Dr. Lisa Alfrey
Everyone experiences bumps in the road, however when those bumps become more difficult to cope with it may be an opportunity to look for support to learn new ways of coping with these situations.
My experience has been varied from long term therapy with adults in a community counselling setting to long term play therapy work with children in schools. I have experience with short term therapy from working in the NHS within GP practices, Harley St oncology department and for various charities around London.
My theoretical approach is integrative. I combine cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), humanistic, existential phenomenological and psychodynamic models in my therapeutic work with clients. In all my therapeutic work, I abide by the ethical codes of the British Psychological Society (BPS). I am, also, a member of the British Psychological Society.
In the past, I worked for Bupa health and Wellbeing delivering launch programmes nationwide and in the Psychological Services Trauma Team. Previously, I co-founded a company who provided qualitative research training, CPD workshops and created bespoke training for corporate clients.
Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, Regents University
Certificates of Occupational Test Use (formerly Levels A and Level B), Cambridge University
British Psychological Society - RQTU
Health & Care Professions Council
British Psychological Society - Chartered Status & Full Member
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