Judy Yellin

Contact Details

Address:
East Finchley, London, N2 8JJ
Email:
Phone:
02088834776
Mobile:

Location

Directions:
My practice is in Trinity Road, East Finchley, London N2. The nearest tube station is East Finchley on the High Barnet/Mill Hill East branch of the Northern Line. My consulting room is either a 15 minute walk from the tube station, or a short bus ride. Both the 263 and 143 buses pass within a 5 minute walk of Trinity Road, by different routes. They can both be caught outside East Finchley tube station.

Fees & Charges

Individuals
When we first meet, I offer a longer initial assessment session of an hour and a quarter, which costs £90. This session gives us time to talk about your reasons for seeking therapy, and for me to get to know something about your background and history, including previous experiences of therapy or counselling. At the initial session we can talk about practicalities, frequency of therapy and we can decide whether we would like to work together. Regular sessions last for 50 minutes and cost £60. We decide together what frequency of sessions would suit you, depending upon your needs. Sessions are usually weekly, but can also be more frequent if you need to work more intensively. I have a limited number of lower cost places at £40 a session for those on low incomes, which are currently taken up. However, it is worth checking back periodically to see whether a lower cost place has become available.
Couples
Sessions last for an hour and a quarter and cost £90.

Access:

Car parking available, Ground Floor Room But No Wheelchair Access.

My clients

Gender & Sexual Minorities Experienced:
Asexual
Bisexual
Cross Dresser/Transvestite
Gay
Heterosexual
Intersex/DSD/VSD
Kink/BDSM (all gender/sexualities)
Lesbian
Questioning
Trans F2M
Trans M2F
Transgender
Unsure
Age ranges:
Adults
Seniors (60+)
Young Adults (16-24)
Relationship Styles:
Closed/Monogamous
Friend and Family members
Open
Polyamorous

About me

   

I work with clients of all sexualities and gender identities. My practice includes a significant proportion of lesbians and gay men, and I also have experience of working with transgendered clients who may be considering or have embarked upon transition. I also work with couples.    

 

I work collaboratively with clients to explore a wide range of emotional and relationship experiences, including depression, anxiety and panic states , obsessional feelings and compulsions and dissociation (feeling numb or unreal). I also work with clients who have a conflicted relationship with food or other substances and discomfort with their body image.

I have specific experience of working with clients who have experienced loss or trauma either in early life or subsequently, and in working with clients who have experienced adult sexual trauma and child sexual abuse. I have particular interests in exploring issues of gender identity, including transgender and intersexuality. I am also experienced in working with young adults (aged 18-25).

My clients come from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and I believe that understanding how culture, race and class as well as individual family history, affect our sense of self and what is possible for us, can be an important part of what psychotherapy has to offer.    

 

Sexual & Gender Identity:
Lesbian - Female

Experience and approach

Specific experience and training:

Between 1994 and 1998 I trained as an Attachment-Based Psychoanlytic Psychotherapist at the Bowlby Centre/Centre for Attachment-Based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CAPP) www.thebowlbycentre.org.uk

I registered with the psychoanalytical and psychodynamic section of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) in 2004.

Since 2002 I have been member of teaching staff on the Bowlby Centre psychoanalytic psychotherapy training, where I am a training therapist and clinical supervisor.

I am a founder member and Executive Committee Member of the Relational School in the UK www.therelationalschool.com and a member of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP) www.iarpp.net


I am a Pink Therapy Advanced Accredited Sexual Minority Therapist

Therapies Practiced:
Psychotherapy, Supervision/Consultation.
Specialisms and interests:
Theoretical approach:
Attachment Theory (Psychodynamic), Feminist therapy, Intercultural/Transcultural, interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Relational.
Ethical Framework:
Constituent of UKCP.

Qualifications

UKCP Annual Membership and Registration Certificate
UK Council for Psychotherapy (Sep 2010)
Advanced Accredited Sexual Minority Therapist
Pink Therapy (Jan 2011)
Accreditations:
UKCP

Issues and problems I can help with:

Addictions/Compulsive behaviours, Adoption Issues, Ageing Issues , Allergies, Anger Management, Anxiety/ Panic Attack, Autistic Spectrum, Bereavement/Grief, Borderline Personality Disorders, Cancer, Childhood Sexual Abuse (Survivors), Co-Dependency, Coming Out Issues, Compulsive Behaviours (Sex, Gambling, Spending, etc), Cross Dressing/ Transvestism, Cultural/Ethnic Issues, Dating And Relationship Skills, Depression, Developmental Disabilities, Dissociative Disorders, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Eating Difficulties/ Anorexia/ Bulimia, Emotional Growth & Development, Gender Identity Concerns, HIV/ AIDS, Homophobic Bullying, Intimacy Issues, Kink/BDSM Identity Concerns, Parenting Issues, Personality Disorders, Phobias, Post Traumatic Stress, Psychosomatic Illness, Rape/ Sexual Assault/ Sexual Trauma, Relationship Issues, Religious Conflicts, Self Esteem/Confidence, Shame/Guilt, Stress Management, Suicidal Behaviour/Ideation, Transgender, Trauma, Workplace Issues.



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