Our psychotherapists come from many different backgrounds and all have received a thorough training, either at The Bowlby Centre or elsewhere, and are committed to The Bowlby Centre’s values. We respect and value differences in race, culture, disability, gender, sexuality, age, income and class. Our code of ethics requires psychotherapists to endeavour to use their professional abilities and skills to their clients’ best advantage and to approach their work with the aim of resolving suffering and promoting well-being.
The Bowlby Centre is a member of the Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis (CPJA) section of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Most psychotherapy relationships work well. If something does go wrong, we have a complaints procedure backed up by the provision to appeal to the UKCP.
The Bowlby Centre, in Highbury & Islington is where our outreach and development activities, training courses and The Blues Project are based. It provides a welcoming home in London for our work. We can make referrals to attachment based therapists delivering the service from our Centre or other locations across London.
We can also make referrals to attachment-based therapists working in different parts of the country. Please contact us to find out if there is a therapist in your area.