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DR KATHRYN KISSELL

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DR KATHRYN KISSELL

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I’m a chartered counselling psychologist who is passionate about enabling growth and transformation within individuals, groups and organisations.

Here you’ll find information about the services I offer and you can read my blog, The Differentiated Life.

Therapy: Dive into the Deep

COVID-19 Update
Face to Face Therapy sessions have now restarted at both the Surbiton Practice and Harley Street Practice. Skype/Zoom sessions will continue to be offered. 
A 2m distance can be maintained between client and therapist during sessions and additional protocol is in place in line with Government recommendations at this time. 

You may be looking to find a way through a challenging period in your life, struggling to cope with a mental health difficulty or feeling stuck in unsatisfactory relationships.

Therapy offers an invitation to dive into the deep. Together with a skilled therapist you have the opportunity to explore below the surface of everyday living. In a confidential space I will support you to share, explore, understand and bring about change.

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Coaching: Take the Next Step

Are you are working in a challenging context and wish to enhance your resilience? Required to lead organisational change but needing to address resistance? Or seeking support to develop your management and/or leadership skills?

Coaching empowers you to take the next step. I will help you raise your awareness, support you to make positive changes and provide you with techniques and strategies to achieve your specific goals. My distinctive approach offers significant insights into the often unacknowledged under-the-surface emotional and relational dimensions that powerfully influence your leadership style and the functioning of your organisation.

Coaching

Workshops: Get Beneath the Surface

Are you in leadership and wanting to understand why your plans & intentions seem so readily frustrated or go awry? Perhaps it’s a stalled desire to establish a better work-life balance, an inability to shift entrenched workplace conflict or a blockage as you try to bring about organisational change and development.

My workshops offer an opportunity to get beneath the surface. Working interactively you will gain insight into the impact of your personal drivers of identity, connection and reactivity. Exploring the interaction between these drivers and the dynamics of the relational systems you inhabit will offer a fresh perspective. This will create new ways of approaching previously intransigent challenges.

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Blog: The Differentiated Life

The Differentiated Life refers to the psychological concept of differentiation. Differentiation encapsulates the patterns of personal functioning and relational behaviour we display when placed under pressure. It is a foundational element of the self-in-system approach that underlies my clinical work, coaching sessions and workshops.

My blog offers bite-sized nuggets of differentiation-based insight that you can apply to your life and work. It includes thoughts to prompt self-reflection, updates on relevant research and resources to develop personal skills.

Blog

During a final therapy session with a client we were reflecting over the work we had done together. He told me that he had either thought the sessions would be a total waste of time, or that I’d “fix” him completely. “Now,” he mused, “I realise that it was never going to be either. It’s been about embarking on a journey from which I’ll never be the same again.”

I look forward to joining with you on your journey of growth and transformation.

Dr Kathryn Kissell | Counselling Psychologist Harley Street London

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