Elie Jesner
Psychotherapist
Qualifications:MA (Cantab.), MA (Warw.), UKCP

Elie is a UKCP registered Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and a member of the Philadelphia Association. He is a graduate of Cambridge University, where he studied Philosophy, and also of Warwick University, where he obtained an MA in Philosophy.

His approach borrows from both of these worlds, using the combined resources of philosophy and psychoanalysis to understand the unique situation of every individual. This may include relating to their early experiences and history together with their cultural and social situation. An appreciation for the complexity of life is at the core of his work.

As well as his studies, he brings a wide range of professional experience to his work. He has worked in the financial markets, in the technology start-up environment, in adult and secondary school education and in informal youth work. These diverse environments have helped him to develop a broad understanding of human nature, and makes him well placed to work with a wide range of clients.

Elie welcomes the opportunity to work with a wide range of issues, but is particularly well placed to help with anxiety, depression, career related stress, loss, divorce, and problems touching on religious or philosophical questions.

Elie is also a published writer, having written a number of articles relating to matters of psychology, politics and religion.

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

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