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Richard Jenkins, LLB, BA (Oxon), MA, PgDip, FPC, BPC is a psychodynamic psychotherapist working within a Jungian and attachment based framework.
Richard has over a decade’s experience of working as a therapist and has NHS experience as an Honorary Psychotherapist at the Royal London Hospital. He is a member of the Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling and the British Psychoanalytic Council.
Before becoming a psychotherapist Richard studied Law and also holds postgraduate and graduate degrees in Theology. As well as his interest in healing, spirituality and spiritual practice, Richard has a long-standing expertise in policy and social action as an adviser, researcher and writer for government, charities and the private sector. He is an associate of the Tudor Trust and of the Institute of Voluntary Action Research. He holds certifications in mediation and reflective practice.
Richard is a co founder of Southbank Counselling and teaches a course on Jung at the Bowlby Centre for Attachment Based Psychoanalysis, and as a faculty member of WPF Therapy taught courses on contemporary approaches to Diversity, Clinical Practice and Jung.
About my practice
I am co-founder Southbank Counselling and practice in SE1 and SW2. Beginning psychotherapy or deepening your analysis can be a courageous step. I always suggest meeting for some initial sessions to help us learn about what is bringing you to this threshold before deciding together the frequency that is right for you.
I work in person and online with those who are unable to meet in person.