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Oxfordshire Therapy & Self-Development Network: 1-to-1 Counselling & Psychotherapy - Group Therapy & Workshops in Oxford and Witney

Find A Therapist 2. Charlotta

Charlotta Nuboer-Cope
Integrative Counsellor

Offering: one to one counselling
Availability: Mon, Tue and Wed all day; Thu and Fri mornings
Fees: £50 per 50-minute session
Frequency: weekly
Location: OTS-Oxford Therapy Centre

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
I am a compassionate counsellor and work to establish a trusting relationship so that we can explore the issues you bring. My approach is warm, empathic and accepting. I have worked with clients who have experienced depression, anxiety, trauma and OCD as well as those with life difficulties due to divorce, job stress, parenting, bereavement and low self-esteem. I offer short-term and long-term therapy.

I grew up in the Netherlands, Sweden and the US and also lived in Africa before settling in Oxford in 2001. Prior to training as a counsellor, I worked for charities, teaching and supporting asylum seekers and refugees.

Training and Qualifications:
Diploma in Integrative Counselling, Banbury Counselling Academy
MSc in International Educational Development, Boston University
BA in International Studies, American University

Registered Bodies:
BACP member
OTS member

Find A Therapist 2. DellaW

Della Wolf
Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Offering:Individual Therapy
Availability: Mon (Oxford), Tues pm/eve (Witney), Wed am/eve (Oxford) Thurs pm/eve (Oxford), Friday (Oxford)
Fees: £60 per session (reduced fee for students & long-term therapy)
Frequency: Weekly
Location: OTS-Oxford Therapy Centre
Also at: Rose House Oxford & OTS-Witney Therapy Centre

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Approach & Specialist Areas:

Psychodynamic therapy has its foundations in acknowledging the importance of the unconscious mind – an understanding of mental functioning that now carries substantial neurological backing. While the brain may have a mind of its own, it is seen to gain individual form largely through relationships, fundamentally during infancy but continuing throughout life. An understanding of both infant and child development is considered essential for adult psychodynamic therapy. Thinking about how the past is influencing the present, and how previous relationships are colouring present experience, is an important part of the therapy. A therapist can help in the work of uncovering the causes of mental and emotional distress, and then support the client in reflecting on ways to repair and to better fulfil their potential.
People I have seen for therapy have had various named conditions – depression, generalised anxiety disorder, emotionally unstable personality disorder, eating disorders, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder etc. Also less medicalised conditions such as low self-esteem, grief, isolation, stress, difficulties with children or partner, etc. These labels of the problems we are aware of have some use, but it is the individual who needs therapy rather than the symptoms. Particularly, in working to fathom the dynamics of the symptoms, the therapy is seeking to understand each person in relation to others. I work one-to-one, in a room kept free from intrusion, either once or twice a week. Working online/remotely became necessary during 2020. Sometimes video work is appropriate, while for others using audio is more effective. This needs to be thought about carefully and negotiated individually. I believe that good therapeutic work can be done remotely but prefer to work in-person for the earlier sessions at least.

For ten years I worked in a perinatal mental health service in the NHS. This involved therapeutic work with pregnant women as well as with parents and babies. The time of a new baby is often challenging for parental mental health. This is partly because becoming a parent can powerfully re-ignite one’s own early experiences and anxieties. I have found my work with mothers and fathers from varying cultures and backgrounds, varying ages and professions, helpful in developing my understanding of emotional development and disturbance.
I was particularly employed to think with parents about their relationship with their babies and young children rather than teaching them how to parent. Disturbing and disruptive ways of parenting can roll on down through the generations unless there is time to reflect and to challenge reactions that feel instinctive but are actually learnt. For me, having the opportunity to explore and observe these first relationships added to my theoretical knowledge and provided insights into thinking about an individual’s experience of being in the world.

Training & Qualifications:
Masters Degree, University of East London, and the Tavistock and
Portman NHS Foundation Trust: ‘Working with children, young people and
families: a psychoanalytic observational approach’.
Clinical training in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the British
Psychotherapy Foundation (BPF).

Registered Bodies:
British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC)
Member of OTS

Find A Therapist 2. Fia

Fia Lindley-Jones
Integrative Psychotherapist

Offering: Individual therapy
Availability: Monday am, Tuesday eve, Wednesday pm
Fees: £50 per weekly 50 minute session
Frequency: Weekly
Location: OTS-Oxfrod Therapy Centre
Also at: Helix House Natural Health Centre, 15 Warwick Street, Oxford, OX4 1SZ

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
I'm an integrative therapist: I believe there's no single approach that can treat every client; I'll tailor my counselling techniques to your individual needs and personal circumstances.
Specialist areas: Though I've supported people with a wide range of experiences and issues, I have special interest and experience in:
– Gender and the body
– Working with young adults
– Menstruation and women’s relationships to their reproductive systems

Several years' experience seeing clients. Experience seeing women clients at Oxford Women's Counselling Centre since 2011.
Solution-Focused Brief Therapist for an Employee Assistance Programme

Training & Qualifications:
Diploma in Integrative Counselling
Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner

Registered Bodies:
BACP Registered
OTS Member

Find A Therapist 2. Becca Bevis

Dr Rebecca Knowles Bevis
Clinical Psychologist
Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

Offering: One to one therapy
Availability: Wednesday mornings - generally full
Fees: £90 per hour
Frequency: weekly/fortnightly
Location: OTS-Oxford Therapy Centre
Also at: The Lodge, Wallingford OX10 0DB

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
My approach to therapy is client-centred, compassionate, honest and collaborative, and I place great importance on the development of a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship which I believe to be the key to effective therapy. In the first few sessions, we will work together to make sense of what’s brought you into therapy, to define your goals for treatment, and to identify the most helpful and appropriate way to achieve these. Throughout the therapy, I will work with you to help you develop a better understanding of your difficulties, and to learn strategies and skills you can use to help you improve your current wellbeing and to protect yourself against similar difficulties in the future. During therapy, we will frequently review our progress to make sure things are moving in the right direction, and to discuss anything that you would like to change about the work.

My clinical practice is strongly evidence-based and I have been trained in a number of different psychotherapeutic approaches, meaning that the work will be tailored flexibly to suit your particular needs and preferences. I use a cognitive behavioural approach (CBT) in combination with other models including compassion-focused therapy, schema-focused therapy and cognitive analytic therapy.

I have a particular interest and expertise in perinatal mental health and the transition to parenthood, as well as in supporting people to recover from trauma related to pregnancy and birth.

I am a clinical psychologist and BABCP accredited cognitive behavioural psychotherapist with many experience of working therapeutically with people who are experiencing a wide range of emotional difficulties. I am registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and I am a British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow. I spent 13 years working for the NHS, providing a psychological service to adults with severe and complex mental health difficulties, and I established my private practice in 2016.

I have a keen interest in conducting psychological research and have held academic posts at the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford. I enjoy teaching and training and have close links with the Oxford Institute for Clinical Psychology Training.

After the birth of my first child, I trained as a doula and I have been offering birth doula support to women, couples and families in Oxfordshire since 2014.

Training & Qualifications:
BA Hons in Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
PhD in Experimental Psychopathology, University of Manchester
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Manchester
Diploma in Cognitive Therapy, University of Manchester
Certificate in Mentalisation-Based Therapy, Anna Freud Centre for Children & Families
Certificate in Higher Education Learning and Teaching, University of Sheffield

Registered Bodies:
OTS Member
BPS Associate Fellow
BABCP member
HCPC Registered
AIMH member
Doula UK member
OCTC Associate therapist, supervisor and assessor

Find A Therapist 2. SarahJ

Sarah Jaskowska
Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

Offering: Individual adults (18+)
Availability:Monday and Tuesday: daytime and evening
Fees: £50
Frequency: Weekly (short term or open ended)
Location: OTS-Oxford Therapy Centre
Also in: Cheltenham

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
I believe that we all have the opportunity to live a fulfilling life but sometimes this can feel difficult especially when our inner struggles and beliefs about ourself get in the way.
I am a compassionate and down to earth therapist. I have worked with individuals with a wide variety of experiences including anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, feeling stuck in life, crises, unhelpful patterns of behaviour, struggles with family, personal or professional relationships. I also have an interest in working with individuals who have made or are experiencing major life transitions. I am always open to working with other experiences not listed here and welcome you getting in touch to discuss this.

In our sessions I will be alongside you through the process of exploring your experiences and whatever emerges whilst we do so. I don’t believe therapy is about advice from an expert or me sitting in silence whilst you struggle alone rather it’s about the two of us working together. I work integratively and relationally which means that I am flexible in the techniques I use and that I believe it’s the quality of the relationship between therapist and client which is most important in therapy; this is especially important if we are exploring aspects of yourself which you might feel uncomfortable with or feel are unacceptable to others. I always aim to respond with honesty and non-judgement.
The process of therapy can be interesting, unexpected, illuminating and always unique. The goal is to reach a deeper level of awareness about yourself; who you are and how you choose to live. I believe that our relationship with ourselves and, in turn, other people, is a deeply important factor in how we feel we can live our lives, and respond to the challenges which arise. Change, if that’s what you seek, doesn’t just mean choosing to behave differently, it can happen when we feel differently about ourselves.

I have worked to provide individual support in the higher education academic and voluntary sectors and, aside from my therapy work, have experienced the rewards and challenges of running my own business as well as undertaking research projects.

Training and Qualifications:
I hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling
I am undertaking training towards a Diploma in Integrative and Relational Psychotherapy.
I take part in regular Continued Professional Development training (including Trans awareness and inclusivity, Transactional analysis, Embodiment and breathwork) and have fortnightly supervision for my work.

Registered Bodies & Organisational Positions:
British Association of Psychotherapy and Counselling
United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy
Member of OTS
Scarborough Counselling and Psychotherapy Training Institute

OTS Affiliates working at OTS-Oxford

In this section you will find other practitioners who work at the centre, and are affiliates of OTS.

Find A Therapist 2. Caroline

Caroline Phillips
Psychodynamic Counsellor

Offering: one-to-one therapy (16+), Couples
Availability: Friday afternoon & early evening
Fees: £25 for initial session £50 (concessions) (50 minutes)
Frequency: Weekly
Location: OTS-Oxford Therapy Centre
Also at: OTS-Witney Therapy Centre

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
The psychodynamic approach to therapy focuses on helping us to identify and understand negative patterns of relating and behaving so we can begin to find better ways of coping with life's difficulties. As such, the work we do together involves thinking about what lies under the surface of thoughts, feelings and actions as a way of gaining greater self-awareness. It can involve thinking about past events and their impact on the present. Additionally, close attention is paid to the relationship between us in the counselling room as a way of throwing light on relationships in your everyday life.
Other approaches may also be integrated into the above (eg person-centred and elements of CBT) as and when appropriate, to best resolve your issues and meet your needs.

I am an experienced counsellor with practices in Witney and Oxford. I also have close links with the Oxford Women’s Counselling Centre (OWCC), initially as a counsellor and now as an assessor for the organisation. Prior to training as a counsellor I lectured in Psychology.

Training & Qualifications:
BSc(Hons) Psychology, PgDip in Counselling

Registered Bodies:
Registered, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and follow their ethical framework for good practice.
Member of the British Psychology Society (BPS).

Other OTS members local to Oxford

In this section you will find other OTS members who work locally, as indicated in the 'location' section of their entry.

Find A Therapist 2. Danni

Danni Moultrie
Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist

Offering: Weekly one-to-one adult therapy
Availability: Day-Wed; Day & Eve-Tues, Thurs
Fees: £50 p.h.
Frequency: Weekly
Location: Harwell, South Oxfordshire

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Approach & Specialist Areas:
I integrate humanistic and integrative psychotherapy with other modalities including mindfulness based therapy.

My background is in health care and I have worked within non-profit organisations, mental health services, trauma rehabilitation in the UK and overseas. I have significant experience working in occupational rehabilitation supporting people’s health and wellbeing in relation to their work and have run workshops and presentations in this field. The integration of my medical background and psychotherapy practice has contributed to the way I work which combines pragmatism and a deep sense of empathy and non-judgmental listening. I have worked in the University environment with young adults and now work in private practice.

Training & Qualifications:
MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy: BCPC 2017
Certificate in Foundations for Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy BCPC 2010
Certificate in Mindfulness Practice

Registered Bodies:
UKCP trainee member
OTS Member

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