Dr Peter Nevins
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Hello and welcome to my profile. I work with work related stress, relationship problems, Race and Identity issues. I have work in private practice as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and clinical supervisor since 1993. I am also a training committee member and teaching faculty member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Guild of Psychotherapists
I have worked in mental health in a range of capacities since 1988 as a manager, as a teacher, as a Foundation Trust board member and most importantly as a clinician.
I have over 30 years experience of working with people who suffer severe levels of distress and have significantly contributed to improving the quality of life for many Islington residents.
I have taught in several psychotherapy organisations.
I am a founder member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
My website is www.peternevins.co.uk
Training, qualifications & experience
I received a Diploma in psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the Philadelphia Association in 1995.
I gained a doctorate in clinical science in psychotherapy from the University of Kent at Canterbury in March 2011.
I am an accredited Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediator since 2005
I have more than 15 year experience supervising individuals from a variety of training organisations and groups for PACE, City and Hackney Mind and Islington Mind.
I have provided mediation for the corporate sector and for psychotherapy organisations
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Areas of counselling I deal with
£85.00 per session
My Fees are £85 per 50 minute sessions for therapy and for supervision
When I work
I am only available on Mondays to Thursdays