WHO WE ARE
As Cambridgeshire’s leading not-for-profit group psychological treatment service, we are a charity
commissioned by the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS CCG to support local people.
As a small charity, we support local people who are experiencing emotional and mental health worries. We provide group psychological treatment for those struggling with their mental health in and around Cambridgeshire. As well as working in Cambridge, we also operate in Huntingdon and Ely.
Since 1969 we have helped many thousands of people with our specialist psychological service.
MEET THE TEAM
Integrative Psychotherapist (UKCP)
Group Analyst (UKCP)
Core Therapist, Group Analyst (UKCP)
Marisa is a qualified group analyst registered with the UKCP. Marisa is also an artist.
Marisa has worked with the Samaritan’s and the NHS. Marisa facilitates long-term open-ended groups and support groups.
CBT therapist (BABCP)
Juliette is a CBT therapist (BABCP) and has undertaken training in Group Analysis.
She has an MSc in Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology.
Juliette currently facilitates CBT groups and support groups at the Centre, as well as private 1-1 CBT and within IAPT services.
Ruth Wyner, Group Analyst (UKCP)
Ruth is a qualified group analyst and psychotherapist and supervisor registered with UKCP. Ruth has worked with people from all walks of life and works flexibly to provide therapy in line with peoples' requests and requirements.
Sue Greenland, Group Analyst (UKCP)
Sue Greenland is a qualified group analyst and psychotherapist and supervisor registered with UKCP. As well as running long term open groups, Sue facilitates staff supervision groups for third sector organisations.
Sue’s work has involved contact with both patients and staff working in challenging settings; eating disorder services, adolescent unit, non-residential therapeutic community for young adults (17-25), high dependency unit, prison service, drug and alcohol service, supported housing services.
Curtis Parker, Group Analyst (UKCP)
Curtis is a Group-Analytic Psychotherapist with the Institute of Group Analysis and registered with the UKCP Curtis has worked as a nurse in the NHS for 32 years and as a Psychotherapist has run therapy groups, staff groups and experiential groups on courses. He works in the third sector and in private practice.
Eleanor Richards, Music Therapist, Attachment-Based Psychotherapist (UKCP)
Eleanor is a relational psychoanalytic psychotherapist and counsellor, registered with the UKCP and the HPC. As well as running long term open groups, Eleanor facilitates reflective groups for NHS professionals.
Eleanor is also trained in music therapy, and she has a particular interest in working with people with learning disabilities and those engaged in their support.
Alison Davies, MFA (UKCP)
Alison is trained as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist registered with the Philadelphia Association where she is a full member. She is a qualified music therapist and has worked extensively with students in AU and Guildhall School of Music, London.
Alison works with people from all walks of life and no problem is considered too small or too large.
Dr Sola Osindero, Group Analyst
As well as being qualified in Groupwork Practice with the IGA Sola is a practising GP and member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. After a long career as a GP he is deepening his interest in mental health by working towards qualifying as a full member of the Institute of Group Analysis.
Sola is currently running a long-term open-ended group.
Dr Richard Pannett, Group Analyst (UKCP)
Richard is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, as well as holding an Msc in Group analysis and a member of UKCP.
Suki Bains, Group Analyst
Nicole Goodman, CBT Therapist
Mina Spatha, CBT Therapist
Soline Bassinott, CBT Therapist
Ditty Dokter, Supervisor
Dan Jones, Supervisor
Ruth Cocksedge, Supervisor
GROUP THERAPY CENTRE BOARD MEMBERS:
Revd Nigel Uden (Chair), John Chaplin (Hon Treasurer), Jenny Jacobsberg (Secretary) , Helen Christy, Gilli Haarhoff, Veronica McDouall, Tim Sharp, Asha Praseedom, Helen Bull