Jo-Anne Graham


  1. How I work
    We all have times in our lives when seemingly overwhelming difficulties like depression, anxiety or stress. Sometimes it feels like we're struggling in a relationship and don't know why. At times like this it can be beneficial to enlist the help of a trained professional, who will listen and try to understand without judgement. I can provide a space where we can work together to help you understand your particular situation, looking at things that happened in your past that influence how you manage things in the present. Understanding these things can help you manage your life more effectively now and in the future. We can meet for either a set number of sessions (6 to 12) or for as long as required (open ended), each session lasting 50 minutes at the same time each week.
  2. Qualifications
    Advanced Diploma in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (BACP/BPC) Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Systemic Theory (Tavistock) MA (merit) Psychological Therapies with Children, Young People and Families (Tavistock) Extra trainings: Certificate in Time Limited Psychodynamic Counselling Certificate in CBT Skills Certificate in Mindfulness Special interests in: Neuroscience, trauma and attachment Autistic Spectrum Disorder I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and registered by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) whose Code of Ethics and complaints procedures I adhere to.
  3. Experience
    I have over 15 years of experience offering counselling and psychotherapy in a variety of settings. These include private practice and working for two Southampton based charities offering individual counselling. I have worked as a school counsellor, as part of the family therapy team for NHS CAMHS (Southampton) and as an honorary psychotherapist on the Learning Disability and Autism team at Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (London). I also currently work with a youth counselling charity in Winchester.