Alexandra Schlotterbeck
Qualifications:BA, MA (ADIP), UKCP

Alexandra is a relational Gestalt psychotherapist working with individual adults, couples and groups in short–term solution focussed and long-term therapy. She has worked with a range of clients from diverse backgrounds within the NHS, in private settings, and in the community sector.
She is an associate tutor at the University of Surrey where she works as a group facilitator on the doctoral counselling psychology programme. She is also fully trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing), an innovative clinical treatment effective in treating individuals who have experienced psychological difficulties arising from one off traumatic incidents and developmental trauma such as childhood abuse.

Areas of her clinical expertise include: self-esteem, childhood abuse, trauma, social anxiety, depression including post-natal, anger, eating disorders, addiction, relational issues and domestic and sexual abuse. With mixed ethnic heritage she is also comfortable working with issues of diversity, shame and identity.

Alexandra is registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She trained for six years at the Gestalt Centre London, which is a part of London Metropolitan University. She plays an active role in the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy where she is a process group facilitator, presenter, board member and newsletter editor. She continues her professional development by attending workshops, conferences and is currently training in CBT.

You can request an appointment with Alexandra Schlotterbeck by calling 02071180407 or filling the enquiry form below. Your enquiry will be handled confidentially.

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