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Introduction


I provide a safe, reliable, confidential environment where anything and everything can be aired and explored with me. Nothing is taboo.

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Introduction


I provide a safe, reliable, confidential environment where anything and everything can be aired and explored with me. Nothing is taboo.

Seeing a psychotherapist is a brave and positive step


Feeling stuck, experiencing persistently low mood, struggling with relationships, facing a specific crisis such as a loss or bereavement: these are things we may all face at some point in our lives. Sometimes it can seem as if there is no-one to turn to. Seeing a psychotherapist is a brave and positive step. 

Counselling and psychotherapy do not provide magic answers but can help you to understand yourself and identify the issues confronting you so that you can recognise you have choices and move forward confidently.

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Psychotherapy


Psychotherapy


What is psychotherapy

With its roots in two Greek words meaning soul and attendant, psychotherapy attends to your desires, needs, hopes and fears as a unique individual. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is not just about raking up the past or revisiting old traumas; by freeing us from old patterns it can help us live more enjoyably in the present. More specifically, psychotherapy can help with such problems as:


  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Loss of direction
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Feeling isolated
  • Family conflict
  • Work-related problems including bullying and stress
  • Difficulties with authority
  • Anger management
  • Loss and bereavement
  • Issues of identity, culture and sexuality
  • Low self-esteem
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Shame
  • Anger
  • Eating disorders and body image issues

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About Me


About Me


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I am a qualified psychodynamic psychotherapist, having trained in London at WPF Therapy, one of the leading academic and clinical institutions for psychotherapy in the UK. I also hold a certificate in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). 

I work with adult individuals on both an open-ended and a time-limited basis. My approach is to treat each person as a unique individual, not just the symptom.  Alongside my private practice I work as an honorary psychotherapist in the public sector.

I offer therapy in English and Mandarin Chinese. I am a registered member of BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council), UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy), BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and FPC (Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling).  


Ching Ling helped me over an extended period following a number of personal crises, bereavement and relationship problems. Her sympathetic approach meant that I always felt supported, was free to discuss the really important issues and through our sessions I was able to continue my career and to manage the future. There is no doubt that her support and understanding has allowed me to feel confident and happy again…
— I.S.
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How can I help?


How can I help?


Intial Consultation

The starting point is an initial consultation. This is where we can discuss your particular needs and experiences.

I will follow up the initial session with recommendations on the most suitable next steps and together we can decide on the appropriate course of therapy.


Therapy Sessions

Every session runs for 50 minutes at the same weekly time.

Therapy offered in English and Mandarin Chinese.

Session fee / £90. Some concessionary places are available.


Contact

Start our conversation through the contact box below or e-mail.

Email / contact@clchiang.co.uk

Phone / 07966 929 474

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Location


Location


12 Harley Street

Marylebone

London

W1G 9PG

 

89 Fleet Street

London

EC4Y 1DH