Welcome to juliafrankspsychotherapy.co.uk
I am a Psychotherapist based in Enfield, with 20 years experience of working in this field. I also offer Clinical Supervision in the North London area to individuals, groups and organisations. My Psychotherapy practice in Southgate, is also conveniently located for the London Boroughs of Haringey and Barnet. There is ample free parking outside the property.
I am able to offer therapy for people suffering from stress, depression or problems with relationships, or for those who simply want to understand their own behaviours and emotional reactions. I am happy to work short-term (up to 12 sessions) or for longer.
I work with therapists and others in caring professions to develop fresh insight, work more effectively and maintain good practice in their work. I am happy to work with trainees or those newly qualified, as well as more experienced practitioners.
Experienced and Qualified
I am a Psychotherapist Accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and hold a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision.
Thank you for visiting my website. Please contact me via telephone or email (above) if you would like to discuss any aspect of my work, without any obligation. We could meet at my practice in Enfield for a one-off consultation, which might be helpful in deciding whether to pursue psychotherapy or clinical supervision. Please do get in touch. All enquiries are treated in a confidential nature.
Blog entry: 16th September 2016
I recently saw a new film called ‘Look At Us Now, Mother’. It is a documentary film made by an award-winning director about her relationship with her critical, narcissistic mother, and how the daughter comes to a place of forgiveness with her mother. In fact, the relationship is now so good that the pair are on tour together with the film, doing Q & A sessions after screenings.
This got me thinking about the role of forgiveness. A lot is spoken about forgiveness being important to letting go of painful situations and relationships, and that holding on to resentment and anger ties one to the perpetrator or scenario. There are many who claim that holding on to grudges and resentment can restrict energy for other, more fulfilling things in life, and can even create illness. Got it.
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