Dr Anna Gladoseva
My goal as a therapist is to offer a safe and compassionate space where my clients can get support through life’s challenges. Whether you are feeling stuck and emotionally depleted, low and anxious or struggling with interpersonal relationships, loss, addiction or psychotic experiences I am confident that therapeutic dialogue can offer meaningful insights and help you on your journey.
I see my role as helping my clients to hold themselves and their challenges with gentle compassion whilst challenging some self defeating thinking patterns and unhelpful coping strategies. Through our dialogue I will seek to help you understand yourself better, make sense of the challenges you are facing, heal past trauma and get in touch with your life values. I believe that our early lives very often connect with current difficulties and that this is one of the things which we need to explore and understand in looking for new solutions to present problems.
I am a Counselling Psychologist and I use a variety of therapeutic approaches. I would describe my practice as integrative. In addition to my private practice I continue to work for the NHS (HIV and Sexual Health service). My previous experience of specialist psychological assessment and treatment include inpatient wards, outpatient secondary care services, IAPT and community voluntary organisations. I can also offer therapy in Russian.
Please feel free to give me a call and we will have a brief chat about your concern. We will then schedule an assessment appointment during which I will ask you more about your situation and will tell you whether I will be able to help.
During this period of restrictions on direct social contact I am offering video sessions (via Zoom or Skype) instead of face to face sessions.
Training, qualifications & experience
University of Roehampton - PsychD, Counseling Psychology (2011 - 2014)
London Metropolitan University - Bachelor's degree, Psychology · (2007 - 2010)
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Areas of counselling I deal with
My fees are £100 for day time appointments (9am - 4pm) and £130 for eventing appointments (5pm - 8pm). Ongoing therapy sessions are 50 minutes long and tend to be at the same time each week.
I work with the following health insurance: AXA PPP and Vitality Health.