Suicidal Thoughts therapists in London, England ENG, United Kingdom GB

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London, England therapist: Alison Edwards CBT Therapy & Supervision, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Alison Edwards CBT Therapy & Supervision

Psychologist, CBT Therapist, FMBPsS, MA (Hons), MSc, CertCouns, MSc
I first trained in 2004 in understanding suicide and supporting people who are feeling suicidal, and this has been a speciality area for me since then. I completed accredited training in both Applied Suicide Intervention Training and Mental Health First Aid in 2007. I have 9 years experience of working on a helpline for people who are feeling suicidal, and have been a trainer and mentor for a UK charity in training other helpline workers to support people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts. In a previous job I provided training to Trainee CBT Therapists on assessing suicidality and supporting people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts. I have attended CPD events over the years with the BABCP and BPS on suicide awareness, assessing suicide risk, and supporting people who self-harm. I attended the Suicide Prevention World Conference in September 2022, and CPD events with the British Psychological Society on non-suicidal self-harm in November 2022.  
16 Years Experience
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Gemma Autumn, counselor/therapist
Suicidal Thoughts

Gemma Autumn

Counsellor/Therapist, Integrative Adult and Adolescent Counsellor Cert, PgDip, MBACP Accredited
I work with those going through issues related to suicide.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
Milton Keynes, England  therapist: The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy), registered psychotherapist
Suicidal Thoughts

The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy)

Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
I believe that suicide is something that can be tackled seriously and confidently and is a spiritual battle which can be due to how someone manifests in the flesh. I believe everyone is a uniques soul who lives n a body and has a spiritual aspect to their humanity and once the soul qualities can be manifest the person with deal more fully and integrate better in society and within relationships that are often at the heart fo suicidal tendencies. I helped 15 suicidal people in my first year of volunteering and showed my system of care and the keys to open the life are available.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9QD
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Donna Collins, registered psychotherapist
Suicidal Thoughts

Donna Collins

Registered Psychotherapist, BSc (hons), PGDip, SupervisionDip
When spontaneous suicidal ideation happens, it can feel incredibly scary and people can feel overwhelmed and sometimes panic or move into deep depression. I will be the lantern in the darkness for you to find yourself again.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Suicidal Thoughts

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective counselling and therapy to help you overcome suicidal thoughts.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2SP
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
Probably many more people have suicidal thoughts than we generally recognise. For most people, these thoughts are fleeting moments easily dismissed; but for some people, these thoughts become intrusive and the temptation to act upon them increases. My approach is to understand why an individual is experiencing suicidal ideation and to design an individual course of treatment to remove these thoughts.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC1V 2NX
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Janine & ComposurePsychology Team, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Janine & ComposurePsychology Team

Psychologist, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, HCPC & BPS registered, DClinPsy, CSAccred.(AAC), MPhil (cantab)
All of our Clinical Psychologists at ComposurePsychology are highly experienced in helping people understand, manage and overcome thoughts about suicide. While we are not a crisis service (your GP or nearest hospital A & E can help with this) we can help you to manage and overcome unwanted, intrusive thoughts about suicide. We draw from evidence based therapies including; CBT, ACT, CFT, SFT, DBT, EMDR, systemic, narrative, psychodynamic and others.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9PF
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: DR BP Upadhaya, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

DR BP Upadhaya

Psychologist, PhD Clinical Psychology, AD ( HOMEOPATHY,NATUROPATHY,HERBAL MEDICINE,CBT,FAMILY THERAPY,NLP,COACHING
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25 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W 7LT
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr. Bonnie Wims, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Dr. Bonnie Wims

Psychologist, UK Chartered Counseling Psychologist
Life can feel hopeless at times and maybe we turn to suicidal thoughts as a way out. Although thinking about suicide is scary to some, it really is a common complaint. Let's talk about how your thoughts may be exploring suicide and begin to get at the root of your feelings. Validation of this intense feeling is step one in moving toward a more hopeful way of living.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SE15 3BX
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Valerie Fearon, licensed professional counselor
Suicidal Thoughts

Valerie Fearon

Licensed Professional Counsellor, CBT, Mindfulness, Counselling, Inner Child Truma
AS Counsellor working with Suicidal Thoughts. Firstly ask the client "Are you having any thoughts of suicide or self-harm. If yes how long have you had these thoughts when they happen?. Ask how serious do you feel about carrying out these thoughts. Or if you left here right now how what us the likelihood that you would follow through with your thoughts about killing your self. For plan. I would ask. Have you given though to how you would kill/harm yourself. As a Counsellor I would use 0-10 scale to measure how often do they have these thoughts. After I have asked these questions I would have a much better understanding of my clients current level of suicidality. Then I will be able to know if I can work with my client or refer them to their GP or someone else more experience in Suicidal cases.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Dr Paul Garden, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Dr Paul Garden

Psychologist, Doctorate in Psychology, DPsych, MSc with Distinction, BSc First Class Honours.
Suicidal thinking can in itself be a frightening experience. Therapy helps to understand where the thoughts are coming from- how they developed- allowing you to make sense of them, and to take the necessary action to reduce and move on from the associated feelings.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W
Online in London, England