Family Therapy, Children and Adolescents, Clinical Depression, Self harm, attachment patterns and relationships
Caroline is a qualified and accredited systemic Psychotherapist ( Family Therapist) with over 20 years experience of working with young people and their families. She completed her systemic training at The Institute of Family Therapy and holds an MSc in Systemic Psychotherapy.
Caroline began her career as a Social Worker and later went on to train as a Creative Arts Psychotherapist and is accredited to both UKCP and HCP registration bodies.
She has worked in many different settings including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services within the NHS, Social Care, private practice and facilitating group work in acute adult psychiatric settings. She currently holds a post as a Systemic Psychotherapist within the Nhs and has a small private practice.
Caroline is passionate about children and young peoples’ emotional and psychological well being. She considers that it is essential to listen to families, to understand what goals they want to set themselves and to work collaboratively with them to achieve this.
Her trainings and experience enable her to offer a flexible and responsive approach that can be adapted to changing needs as therapy progresses.
Family therapists are able to work with many different ‘parts’ of the family including couples, sibling groups and therapy for individuals.
Caroline has a particular interest and experience in working with deliberate self harm, low mood, divorce and separation issues and parenting challenges. She appreciates that considering therapy can be quite a daunting prospect and, without further obligation, would be very happy to discuss any further questions that you might have for her regarding family therapy input.
Current NHS Post Systemic Psychotherapist for SABP NHS Trust in Surrey.
Year of First Medical Qualifications – N/A
Current Membership of Professional Bodies – UKCP and HCP
Practicing at Cardinal Clinic, St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, Surrey and Private Practice