Ulrika Guttormsson. MSc Psychotherapy. UKCP Registered. Member of AGIP.

Ulrika Guttormsson. MSc Psychotherapy. UKCP Registered. Member of AGIP.

Quaker Meeting House
3 Northgate

Association For Group & Individual Psychotherapy
1 Fairbridge Road
N19 3EW

07853 806 819

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About me

I am a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience, offering both psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, short term or long term.

I also provide counselling.

I can offer appointments in Rochester and in London, (the nearest Tube station is Archway).

In am working from The Quakers Meeting House in Rochester, 1 minute away from Rochester Station and just off Rochester High Street, less than one minute from Costa in Rochester High Street.

Please email me or call me on 07853 806 819. If I am not available, please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Training, qualifications & experience

M.Sc in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.

B.Sc in Social Work.

I am registered with the UKCP, United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. I am also registered with AGIP, Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy.

I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health, in Sweden and in the UK. I have worked in the Swedish NHS and Social Services in the UK. I also have experience from my own private practice in Sweden, offering psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy and counselling. My main experience is working with individuals at psychiatric outpatients units and at specialist clinics for eating disorders.

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Registered / Accredited


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All potential patients will commit to an assessment period consisting of a maximum of three sessions to enable clear identification of the most appropriate intervention: ie, counselling or psychotherapy.

The assessment period costs £35 per session.

One of the ideas, with having three different sessions, instead of one long one, is to give more room for reflection between the sessions of what the need consists of and it also allows both parties the opportunity the see if we can do the work together.

Psychoanalytic psychotherapy £53 per session, (50 minutes).

Psychodynamic psychotherapy £53 per session, (50 minutes).

Counselling £53 per session, (50 minutes).

Further information

Counselling tends to be short term, solution focussed, and advice orientated.

Psychotherapy can be either long term treatment or short term treatment.

In psychotherapy there is an opportunity to get to know yourself in depth and discover new ways of living your life. Often we have repetitive patterns and ways of thinking that can for instance cause suffering, frustration, anxiety and sadness in our life. Despite our best efforts to decide to behave and relate differently, we drift back to our old ways of being and behaving.

In psychotherapy we will work at getting to know your unconscious inner life. A lot of feelings and thoughts we have are not conscious and psychotherapy gives you the opportunity to reflect and try out new ways when you feel change is needed.

Psychotherapy gives you an opportunity to examine- without judgment - causes and reasons for your difficulties to break away and to find out what you want and what you need to live your life differently. We examine how past experiences affect the present and therefore - impacts your future. The conscious mind - rational mind - is only a part of our way of functioning. Getting access to your unconscious mind can liberate and enrich your life. New paths can open up.

Psychotherapy and counselling are confidential.

Maps & Directions

Rochester, ME1 1LS
London, N19 3EW

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes
Home visits: No

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: English and Swedish.


Wheelchair access: Yes

Disabled toilet facilities.


Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 07.00am-20.30. Saturdays and Sundays, I can offer morning, afternoon and evening appointments.

Types of client

Older adults