M.A. (Oxon)., P.D.C.Hyp., M.B.S.C.H., D.C.B. Hyp
Anne has been working in the mental health field for over 25 years. She read modern languages at Oxford, in the late sixties and it was there that she became aware of the impact that unaddressed mental health issues can have on peoples lives and on their well being.
After graduation, Anne studied drama at the Central School Speech of Drama in London. A brief acting career followed until she finally decided to follow her primary interest of helping people to address their mental health issues in order to overcome their mental and physical anguish, that stopped them from leading a fulfilled life.
She started at the London Centre of Psychotherapy in1991. She then also Joined the Camden Bereavement Service where she worked for four years. She then embarked on a Analytical Psychotherapy training at the Lincoln centre (affiliated to the Tavistock Centre in North London.) At the same time she worked as an Honorary Psychotherapist at the Whittington Psychology department.
After some time Anne wanted to specialize in short term therapies so then started further training in Clinical Hypnotherapy and after that in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
She started in Private Practice in 1995, combining Hypnotherapy and CBT therapy to help clients address and overcome their mental health issues in the most efficient way possible.
Anne is married, with a daughter. She enjoys reading and is an active member in the local community where and is a Trustee and Secretary o f a local community secretary.
1966 – 1969 Oxford University Modern Languages.
1973 – 1976 The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
1990 – 1991 London Centre of Psychotherapy (Foundation Year)
1991 – 1993 Lincoln Centre (2 years Pre -Clinical)
1993 – 1994 London Centre for Clinical Hypnosis (Full Member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis)
1994 – 1995 CBT Therapy Training with the London Centre of Clinical Hypnosis.