Dr Paul O Sullivan
Paul started studying Psychology at City University, London, obtaining a BSc(Hons) before commencing his training as a Counselling Psychologist at the same institution. He has completed his Doctorate in Counselling psychology. The subject of his Doctoral research focused on the phenomenon of threatened personal identities, specifically looking at inter-relationship identities.
Paul currently works for the NHS providing psychological therapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. He has also gained extensive experience working within a number of challenging settings, working with individuals, couples, and families.
Paul practises integratively, with the focus of therapy centred on the unique individual needs of each person. He draws his knowledge and experience of Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural, Humanistic and EMDR therapies to help aid this approach. The areas of special interest for Paul include depression, stress, anxiety, work and relationship difficulties, bereavement, identity, and personal development. Paul works at the practice on Thursdays. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Shane began his studies in 1991 at University College Dublin, obtaining a BA(Hons) in Psychology and Philosophy.
He trained as a psychotherapist at the Metanoia Institute in West London, undertaking their MSc programme in Integrative Psychotherapy.
He completed a post-qualifying certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at the WPF. In 2011 Shane was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma as an Expert Practitioner in CBT at King's College London, and now specialises in using CBT to treat complex anxiety and depression cases.
He has 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist. and is registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.
Before establishing the Ändern Centre London in 2007, he spent 5 years working as a therapist for a counselling practice in the City. He also spent 10 years working in higher education as a student support services manager. Shane is available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays.