Smita Rajput Kamble, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

Smita Rajput Kamble, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

Two Mile Ash
Milton Keynes

W P F Therapy
23-24 Magdalen Street


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Two Mile Ash
Milton Keynes

W P F Therapy
23-24 Magdalen Street


About me

What I do

I offer both-short term and open ended psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Psychotherapy varies with time and frequency. A long therapy can be stabilising and offer depth and emotional intimacy. But sometimes, short term work  is more suitable.

I  teach psychotherapy and conduct workshops for healthcare practitioners in London.

Initial Session

An initial session will help you to get an idea of what it would be like to work with me.

In your initial session we will discuss:

1. Your issue and explore underlying trauma and inner conflicts

2. Whether these issues can benefit from psychoanalytic psychotherapy

3. My terms and conditions, which are in line with how psychoanalytic therapy is practised in the UK

4. A time frame and finance

Four or six sessions can stand alone, are therapeutic and generally help people to feel much better. We will do a review before taking it further.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Training :
  • Psychodynamic Theory and Skills, University of Oxford.
  • Psychoanalytic training (BPC accredited), London.
  • Brief Therapy
  • Work experience
  • NHS clients
  • Corporate agencies and
  • Other government funded projects
  • Private clients who come via website/internet search
  • Memberships:
  • Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council)
  • Member, FPC (Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling)
  • Accredited member, BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists)

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited


Accredited register membership

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I charge £50 for a session.

I have low fee spaces but please enquire for availability.

Further information

FAQs :

Is Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy effective ?

*"In 2011 researchers conducted a review of trials into the effect of short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy in patients with personality disorder. The review found that psychodynamic psychotherapy may be considered an effective treatment option for a range of personality disorders, producing significant and medium- to long-term improvements for a large percentage of patients.
A 2007 study investigated the effects of psychodynamic psychotherapy in panic disorder. The researchers compared the effect on patients of panic-focused psychodynamic therapy versus relaxation training. There were 49 adults in the study, and they were all diagnosed with panic disorder. Many were also suffering from agoraphobia and/or depression. The participants who received psychodynamic treatment showed a significantly greater reduction of panic symptoms than those receiving relaxation training, as well as greater improvement in psychosocial functioning (the term ‘psychosocial’ refers to an individual’s psychological state in relation to social factors)."

Is it too costly ?

It depends from therapist to therapist. I generally discuss what is best with the client so we can agree on a fee which is suitable to both.

Is it cost effective ?

*"Research has also been done into the cost-effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy, which has often been regarded as too expensive to be funded in the public sector. In fact, a study of more than 100 patients who had received at least six months’ worth of NHS psychiatric treatment without improvement, found that psychodynamic psychotherapy resulted in both significant improvements in the patients’ symptoms and value for money. Not only did the patients’ mental health improve with psychodynamic psychotherapy, but they also spent fewer days as in-patients, had fewer GP consultations, required less contact with practice nurses, needed less medication and sought less informal care from relatives. Consequently the extra cost incurred through using psychodynamic treatment was recouped within only six months".

- *Sections in quotes are extracts from an article by Jessica Yakeley and Peter Hobson based on a research summary . You may find it on the Institute of Psychoanalysis website.

Maps & Directions

Milton Keynes, MK8
London, SE1 2EN

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


London - Mondays ; Milton Keynes- Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please ask for availability for Friday and Saturday.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Supervision & training

I supervise individual work with counsellors and psychotherapists.

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