Therapists Muswell Health
Andie Newman is a UKCP accredited psychoanalyst, with over 10 years experience, having completed her post-graduate training at The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis in 2011. Andie has worked within the NHS’s mental health services, as well as at Islington Mind and the London Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy can help with a wide range of problems, including anxiety and depression; family and relationship breakdown; issues in the workplace; feelings of meaninglessness and lack of direction. Psychoanalysis offers a particular approach to therapy, which focuses on the unconscious forces driving us, and on the deeply held beliefs, concerns, wishes and fears which may be at the root of suffering. This means it is often a long-term process, which can be difficult and painful at times. But psychoanalysis also offers a creative, enriching and enjoyable exploration of our experience of being alive. Click here for Andie’s website. Andie is available weekdays and evenings.
Augusta Hull. Gus qualified in Holistic Swedish Massage in 1997 and then went on to qualify in Traditional Thai Yoga Massage in 2004. “I have over 15 years of experience running successful private practice in centres and home visiting. I have also worked in hospices, where I treated people living with HIV and patients with a cancer diagnosis. Through experience I have become incredibly adaptive and nurturing to the needs of my client.
I have developed my techniques and skills as well as my ability to bring my whole attention to the treatments I give to clients, which helps promote their self-awareness and self-healing; helps bring about balance, deep relaxation and rejuvenation as well as helping specific issues.
I have successfully treated many different presenting aches and pains, including painful Achilles; lower backache; pain and tension related to the sciatic nerve, hip area, shoulder and neck. My massage has helped with mobilising areas with restricted movement.
I have also had success helping those who suffer chronic headaches and migraine by incorporating acupressure point work to alleviate symptoms and free up blocked energy flow, which in turn promotes all round well-being.” Gus is available on weekdays and weekends.
Claire Frost. Claire qualified as an Acupuncturist in 2008 from the London College of Traditional Acupuncture. She has worked in private clinics in North London, GP practice and an NHS specialist acupuncture clinic. Claire has completed post-graduate training in the fields of Pregnancy, Infertility and Paediatric acupuncture. Claire treats a wide range of conditions particularly concentrating on Women’s health, fertility, pregnancy, induction of labour, anxiety and depression. She also treats a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions including sciatica, frozen shoulder, neck and back pain. Claire is a member of the British Acupuncture Council. The British Acupuncture Council maintains and oversees the high standards of education, ethics, discipline and practice in acupuncture – www.acupuncture.org.uk – Lic Ac, Bsc (Hons), Ba (Hons), MBAcC (Member of the British Acupuncture Council). Click here for Claire’s website. Claire is available on an ad hoc basis.
Jane D’Arcy. Jane qualified as an Osteopath and Naturopath in 1986, graduating from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. Jane has an holistic approach to her work offering clients self-help advice, including diet and exercise. Jane prides herself on giving clients long treatment time and offers up to one hour on first and follow up appointments. Since qualifying, Jane has been working in multidisciplinary and osteopathic group centres in London, Cambridge and Potters Bar. Jane is available on Thursday.
Jessica Sherlock. Jess Sherlock provides Ayurvedic Nutrition, Lifestyle and Herbal Therapy. Ayurveda is the world’s oldest healing system, which has been practiced for over 5,000 years. Jess has a special interest in treating anxiety, digestion and skin issues. Through a one-to-one consultation she will provide a personal Ayurvedic treatment plan including nutrition, lifestyle and herbs.
Jess trained at the Ayurveda Institute UK with one of the foremost practitioners in Europe, Dr Deepika Rodrigo. She is a member of the Complementary Medical Association. Jessica is available on Friday and Saturday.
Louise Salmon. Louise has been in Homeopathic practice since 1992 and is a registered and insured member of the Society of Homeopaths. Louise works with adults and children, treating a wide range of conditions including acutes, such as seasonal colds, coughs and sore-throats, and long-term health issues such as digestive problems, respiratory and skin problems, ear, eye and dental issues, headaches and back-aches, menstrual and fertility problems, sleep problems and more. Patients very often bring emotional concerns such as anxiety, fears, grief, anger and stress, memory and cognitive issues that they wish to have help with. Louise is classically trained, most often prescribing one remedy at a time.
“I was introduced to homeopathy as a child and appreciate its gentleness and great common sense that the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual are intimately connected. My mindfulness training and practice supports this inclusive nature of homeopathy. It’s a privilege and joy to treat people, journey with them and witness healing at different levels. Healing is reconnection and wholeness. Homeopathy has the capacity to stimulate our psyche, neural, hormonal and immune systems, to respond, re-balance and reconnect on our path towards wholeness”. Louise is available on Thursday.
Martha Egger. R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T. is a qualified nurse and a UK registered Craniosacral Therapist. She has many years of experience caring for people with chronic health problems in hospital and home environments, including working with people in their terminal stages of life. Martha has been in private practise as a Craniosacral Therapist for 10 years and has helped many clients of all ages. The gentle and effective skills used in Craniosacral Therapy may be particularly suitable in pre and post-natal care and for the elderly. She has completed post-graduate Craniosacral Therapy training in working with mothers, babies and children, trauma, stress and chronic fatigue. Her clients especially appreciate the open-hearted space that she creates.
“My passion is it to support you in your healing and recovery process, and to help you re-connect with your true essence.” Martha is available on Wednesdays, other days available on request.
Nicola Hughes. Nikki is an Integrative Positive Psychology Life Coach. She has an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP) and has worked with a variety of clients in both professional and personal contexts.
Nikki draws on a combination of positive psychology research and various coaching techniques, including person-centred, solution-focussed and narrative coaching, to help her clients develop and achieve. She offers a space of unconditional positive regard, dedicated attention and collaborative enthusiasm in which clients can explore their ambitions and advance towards them.
Client goals may be around career, relationships, health, lifestyle, creative output or any other desired change or ambition. Whatever the subject matter, Nikki will help clients clarify their wants and resolve issues that might be standing in their way, before identifying actions that move them closer to their goals. A loving challenger, she will listen for unconscious blocks, contradictions or patterns and bring these to the client’s awareness, so that they might be overcome.
The frequently noticed benefits of coaching include improved performance, higher levels of achievement, completion of goals, mental clarity, increased self-awareness, increased motivation and a sense of calm or ‘taking control’ of one’s life. Nikki is available in the evenings on an ad hoc basis.
Sal Fulcher. Sal is an integrative BACP registered psychotherapist, using theory and techniques from psychodynamic, CBT, solution focused and person-centered therapies. She offers a confidential space to express what’s really going on for you and collaboratively work through your issues to help you feel better and make changes. She uses her insight and psychotherapy tools to help you approach things differently in the present, heal from the past and build your future. Over the last five years she has helped a variety of clients in both private practice and in organisations with issues including; depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, addiction, stress, social anxiety, loneliness, eating disorders, self-harm and relationship issues. Click here for Sal’s website. Sal is available on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
(photo to come) Sophie Mercado. Sophie is a qualified Health Kinesiology and Touch for Health Practitioner. She is a registered member of the Kinesiology Federation and Federation of Holistic Therapists (UK). Kinesiology is based on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and the understanding that well-being is dependent on the balanced flow of energy through our bodies. Sophie uses Health Kinesiology to balance the body in both mind and body, enabling people to live in optimum health. Sophie first had Health Kinesiology herself over 20 years ago and when faced with any health or wellbeing issues, it is her first port of call. Before training in Touch for Health and Health Kinesiology, Sophie first had a career in Marketing & PR, including work as a Government press officer and as a marketing manager at a Premier League football club. Inspired by the Aristotle quote “Where your talents and the needs of the world cross; there lies your vocation” she went on to train and work as a primary school teacher for more than 10 years. She always knew she wanted her work to involve helping people and is proud to have helped many children fulfil their potential. Now with Health Kinesiology, she is able to help adults and children achieve their health and wellness potential. “I’m passionate about helping people achieve an improved state of wellbeing. Often people become accustomed to living with aches, pains and emotional stress, believing it is just the way it is. It’s a joy to see the aches and pains or emotional stresses dissipate, leaving a person to live in optimum health, both mentally and physically.”
Steve Dell. Steve is a Solution Focused Hypnotherapist, having trained at the Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy Training centre in London. Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is a modern, optimistic and positive form of therapy which avoids delving into and reinforcing any negative patterns of behaviour and instead helps to build new, mentally-healthy, positive ones – allowing the old ones just to fade away. Steve will help you reduce your levels of anxiety or panic; leave any depressed moods back in the cave where they belong; conquer any phobias or fears; remove a trauma and make it feel like a safe, distant memory; get your weight back under control; stop smoking or just generally help you feel more confident, creative, motivated and happy. As it’s great for changing patterns of behaviour, it’s also ideal for those who feel they are somehow stuck and are unable to move forwards in their life. Steve is a member of the Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy. Click here for Steve’s website. Steve is available on an ad-hoc basis, during the week and at weekends. He is also available for early morning sessions before work.
Tanya Spencer. Tanya is a fully qualified professional therapist, with over 15 years’ experience. She has a high level of expertise and practices, amongst other things in: Deep Tissue/Sports/Remedial massage and Hot & Cold Stone massage. Tanya provides personalised treatments for a wide range of medical and health conditions including; Stress, Tension, RSI, Postural problems, Sports injuries, Emotional issues, Post Traumatic Stress, Insomnia, Depression, Migraine, Addiction, Pregnancy, Hormonal Imbalances, Infertility, Immune & Digestive disorders and Bereavement. She often uses a combination of therapies which aim to assist the client by: supporting the immune system, enhancing performance, encouraging healing, aiding relaxation, increasing feelings of well-being and stimulating our bodies own ‘Natural Healing Response’. Tanya is available on an Ad-hoc basis both during the week and at weekends.
Tom Hoyland. Tom has been working full time as a Therapist since 1999, running his private practice, working in the NHS and in the corporate environment. Tom offers Reflexology, Holistic Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Traditional Thai Massage, Reiki and Pregnancy Massage and Reflexology. I am able to help with a wide range of issues; My Reflexology work has included helping clients with sleeping disorders, sinusitis and hay fever, and helping with the menstrual cycle, menopause and pain relief. More recently I have been working, with great success, with clients with sciatic pain. My massage treatments have involved working with client’s specific areas of pain but also includes working on general well-being, maintaining good health, good posture and good flexibility. In all of my treatments I work on an emotional level, helping clients with feelings of stress and anxiety, particularly with Reflexology and Reiki but also in my Massage work. Along side my private practice I have also run monthly clinics in companies, including Selfridges and Readers Digest. From 2007 until 2013 I worked at University College Hospital within the complementary therapy team working on the adult, teenage and children’s wards within cancer care. “When treating I try to bring a non-judgmental, open and safe space for clients, that I hope enables them to open up to treatment, which in turn helps to facilitate positive change.” Click here for Tom’s website. Tom is available on weekdays and weekends.
Viktória Borsi – Viktória is a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, therefore she looks at both nutrition and lifestyle when she works with her clients. Her practice is based on the principles of Functional Medicine, which means that she addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging her clients in a therapeutic partnership.
She spends time with her clients and listens to their medical history and looks at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health and complex, chronic disease. As nutrition is a complementary therapy, it can be used alongside conventional medicine.
Viktória also enjoys working with amateur endurance athletes, mainly triathletes and cyclists, whose aim is to get better results and to improve their recovery speed. She is working closely with members of the Hampstead Triathlon Club and the Giant Camden Team Liv female-only cycling club.
Consultations are one-to-one and fully confidential. After the consultation Viktória undertakes a personalised health evaluation and creates a comprehensive therapeutic plan. It consists of recommendations to the diet and lifestyle.
Click here for Viktória’s web site. Viktória is available on an ad-hoc basis.