ROSETTE ROZENBERG B.A, B.Ed., M.A. Psychoanalysis
Professional Member of the Association for Group and
REGISTERED WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM COUNCIL FOR
I initially trained and worked as a
secondary school teacher. Thereafter I worked for 23 years in mental
health, in both the voluntary and statutory sectors. For the past fifteen
years I have been working as a psychotherapist in private practice; I have
also worked as a supervisor helping to train others. I have taught on the
Masters degree in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy programme at Sheffield
University. For six years I was on the Clinical Committee of the
Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy (the organisation with
which I trained); I have extensive experience of assessing people’s
suitability for psychotherapy.
I have worked with people from a wide range of ethnic
and cultural backgrounds and also with people of different sexual
orientations. Having lived in a number of different countries, I have
experience of moving to a new country and understand the problems and
difficulties that this may entail.
I have been living and working in France in the Midi
Pyrenees area since 2004. I am bilingual in French and English and have
experience of working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in both
WHAT IS PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY?
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a talking therapy for
alleviating people’s suffering. People may experience emotions that they
cannot understand or they may find themselves acting in ways that are
detrimental to their wellbeing.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy provides a regular time and confidential
setting in which the therapist and the client work together to address and
understand the reasons for these difficulties. This process can enable
people to gain a greater sense of freedom and autonomy in how they live
A sliding scale is available in cases of
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