Janet Land BACP (Snr. Accred) Psychodynamic Psychotherapist/Counsellor
I work with people who are experiencing problems in their lives that interfere with their every day to day functioning, self esteem and happiness. These issues might be to do with relationships, particularly when the same problems seem to be repeated.
I also work with anxiety, stress, depression, loss, bereavement, work related problems, low self confidence and low self esteem, or simply when someone feels their life is empty or meaningless.
I believe experience matters when it comes to being able to understand what it is that is troubling someone so that they can be helped to think about what is happening in their life.
I have been working in Marlow in private practice for 16 years. I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist/counsellor registered with the UKCP and the UKRCP.
I qualified from WPF Kensington with an advanced graduate diploma in psychodynamic psychotherapy/counselling, as well as a diploma in supervision (registered BAPPS member).
Ring or email me for a consultation.
BACP (Snr. Accred) Psychodynamic Psychotherapist/Counsellor and Supervisor
Telephone Marlow 01628 473949
Areas of counselling I have an interest in working with:-
Work Related Issues
Training, qualifications & experience
MBACP (Snr. Accred)
UKCP Registered/UKRCP Registered
Advanced Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy/Counselling (WPF)
Diploma in Supervision (WPF) and BAPPS member
BA Hons Psychology
Worked for Cruse Bereavement for five years
Worked in two WPF Counselling Centres as both counsellor and member of staff for 10 years
Worked in Private practice for 16 years.
Accredited register membership
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Panic disorder
- Personality disorders
- Physical abuse
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Are you someone who is interested in having low fee psychotherapy?
Or perhaps you know of someone who never quite meets his/her potential at work, or someone who thinks a lot and wants to understand how their mind works, or who experiences the same pattern of difficulties within their relationships but does not know why: perhaps he/she is someone who is curious about the effect of their childhood on their present life. That man or woman could be a colleague, a friend, someone in your family, or even you.
This is a commitment of four times a week psychotherapy in Marlow for a minimum of two years. Whilst this is a huge commitment, it is also a great opportunity as this would be through the Reduced Fee Scheme - the person would only need to pay between £6 and £25 per session according to means (£24-£100 per week). The scheme is a wonderful opportunity for a man to have psychotherapy who might not otherwise be able to afford it, and the psychotherapeutic work can improve self-knowledge and can be life changing.
If you know of anyone who might benefit, or know someone who might be able to refer to the scheme please pass on these details, or display the poster at work. Anyone interested should contact Hannah Ward, the Reduced Fee Scheme organiser direct on 0118 9799705, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see further details below.
British Psychotherapy Foundation
BPF WESSEX REDUCED FEE SCHEME PROVIDING LOW FEE PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY
The Wessex BPF is based in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire and runs a local scheme which provides low fee intensive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for individuals over 21 years of age prepared to attend 4 sessions per week for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and able to make a commitment for at least two years.
Current vacancies exist in Marlow (male) and Oxford (male)
Enquiries are welcome from members of the public and from referring professionals. Applicants are asked to complete a brief questionnaire and may be requested to give the names of practitioners previously consulted by them for additional reports. Applicants then meet with a BAP Assessor to establish their suitability for the Scheme.
Fees: On-going fees range from £6 to £25 per session, according to circumstances, and a fee of £40 is payable for the initial consultation. If there is agreement to go forward, a referral is made to a BPF practitioner in advanced training. If the applicant or the BPF Assessor is in doubt about their suitability for the Scheme, advice can be given about possible alternatives.
The BPF has over 700 members and provides full professional trainings in Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Jungian Analysis. These trainings are recognised for their rigorous development of excellent clinicians who work in a wide range of settings, from NHS hospitals and units to private practice.
CONTACT: If you are interested, or would like more information, please contact the Reduced Fee Scheme Organiser, Hannah Ward: Tel. 0118 979 9705.
For more information about psychoanalytic psychotherapy see the BPF website:
Fee for initial consultation £55 (50 minutes)
Thereafter £55-65 for each 50 minute session
Adults over 21
On street parking
What is psychodynamic psychotherapy/counselling?
Many people seek help through counselling because they feel distressed and burdened by life's events. In today's busy world, it is a relief to share that distress with a person outside the situation, who is able to hear and reflect upon what is being said.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy/counselling is about enabling a person to make changes in his/her life, which he/she feels, would be of benefit. This often involves a clearer understanding of what led to him/her having a particular problem in the first place. A painful situation in the present may have its roots in the past, but the individual may not be aware of the connection. Psychodynamic psychotherapy/counselling assists a person to uncover these hidden links, which in turn allow the individual greater freedom of thought and action.
Human beings have a tendency to repeat patterns of behaviour, and even when they would like to change, they find themselves unable to do so. These patterns may repeat themselves in the counselling room, and this enables the client to look at his/her behaviour without fear of rejection or retaliation.
In this model of counselling, the relationship between the counsellor and the client is central to the work being done. As part of their training, all counsellors have had their own personal therapy. This is an essential experience for psychodynamic psychotherpists/counsellors in their work with clients. This is because it allows the counsellor a greater inner freedom and enables him/her to have a clearer understanding of the clients experience both in and out of the therapeutic relationship.
Psychodynamic counselling is based, among other things, on the understanding of the unfolding of a persons life from birth onwards. It also includes an understanding of the network of relationships that develop during growth into adulthood.
This model of counselling draws on the insights of psychoanalysis as a way of understanding the human personality, including the way individuals interact with each other. It takes note of the unconscious mind as well as conscious attitudes, and aids the resolution of unconscious conflicts which allows for the development of a persons full potential.
The counselling relationship is different from social relationships in that it is limited to the counselling sessions. It provides a safe place in which to explore past and present feelings and the meaning of past and current relationships.
When the client and counsellor meet, the counsellor introduces him/herself but will not talk to the client about him/herself or answer personal questions. This is to give the client time and space to use the time available (50 minutes) in whichever way he/she wishes.
Regular counselling sessions differ from the assessment session in that the counsellor will not ask as many questions. As the two people concerned will be meeting every week, there will be time to clarify issues and facts as they arise. It also allows more space for the client to express him/herself, although periods of silence are not unusual.
Some people find the early sessions of a counselling relationship difficult or uncomfortable, as they are unsure what is expected of them, or how to proceed when they are given a time to talk about themselves. It is helpful to let the counsellor know if this happens, as the communication of how the client feels is an important aspect of the counselling sessions. If there are any concerns about confidentiality or other aspects of the counselling process, it is best to raise these issues in the early stages, so that they can be addressed at the beginning.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Most weekdays and evenings, as well as early mornings.
Types of client
|Employee Assistance Programme|
Supervision & training