Tania Perotta Clarke
50 Westminster Bridge Road
10 Westbury Road
07828 623 038
People seek help from a therapist for all sort of very individual reasons. Often, these have to do with experiencing difficult or unmanageable emotions. Loss, anger, loneliness, relation difficulties, feeling unhappy, confused or unfulfilled are some of the issues that one might want explore in therapy.
Therapy allows patients a unique space in which to explore their feelings, doubts and concerns in a confidential environment. When feeling safe, we are more likely to further develop as individuals while getting closer to our true selves. The exploration of unconscious conflicts, facilitated by the therapeutic relationship, often gives insight into issues previously unknown, as well as opening up new possibilities.
Starting therapy is a big decision for most people, and therefore one that is not taken lightly. It is often a difficult first step. An initial consultation, however, would give you a fairly good idea as to what the experience of therapy is like, and whether you would like us to work together. To make an appointment, please call 07828 623038 or email me using the contact form at the top of my profile.
Training, qualifications & experience
Tania Perotta Clarke is a psychodynamic psychotherapist. She trained at WPF Therapy in London Bridge and graduated from Roehampton University. Tania is a member of UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) and has a certificate in Psychoanalytical Psychology from Birkbeck College, University of London. She has also trained in mindfulness for practitioners. Tania has experience in both long-term, open-ended psychodynamic psychotherapy and time limited work.
Tania has always been interested in the emotional life of individuals and how that has come to develop. She believes the way we are cared for as children has a great impact on the way we build our lives as adults. Tania currently works in private practice in Waterloo and New Malden and as a low cost/NHS Counsellor for 'The Awareness Centre' in the borough of Lambeth.
Accredited register membership
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Anger management
- Child related issues
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Hearing voices
- Learning difficulties
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Passive aggressive behaviour
How much does it cost?
My fee is between £35-£55 per session, depending on what is affordable for you.
How long does the treatment last?
Psychodynamic psychotherapy it's typically open ended, which means the finishing date is not agreed at the start. Instead of being a prescriptive type of therapy, it is one in which your narrative will unfold at its own pace.
Nonetheless, it is possible to meet for a fixed period of 6 or 12 weeks if you would like to work with a more focused approach.
How long are the sessions?
Each weekly session lasts 50 minutes.
What benefits can be expected?
The exploration of the inner life of the individual, which takes place in therapy, can help to understand ourselves better and the way in which we relate to others. Over a period of time, in therapy you can expect to gain a deeper connection to your feelings and, as result, a shift in the way you relate both to others and to yourself.
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Types of client