George Street Therapy RoomsCentral Bath

Our Practitioners

All practitioners are bound by their ethical guidelines and accrediting bodies. All will be in professional supervision for their work. Please check with individual therapists if you would like more information about their training and qualifications. You will find individual contact details for each therapist at the end of their entry.


Our Practitioners. Sarah Stevens

Sarah Stevens

Counselling offers you the opportunity to explore and reflect on issues that are affecting your relationships, your life style choices and essentially your relationship with yourself.

My specialised area is working with anyone whose life is affected by food and/or body image issues having worked within the field of Eating Disorders for many years, both as a support worker for family members as well as one on one with people struggling with Eating Disorders.

My intention is to create a warm, safe and compassionate space to allow you to express yourself freely and to work towards creating life choices that are healthy for you.

I work from an Integrative approach with Person Centred core qualities, tailoring my approach to your own specific needs and taking into consideration you as an individual. I am BACP registered Counselling Diploma Level 5

07816 470854
[email protected]



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Laura Keyte

Laura is a psychotherapist and the founder member of the Abbey Practice and George Street Therapy Rooms. She is a senior practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in the field. As well as a full private practice Laura was Head of Training at Wessex Counselling Service and taught at Bath Spa University and Wiltshire College.

Laura is particularly interested in, and experienced with, working with childhood trauma, experiences of bullying, the impact of Asperger's and autism on individuals and families, and experiences of anxiety.

Laura originally trained with Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling as an integrative psychotherapist. She developed her psychoanalytic interests and perspective in her work at Wessex Counselling Service and is also a registered member of the British Association of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervisors.

078 5505 2986
[email protected]
www.psychotherapybath.co.uk



Our Practitioners. SheilaField

Sheila Field

Sheila is a psychotherapist and counsellor with more than fifteen years' experience, in London and East Sussex before coming to Bath in 2014. She is registered and accredited by UK Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP) and UK Assn of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (UKAHPP.)

After a background in higher education, Sheila did six years’ training in Humanistic, mainly Gestalt, psychotherapy, at Spectrum Training in North London, qualifying in 2005. She has also done additional courses in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Sex Therapy, Addictions counselling and Couples’ counselling.

While Sheila has experience in working with all kinds of abuse, one of her specialisms is in working with survivors of domestic abuse, having worked for campaigning and advice organisations in this field.

She is particularly interested in the effects of anxiety, including OCD on daily lives; in trauma and post-traumatic stress; and depression.

She works face-to-face short-term and long-term with individuals and couples, for counselling and/or mentoring and psychotherapy. "Couples" can mean two people, married or otherwise, in an intimate relationship, or siblings, or close friends.

Apart from her practice at Bath Psychotherapy, Sheila also works from a practice room in Larkhall, in the north of Bath. (see website)

07732 015 815
[email protected]
www.sheilafieldtherapy.co.uk


Our Practitioners. StuartCrossman

Stuart Crossman

I’m an experienced psychodynamic psychotherapist, offering a safe, supportive place to talk about your difficulties and concerns.
People come to see me for many different reasons, my approach is to take time to focus on what’s important for you as an individual.
Initially we’ll consider what’s bringing you to therapy and whether you feel we can work together; the quality of the relationship between therapist and client has an important part to play.
It’s not uncommon to feel anxious or unsure about taking the first step, please feel free to contact me to discuss your concerns in confidence.

Qualifications
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice (University of Roehampton)
Qualification in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (WPF Therapy)
Certificate in Counselling Skills (WPF Therapy)
BPC & FPC Registered
My background is in creative arts and the charity sector, in housing, homelessness, learning disabilities and with young people.

07968 803962
[email protected]
www.stuartcrossmanpsychotherapy.com


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