David Roderman

Psychotherapist

BA, M.Ed., MA MBACP

Dave is a qualified counsellor and therapist with over 20 years’ experience helping people through times of challenges and difficulties. He specialises in caring for those who are dealing with personal and work-related depression, anxiety, relationship issues, sexuality, and life transitions.

He also has extensive experience in working with child and adolescent mental health and well-being. He offers help for children and young people who are dealing with stress, low mood/depression, anxiety and family-related issues

Dave is trained and qualified as a psychodynamic psychotherapist who offers both brief and long-term therapy. He has experience working for the NHS and in private mental health hospitals. Dave has academic degrees from Niagara University (USA), Boston College (USA) and the University of London in Sociology, Theology, Philosophy and Counselling/Psychotherapy. He has completed professional training in several different therapeutic modalities and is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy ( BACP ).  

Dave offers a safe, supportive, non-judgmental and caring environment to address the needs and cares of the individual. He pulls on his extensive experience and variety of approaches to cater for each individual’s needs. It is often when we share with another person the worries we carry; we begin to look at ourselves and others in a new and different light.

 

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