Aleksandra Litovski - Chartered Counselling Psychologist
Chartered Counselling Psychologist
Available for appointments at our Clapham Clinic
Talking to a psychologist is a step in self-care, at a time when we feel vulnerable and unhappy. Therapy can help us cope with life’s demands, personal sensitivities and past events. It encourages resilience through emotional expression and acquisition of new skills, while collaboratively making sense of problems with a therapist.
I offer a number of short-term, medium-term and long-term therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT, ACT, CFT, MBCT) and Psychotherapy (psychodynamic psychotherapy, mentalization based therapy MBT, interpersonal psychotherapy IPT).
Some of the problems that I treat include depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, work related stress, relationship and family difficulties, pregnancy and fertility problems, physical health problems, bereavement.
I am motivated by witnessing people’s capacity to recover from difficulties through engaging with therapy, as they start to experience fewer unwanted symptoms, begin to enjoy improved relationships, feel less vulnerable and more resilient.
I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist working in private practice alongside a part-time primary care NHS post. In my NHS role, as a senior therapist, I offer assessments and treatment to people with complex presentations, I supervise and manage junior staff members and psychology trainees, and I am a research lead for the service. I bring these skills and experience to my private work.
I offer individual and couples’ therapy on Thursday evenings.
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