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Joe Moran is a registered psychotherapist and clinical supervisor working in private practice in Haggerston, East London. He works with couples and individuals offering short to long-term counselling and psychotherapy focused upon each client’s needs and goals. Joe works with a varied client group with those from a range of social, cultural and professional backgrounds. He also works with organisations facilitating learning and development processes, as a clinical supervisor with individual psychotherapists and groups, and is a guest lecturer and facilitator working with diploma and postgraduate student therapists. Joe has a professional background in the arts and charity sectors working in leadership, project management, governance and consultancy capacities, and has strong interests in community organising, participation and social justice.
Joe is experienced in working with issues related to depression and anxiety, relationships, family, work, career and personal finance, inequity and discrimination, life crisis and life changes, trauma, loss and bereavement, sexuality and sexual identity, addiction in many forms and growing up in a home where addiction is present, spirituality and spiritual concerns. Joe’s approach is ‘integrative’ and relational drawing upon humanist, psychodynamic, existential, systemic and transpersonal approaches in which he trained.
Training, qualifications & experience
Joe Moran is registered with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP) and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). He trained at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) in West London, and holds a Masters (2006-08), Postgraduate Diploma (2001-04) and Certificate (2000) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, as well as a Post-Certification Diploma in Couple Therapy (2013) and Diploma in Adult Supervision (2021). In addition, Joe has undertaken further professional education and research in the areas of bereavement, addiction, gender diversity, intersectionality, safeguarding and psychiatric diagnoses.
Joe has worked in private practice since 2002: at CCPE Psychotherapy Clinic (2002-10), Bloomsbury Therapy Centre (2010-13) and Terapia Consultancy (2013-2018) before moving to HQ Therapy Consulting Rooms in 2018. Whilst training, Joe undertook a psychiatric attachment at Wonford House Hospital in Devon and was a Volunteer Counsellor at the Caravan Counselling Service in Piccadilly (2000-02). He has also worked professionally with adolescents in acute psychiatric settings, and was involved in setting up the Low-Cost Therapy Service at HQ Therapy in East London.
Joe is a faculty member at the CCPE working as a group facilitator with diploma students and guest lecturer on the couple therapy course. He was a clinical supervisor for the HQ Low-Cost Therapy Service working with both trainee and graduate therapists, and supervises psychotherapists in private practice.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Relationships and family; work, career and personal finance; inequity and discrimination, life crisis and life changes; addiction in many forms and growing up in a home where addiction is present, spirituality and spiritual concerns.
£95.00 - £150.00
Individuals: £95 (per 50-minute session)
Supervision: £95 (per 50-minute session)
Couples: £120 (per 50-minute session)/ £150 (per 70-minute session)
When I work
Joe currently has spaces for couples (in person) and individual supervision (in person and online).
An initial session is an opportunity to explore the concerns that are bringing one to seek counselling or psychotherapy, what an appropriate timeframe may be, how counselling or therapy might proceed and a chance to see whether the therapist and client will work well together.
Should an initial session not to lead to working together, referrals to other counsellors and therapists may be offered.
For couples, the first session will culminate in an offer to the couple to go away and think if it feels right for them or the offer of a six-twelve week initial contract. At six or twelve weeks, there will be a review to consider completing at that stage or continuing on.