Nicholas is a psychotherapist working with adults both individually and in relationships, registered with the UKCP and UKRCP and accredited by the BACP since 2007. He also holds memberships with the Society of Existential Analysis. Nicholas established Nicholas Rose and Associates when it became apparent West London needed a practice able to offer a range of services from a fully qualified and experienced team.
Nicholas's clent base is broad with experience of working with people at all levels from a range of sectors including the arts, television, banking, medical and legal professionals, academia, civil servants and students. Nicholas has also worked with Mums and, women wanting to become mums and, people not in traditional employment or looking to change career. Meanwhile his clinical experience also covers a wide range of concerns in particular anxiety, stress, panic attacks, relationship difficulties, sexual issues, infertility, bereavement, sexuality, depression, compulsive behaviours, addictions, eating disorders, dyslexia / dispraxia, PTSD, childhood trauma, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, long term mental and physical health difficulties. Additionally, many clients have found themselves here in the UK having moved from another country for work or relationship reasons. Nicholas has experience of working with heterosexual, gay, lesbian and bisexual clients both individually and in couples. Generally, Nicholas's client base has tended to be fairly evenly split between men and women.
Nicholas has worked as a counsellor and psychotherapist since 2003. In addition to private practice his experience comes from working for a number of therapy organisations, including five years with Freedom from Torture and three years with both the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and City and Hackney Mind. Nicholas qualified in London following a five-year postgraduate training that included Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of East London, an advanced training in Existential Psychotherapy at Regents University in London and specialist trainings in working with couples, clinical assessments, mindfulness and focusing.
Prior to training as a psychotherapist Nicholas had a corporate career, spanning some fifteen years, this included experience of senior management positions with an emphasis on marketing and strategy within the retail, telecommunications, internet and not-for-profit sectors, both domestically and internationally. He has lived and worked abroad including periods spent in Italy, Switzerland and Ireland.
Nicholas says: Its about the power of the therapeutic relationship and everyone can improve their quality of life irrespective of limitations if the right focus is applied.
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