Paul Dennison Psychotherapy Tel: 07976 481 040
I am a Psychotherapist and Analyst based in S.W. London.
A first training in integrative psychotherapy led to accreditation with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) in 1997, and a second training as a Jungian Analyst to accreditation with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) in 2002. I am also qualified as a Psychotherapy Supervisor with the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA). As a former Consultant Adult Psychotherapist in the South London & Maudsley NHS Trust, I specialised in complex assessments, supervision and consulting to Community Mental Health Teams on complex cases. I was also Lead for psychotherapy outcomes research, and carried special responsibility for trainee psychotherapists from most of the main training Institutes in London.
I am also involved in neuroscience research and a member of the British Neuroscience Association.
My consulting room is conveniently located (Map) just 2 mins walk from Clapham Junction mainline station, with many bus and rail links, and with pay and display on-street parking.
Having a broad training background, with wide experience both in private practice and in the NHS, I offer therapy to suit whatever is needed. This might sometimes be brief focused work, or open-ended depth psychotherapy. Sessions are mostly once-weekly, but can be more frequent to 3x or 4x /week depending on need.
As an experienced NHS and private assessor and supervisor, I offer assessment-consultations to potential clients, as well as to other agencies. I am also an experienced individual and group supervisor to both qualified and in-training psychotherapists.
Update Currently (March 2020) I have limited vacancies for individual psychotherapy clients and for supervisees, both psychotherapists in training as well as qualified. If you would like to arrange an initial consultation, call 07976 481040 to leave a message, or email me HERE
Trans-Cranial Current Stimulation (tCS) Following my involvement in neuroscience research since 2010, I am familiar with electrical brain stimulation, tCS, as a possible treatment (see tCS page) for some conditions. If you think you may benefit from such treatment I am happy to offer advice.