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DR ZANDRA BAMFORD
Zandra has worked within secondary care mental health services in the NHS for over 20 years, most recently as a Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist for secondary care. Zandra has worked clinically within crisis, inpatient and community services and within research in an alcohol misuse service. Zandra has a special interest in complex trauma, it’s impact on the autonomic nervous system and the non-pathologising of distress. Zandra has a degree in Psychology (1997) Masters in substance and alcohol misuse (2000), Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (2005) and has completed multiple training courses post doctoral training in CFT (Compassion Focused Therapy), Cognitive Analytical Therapy (CAT informed working), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), IFS (Internal Family Systems), DBT skills training, voice dialogue, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Non-violent communication, Somatic Psychology, Mindfulness and Complex Trauma. Zandra is also trained to deliver the Safe and Sound Protocol. Zandra is a Certified IFS therapist and specialises in providing therapy to other professionals (psychologists, medical professionals and therapists) using IFS and individuals with histories of complex trauma.
Rundeep is highly trained and experienced as an Internal Family Systems Therapist and BACP Accredited Humanistic counsellor, working with range of issues from childhood trauma, depression, abandonment fears, loss, relationship struggles, to anxiety, perfectionism, stress, self-criticism, and burnout. Rundeep specialises in identity and belonging, race, class, intersectional and multi-lingual identities.
Rundeep will work at your pace, getting to the root of any patterns of behaviours, thinking and emotional reactions that cause you difficulty. With mindful inquiry we can look inwards to understand the different parts of your personality, helping you release any inner conflicts, stuckness, pressures, trauma and helping you relate to your distress with kindness rather than fear.
Training in Internal Family Systems:
Level One in Internal Family Systems Therapy.
Level Two in IFS Substance Use and Eating Disorders: A Compassionate approach to addictive process.
Somatic Internal Family Systems Training. By Susan McConnell.
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level 1: Affect Regulation, Survival Defenses and Traumatic Memory. Mindfulness Teacher Training Level 1. University of Bangor.
DR MARIA KALTSI
Maria is a warm and compassionate Clinical Psychologist with over 18 years experience of supporting individuals, groups and families in the NHS. Maria also works in secondary mental health services with people who present with complex and enduring mental health needs such as depression, shame, self-harm, unusual experiences, self-criticism, dissociation, interpersonal difficulties etc. She holds a non-pathologising view of psychological distress and uses a range of models flexibly and creatively to help people address their individual concerns.
Maria has a special interest in working with adults and teens who have experienced developmental trauma and uses Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS), an honouring, powerful and effective approach rooted in neuroscience, to help people begin the deep healing process that trauma requires.
Maria is trained in IFS, Cognitive Analytical Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and CBT, undertaking ongoing IFS supervision and training. Maria is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapies (ACAT) and the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP).
Veronika appleford divincoda
Veronika is an IFS practitioner with a strong background in various somatic therapeutic modalities, body/mind based and self-development practices. Her experience covers areas including body work, musculoskeletal pain, coaching, children & adult education and health and wellbeing.She’s also currently training in the Compassionate Inquiry approach with Dr Gabor Mate.
Throughout the IFS process, she will provide safe space and gentle guidance, respecting your pace, so you can welcome all that is present, without judgement. You will be able to bring new depths to the relationship with your internal landscape, to heal, and to start relating to yourself, others and to the world in a more connected way, with a renewed sense of amazement and joy.
Special areas of interest & IFS: Personal & spiritual growth, Self-love, Chronic Pain, Shame & guilt, Ancestral & Cultural burdens, Inner critic, Depression & Anxiety.
Ann’s approach to psychotherapy is holistic, creative, up-to-date and grounded in the latest research. This helps to free you from distress, enabling you to experience balance and do things you couldn’t previously do, bringing about profound transformation. Ann draws on ten year experience of working with complex trauma through an integration of neuroscience, sensorimotor, ego state therapy, internal family systems, meditation; using, where appropriate, creative imagination and working with the body to heal trauma and dissociation
Ann is a practicing psychotherapist and supervisor registered with UKCP, with a Masters degree in Transpersonal Psychotherapy as well as extensive CPD trainings including being a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) and Level 2 Internal Family Systems Practitioner – specialising in eating disorders and addiction. Ann works as a training supervisor and experiential facilitator for students psychotherapists at a large training centre in London as well as training qualified therapists in trauma work.
Jo Chan is an IFS practitioner with particular interests and experience in somatic, trauma-informed, non-pathologising therapeutic modalities. She adopts a holistic mind/body/spirit approach to empower clients with increased awareness, resilience, balance and self-leadership. Her accompaniment is offered with warmth, sensitivity, curiosity & compassion – supporting clients in regulating their autonomic nervous systems and responses when faced with inevitable distresses, wounds and challenges in life.
She has a special interest working with autonomic nervous systems and embodiment, allowing clients to become more attuned with their somatic and nervous system states, combining Somatic IFS®️ and Somatic Experiencing®️Trauma Healing with IFS.
With over two decade of practice, studies and facilitation in mindfulness, yoga, Buddhist psychology, and thousands of hours in retreats practising, Jo brings her personal life experience and insights, embodied Self, as well as professional trauma-informed therapy training, to accompany others on their journeys in self discovery, healing and connection with innate awareness and wisdom.
Jo has worked largely with marginalised communities and created a number of well-being and mental health support programs for adults, teeangers and children from refugee background. She offers some sliding scale and pro bono sessions for those in need.