PSYCHOTHERAPY - WEST & SOUTH LONDON - DOROTHY MAGLO
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TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND AFFILIATION
 
I am a practicing existential psychotherapist, registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), and adhere to the Council’s Code of Ethics and Practice, which requires the preservation of confidentiality about the client, as well as respect for the individual’s needs and unique value and belief systems.
 
I have over 10 year’s experience of working in a variety of settings within the public sector, including the NHS (National Health Service), Westminster Bereavement Service, the London Lighthouse, King’s College Hospital, and in private practice.

I am currently employed at a large London General Practice where I work therapeutically with individuals who grapple with a wide range of personal problems which include anxiety and depression, addictions and compulsions, self-esteem issues, bereavement, eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia), sexual difficulties and problems with intimacy.
 
 
I also run a private practice from conveniently located consulting rooms in West London (Acton Town) and in South London (Clapham), and undertake long and short term work with individuals and couples.
 
My professionally accredited four-year training has been with the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (Schiller International University, London) where I gained an MA in Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy.
 
I also hold an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy from Regent’s College, London.
 
I am a clinical member of:
 
  •  the SEA (The Society for Existential Analysis),  
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  •  the UPCA (The Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association), 
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  •  the Society of Psychotherapy. 
The main objective of these organisations is to bring together trainees and practitioners from different approaches to discuss common issues of practice.
 
My publications can be found in the Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis (11.2, 2000; 12.1:2001) and in Group Analysis, the Jurnal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy (2002).

 

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