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Regent Street Wi
Wednesdays 11 am to 10pm
Fridays 3pm - 10pm

Barnet, North London
Tuesdays 10 am to 9.30 pm.
Thursdays 10am to 9.30 pm

Your consultation will be with German born Margot O'Donoghue Bsc, MA, educated in Essen, Middlesex University and CFAR trained in the Lacanian tradition, often thought of as the deepest and most challenging of psychological schools. Margot has lived in North London for most of her adult life. Her experience includes counselling life prisoners in Holloway Prison as well as assisting victims of Nazi death camps. Her clients today often come from highly pressured positions in the City and the media.

A Quick Guide to Psychotherapy

Barriers of the Mind

Psychotherapy for all

Phobias

CENTRAL LONDON PSYCHOTHERAPY
Linen Hall, Room 618
162-168 Regent Street, W1B 5TG

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A QUICK GUIDE TO PSYCHOTHERAPY

Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud founded the idea that the unconscious mind represses unacceptable thoughts of early childhood. These not only surface in dreams, but can also create conflict, worry, anger and depression as well as phobias, influencing our behaviour.

Lacan, Jung, Adler and Klein
Fundamental Freudian thinking has developed into a variety of branches and notable contributers to psychological theory are Jacques Lacan, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler and Melanie Klein.

Early chilhood experiences
Coming to terms with the fact that our problems stem from earliest childhood experiences, when we are often too young to recollect them, is at the heart of psychoanalysis.

Rejection
I
n every other area of health we expect a doctor to simply tell us what's wrong and what to do about it. However for a psychotherapist to simply tell us we are psychotic or perverted or any other technical term because of events in our earliest years would meet with immediate rejection. The words themselves, taken out of context, are unacceptable to us and in any case it is past events, not vocabulary and the semantics of psychotherapy, that we have to deal with.

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