Fiona Roskilly-Pond, UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist

Fiona Roskilly-Pond

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Fiona Roskilly-Pond, UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist

Fiona Roskilly-Pond

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My Approach

My therapeutic approach

I have an integrative approach to therapy and my core therapeutic values are humanistic and psycho-dynamic. Integrative means I draw on a number of theoretical ideas rather than follow one strain of thinking. A humanistic basis means I provide a supportive, respectful, non-judgmental environment. Working psycho-dynamically gives value to what is occurring unconsciously and puts these roots in our past experiences.

Phenomenology is a psychological term which means to look at the world through the eyes of the person describing it. This is essential to the way I work: I get to know you and how things are for you. A phenomenological approach means we can start to make sense of how the world is for you, identifying things which pose difficulty or are challenging and we can then move into making sense of your experiences. This is in contrast to thinking objectively, and judging from a place of ‘should’ which only disables movement and growth. I believe growth comes from a place of shared compassionate understanding.

Training, qualifications & experience

I have worked with clients on various issues including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, low self-esteem, eating/food struggles, weight management, grief, loss, work struggles, relationship struggles, anger, fatigue, life-long illness, isolation, insomnia, addictions, post-traumatic stress, feeling fed-up or not 'themselves'. I also work with clients on their personal self discovery journey wanting to explore their internal world and learn more about who they are.

Having completed training with the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC), I hold a Masters Qualification (MA) and Professional Award (Dip HIP) from Middlesex University. This is a United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) professional qualification, having met the training standards as set by them.

My training had a focus on both experiential personal development and academic theoretical learning. I undertook two placements and set up my private practice. During the seven years of training, was required to be in weekly psychotherapy and private supervision. This means I have great depth of experience of the process of therapy and the importance of professional support as a therapist.

I have previously volunteered and worked as a Psychotherapist in the NHS and as such held an enhanced DBS (CRB) and a clinical licence to practice; I worked 1:1 with patients as well as within an art therapy group.

I am part of a peer support group and attend continued professional development (CPD) courses and workshops on a regular basis. These activities provide professional support, discussion and development.

I am a member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). Being on this register gives assurances to clients that my training, through a UKCP training organisation (BCPC), has met the high professional standards as set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for Health and Social Care.

I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and abide by their codes of ethics and conduct.

I have trained with Tavistock Relationships gaining their Certificate in the Study of the Couple Relationship.

About Me

Therapy is different from chatting to other people in your life. Talking in therapy offers you the opportunity to talk about what is going on for you or what you want to explore, without the usual relationship complexities. It is a confidential, impartial space and one where you can be free to truly express yourself, to share thoughts, hopes or worries that may be difficult to address elsewhere.

I believe the most important thing in therapy is the relationship between therapist and client. This needs to be one of trust and respect. Initially, all that may be there is feeling comfortable together, as trust and respect can of course take some time to build. You as the client will lead the way with what you are comfortable in exploring as we work together. Working together we will explore your reality and I will walk alongside you as you discover more of your own world. As our relationship builds, I aim to help you discover themes and behaviours which have developed within you through your experiences, and to draw out unconscious influences to help you gain deeper awareness of yourself.

You can see more about my training and professional approach on my website


Please be in touch via email, WhatsApp or phone (do leave a message) and we can arrange an introductory session. An introductory session is obligation free, it is an opportunity for us to meet and for you to let me know a bit about yourself and what is going on for you, and for you to ask any questions you may have.

I work with

  • Couples
  • Individuals
  • Private healthcare referrals

Types of Therapies Offered

  • Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist

Types of sessions

  • Face to Face - Long Term
  • Face to Face - Short Term


The Loft, Mill Hill
NP16 7NW
United Kingdom (UK)

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UKCP College

  • Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College (HIPC)
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