Sören Stauffer-Kruse is a counselling psychologist specialising in relationship problems. He has been offering a professional and confidential psychological therapy service to clients in central London for over ten years and is offering sessions from the offices of Alternative Family Law at London Bridge.
Sören is a Health Professions Council Registered Psychologist who works with people with relationship problems, sexual difficulties, anxiety and depression. Sören has extensive experience of working in the field of gay and lesbian psychology and currently also works as a Counselling Psychologist in Gay Men’s Sexual Health for the Terrence Higgins Trust and for the North East London Mental Health NHS Trust. He lectures on Gay and Lesbian Psychology for some of the UK’s foremost academic programmes in Counselling and Clinical Psychology including London Metropolitan University and Canterbury Christ Church University.
The writer Susie Orbach says that: “Therapy is at its core an intimate relationship which explores some of the most profound questions we have to encounter as human beings.” It is through offering an empathic and respectful space that we can understand our deeper emotional and relational difficulties as well as patterns of thought and move towards a happier and more fulfilled experience of life with healthier and closer relationships to ourselves and others. Sören works with his clients in an integrative way, offering short-term and long-term psychological therapy helping people understand both emotional and cognitive aspects of their lives.
An initial session may help you get a clearer understanding of your needs at this time in your life. Originally from Germany, Sören can work with clients in English or German.
Please contact Sören Stauffer-Kruse direct to find out more about how he can work with you and about his available times and rates:
T: +44 7971 825145
3 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RQ, T: +44 20 7407 4007
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