Michelle Bassam

Michelle Bassam
BACP qualifications

Psychological Therapist

MAPsych & Counselling, DipCBT, DipPsycho-Sexual Therapy, DipPsychodynamic.

Michelle has over 12 years of clinical experience. She works with a wide range of issues including anxiety, panic, stress, anger management, self-esteem, depression, clinical depression, relationship problems, multicultural issues, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), loss and bereavement, abuse (sexual or mental), childhood issues, psycho-sexual problems, couple and marital issues (including same-sex couples).

Michelle has extensive experience in psychosexual therapy, and her combined skills in couples therapy make her an excellent choice for clients seeking assistance with relationship and psychosexual issues.

Michelle draws from Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic approaches, adapting to the clients’ needs. She also works in a Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) format, short to medium term. She has an MA in Psychology and Counselling and a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She has further Diplomas in Psychodynamic Counselling, and Psycho-Sexual & Relationship Therapy

She works independently within Private Practice, GP Surgeries and at Harley Therapy. She also runs small therapy groups and has lectured in Counselling. Michelle works with couples, individuals and adolescents.

She is available for Telephone Counselling, SKYPE Counselling, Zoom counselling, Facetime Counselling and WhatsApp Video calls. Michelle is experienced in online work and works with many international clients.

Michelle is available for workshops, talks, media, interviews and podcasts.

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