Jo Goodman - Psychotherapist/Group Analytic Psychotherapist
Life can sometimes present us with numerous situations that can feel over whelming, for example grief, loss, work stress, relationship difficulties, menopause, transitions in life - you name it and it has an impact on how we view ourselves, our relationships and how to perceive a future - talking to someone safe can help process these experiences.
An integral part of my practice is offering a containing, supportive, yet challenging environment in which to explore and make links between emotional distress, your current situation and life experience. I believe in offering a regular, safe, non judgemental and supportive space to explore whatever experience you wish and working collaboratively to find a way forward for as long or as short a time as you need.
I am a psychotherapist with 28 years experience of working in the NHS with people experiencing all kinds of mental health issues, relationship, domestic violence, marginalisation, complexity of childhood experience (sexual, emotional, physical abuse, separation and loss) sexual identity issues, self harm, personality and addiction difficulties.
I work within the peaceful environment of Turvey Monastery which is accepting of all and I am part of The Turvey Groupwork Clinical Practice. I am non religious and accepting of all spirituality.
Please see our website linked at the top of my profile.
You will find travel details on the website.
Training, qualifications & experience
mental health nurse training - 1990-1993
group analytic training with Oxford Brooks University and Turvey Centre commenced in 2002 and completed in 2010 with a merit MSC
clinical supervisor training completed with the Institute of Group Analysis (London)
(This list is a shortened version so please ask if you need any further information)
I have worked in the NHS for the past 28 years as both mental health nurse, Clincial service manager and psychotherapist, in addition I have worked in private practice for the past 9 years.
Registered / Accredited
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UK Council for Psychotherapy
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Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Working with people who wish to identify as non binary and those who wish to transition from one gender to another or however they wish to identify.
I have extensive experience with working with people who identify as LGBTQ both individually and in supportive groups, I am passionate about offering safe and inclusive therapuetic spaces for people to explore themselves in a nonjudgmental environment.
I work in a relational way and feel the therapuetic relationship is integral to the work we can do together, whilst thinking about the context in which you live and the support you may have outside the therapy room.
Specialised work with people experiencing personality disorder including EUPD, BPD
I offer concessions for people on a reduced income, students, people in receipt of benefits please ask when enquiring.
I am more than happy to explore payment options as I do not wish fees to prevent anyone accessing treatment when they need it.
Individual therapy assessment £55 per 60 minutes
Individual sessions £50 for 60 minutes
Couples therapy assessment £70 per 60 minutes
Couples sessions £65 per 60 minutes
Individual Supervision £50 per 60 minutes or £75 for 90 minutes
Group supervision to be negotiated depending on requirements
Please do contact me if you have questions about therapy and seeking treatment and I will do my best to answer!
You can contact me via my mobile 07748348084 or via email.