Lesley Ann Kalish
Qualifications:MA (ADIP), UKCP

Lesley is a psychotherapist, couple counsellor and mediator, working with adolescents through to the elderly. She brings experience from consulting in an NHS outpatient unit of a psychiatric hospital, Sangam Association of Asian Women, Relate and The Jewish Marriage Council.

Lesley has worked in the voluntary sector with people from diverse backgrounds and all ethnicities, often suffering from physical or emotional abuse, trauma, grief and loss. She has also worked as a volunteer counsellor in primary schools, helping children manage bullying and low self-esteem.

Her work incorporates psychoanalytic and integrative approaches, primarily in a medium to long- term context or tailored to meet your needs. She will provide you with a safe, contained space with which to explore any difficulties you may be facing and help you bring about relief from distress.

Areas of her clinical expertise range from mild to moderate depression, anxiety, anger, addictions, bi-polar or borderline personality disorder. She has a special interest in neuroscience and neurobiology from a mind-body perspective and engages in regular continued professional development, ensuring she maintains a high level of clinical excellence.

Lesley is fully accredited and a registered member of the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) and holds the following qualifications: MA Psychotherapy and Counselling (Regents University London), ADIP (Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling) Regents University London, Intensive Foundation Certificate in Psychotherapy and Counselling (Regents University London), Relate Couple Counsellor (University of East London) and Family and Commercial Mediator (Regents University London).

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

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