For more information call + 44 (0) 208 341 2277
Spectrum, established in 1976, is a London-based centre for psychotherapy providing space for personal enquiry in which people learn to manage all aspects of their lives, develop self-knowledge, resilience and the capacity and skills to solve problems.
One of the most common statements people make about their time in individual therapy is how important it is to have somebody there for them over time and on a regular basis. This is an important experience to have and in itself can have a positive influence on our self-esteem and confidence
Relationships are always in a state of flux and the process requires new behaviours in response to change taking place. Our goal is to help couples form a basis for relating through cooperation, caring behaviours, understanding, respect, tolerance, resilience, thoughtfulness and a willingness to communicate truthfully.
Spectrum’s family work involves working with the whole or parts of the current family or the family of origin, as well as parental coaching and dialogue. It provides a safe forum for family members to have their experience of living in the family heard and witnessed.
Groups offer participants an opportunity to come out of isolation with their issues and to share and compare their experience with others.
Anger in the therapy room - March 18-20, 2017: Maggie McKenzie
Working with anger - April 1-2, 2017: Saul De Groen and Teresa O'Shea
Dreams - an on-going group starts April 24, 2017: Maggie McKenzie
Intermediate sexuality group for women - starts May 3, 2017: Lora Wignall
What's normal - on-going group starting May 13, 2017: Natasha Curnock
Self-Esteem - June 24-25, 2017: Gill Doust
Action techniques in therapy: working with the body - August 29-September 1, 2017: Maggie McKenzie
Basic sexuality group for women - starts October 4, 2017: Lora Wignall
Our personal development programme offers psychotherapy and skills development for individuals, couples, families, children and young adults, as well as an extensive programme of workshops, on-going groups and residential courses.
Within our staff, we have therapists who specialise in men’s work, women’s work, sexual development, anger management, communication skills, parental coaching, dream work and formative psychology.
Spectrum’s therapeutic approach is grounded in humanistic, existential and formative psychology. Our professional development programme offers short and long term training courses, a broad range of professional workshops, supervision, continued professional development and practice development support on many levels.