I have 26 years experience as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in the NHS in North London in the Enfield Barnet and Haringey NHS Trust during which time I was a senior supervisor for students doing psychology qualifications from London Universities (eg UEL), counsellors and psychotherapists in training (eg at Birkbeck, and the Tavistock) and junior doctors on the local NHS rotation.After my psychoanalytic psychotherapy training I trained in a form of brief dynamic psychotherapy called Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). This is now the mainstay of my practice as a therapist and informs my supervision. For more details of this therapy please go to the ISTDP UK website at istdp.org.uk or my personal website at josephmishan.co.ukI can offer skype supervision where necessary.Fees are usually £50 per hour but this can be negotiated
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