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About me
Dean Andrews

I provide a non-judgemental, welcoming and confidential space which encourages you to find a way to be able to express yourself freely

Many of the problems we encounter in our lives can confront us with some of life’s biggest issues: freedom of choice (and sometimes feeling we don’t have a choice); anxiety; guilt; uncertainty; responsibility; how we relate to others; loneliness; facing the reality of our own death and the death of loved ones; and, at times, feeling a sense of meaninglessness. These are all part of your existence, and they can sometimes seem to make your problems all the more difficult. 

As an existential psychotherapist, I approach my work from a philosophical standpoint. I can help you develop an understanding of what matters to you in your life and help you approach your difficulties in a more meaningful way. Working alongside you, I can help you to see your problem from new perspectives, thereby aiding the healing process, which can allow you to move forward.

At times, I also integrate other theoretical approaches into my work, including psychoanalytic and Gestalt psychotherapy.

Qualifications and professional body memberships

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling from Regent’s College, London
  • Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy from Regent’s University, London
  • BA (Communications) from the University of Technology, Sydney
  • Registered member of the UKCP
  • Member of the Society for Existential Analysis
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