense of your faults and feelings, actions and reactions. Paula will listen to how you feel and what you are saying and help give you your voice to understand your feelings and help you move forward in your life. She can help you make sense of all your feelings and help you learn how to deal with them. These sessions will be your safe and quiet space for you to discuss anything you want to freely and in complete confidence, to help you heal yourself or find solutions for you to continue your life so that it is a healthier and happier place for you to live in.
Kathy Freeman - Practice Manager
Kathy spent her early professional life in mental health as an NHS administrator at Fairfield Hospital. For the past 15 years she has been working with the NHS and private health sectors as a PA to two local surgeons as well as supporting the clients and staff at LCC as their Practice Manager. Kathy brings with her an in-depth knowledge of different healthcare models and healthcare providers. A naturally warm and empathic person, Kathy has enormous skill at helping the client access the appropriate help they need.
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Krystal Woodbridge - Director
Krystal Woodbridge is a qualified Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist. As an Accredited Member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), and a former Trustee of COSRT, she is bound by their Code of Ethics and Principles. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and is on the Accredited Voluntary Register. Krystal is also a qualified nurse and is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). She is also the Director of Woodbridge Therapy Ltd., a specialist Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy Centre in St Albans. Krystal is a former winner of the national COSRT post-graduate award for her work in the field of psychosexual therapy. Krystal was previously a regular columnist for Coach Magazine. Krystal is the COSRT Media Representative and manages the COSRT Media Team.
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