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Almost everyone in counselling is working on relationship issues of one kind or another — whether it be with themselves, with partners, family members, friends or colleagues.
Having worked within the NHS setting for many years, I am an experienced UKCP registered Family and Systemic Psychotherapist and a member of Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice and College for Family, Couple and Systemic Therapy.
I have years of practice working as an Integrative, Psychosexual and Relationship counsellor, with a wide breadth of experience including working within the NHS, the charitable sector and in private practice with individuals and couples.
With experience across anxiety, depression, conflict, poor communication, affairs, family breakdown, financial challenges, alcohol/drug addiction, lack of intimacy, parenting differences, stress, bereavement/loss, career change, abuse, and many others.
An experienced integrative therapist, couple and marriage counsellor, Alison has extensive experience in working in depth with individuals, couples and teams.
Cristina Vrech Works across all the landscapes of relationships, communication, stress, infidelity, parenting, confidence, loneliness, addiction, separation and divorce.
What is Marriage Counselling? Every relationship is a process that evolves and changes over time. As such, relationships require an ongoing commitment and effort and love isn’t always enough to keep a relationship on track. Daily stress, different expectations, and a lack of communication can cause partners to drift apart. People go to marriage counselling […]
All of our Kentish Town Marriage Counsellors are accredited, qualified & registered with one or even several recognised corporations.
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. To become a registered member our Associates Counsellor and Psychotherapists must have graduated from a BACP accredited course or passed the Certificate of Proficiency.Learn more about the BACP
The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, UKCP, exists to promote and maintain the profession of psychotherapy and the highest standards in the practice of psychotherapy throughout the United Kingdom, for the benefit of the public.Learn more about the UKCP
The Health And Care Professions Council, offers regulation for maintaining high standards of the health and care professions to ensure that the public is kept safe and secure when utilising their services.Learn more about the HCPC