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Integrative Psychotherapy

Jacqueline

Adler

BA (Hons)  MBACP Accredited

Person Centred / Integrative Psychotherapist

Jacqueline Adler has practised as a psychotherapist for almost 20 years. She has a practice in Central London and Central Stockholm.

 

Psychotherapy offers you the unique opportunity of a therapeutic confidential relationship in which to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

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You may be seeking counselling to manage an emotional crisis or for a longstanding issue which which may be influencing your life such as:

Feeling overwhelmed | Relationship issues | Loss of self esteem & motivation | Anger or rage

Needing clarity of thinking | Having panic attacks or anxiety | Eating difficulties | Cultural adjustment

Being a highly sensitive person and finding life a struggle | Compassion fatigue | Fear of flying

Smoking cessation | Bullying | Stress | Sexual identity issues | Grief | Trauma | Sadness

You may be unsure about what is causing you to feel emotionally low or confused. Thats OK!

You don't need to have a reason for the way you feel.

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

 

My Diversity Statement:

All adults and adolescents are welcome regardless of sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, religious, physical ability and attributes and gender identity.

 

I adhere to the code of practice and ethical standards of the British Association Counselling Psychotherapy.

 

Confidentiality

 

Confidentiality is intrinsic within good counselling practice. Information which is confidential, includes not only the identity and personal details of the client, but any aspect of the theraputic relationship. I adhere to the British Association Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) code of ethics which makes it clear that I would only consider breaching our confidentiality agreement:

 

‘In certain high-risk situations where best ethical and legal practice require the protection of the client or others (for example, in safeguarding, child protection, terrorism or serious crime), then the therapist must make decisions in compliance with current law, government guidance where applicable and ethical principles, having consulted with a supervisor and/or other relevant professionals and experienced colleagues, as appropriate’ (BACP 2018)

 

In order to maintain confidentiality I will not knowingly accept or connect with you on social media such as Twitter or Link- in. If I do use text or email it will be brief and concise.

 

For more information, please visit 

https://www.bacp.co.uk

 
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