Professional Qualifications: John Renwick.
John is registered with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy as Transactional Analyst. My professional training includes Person Centred, Gestalt & Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. His qualifications include B.A. Integrative Studies, Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA), Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA), Cert.Youth & Community Work, Cert. Counselling.
He teach psychotherapy and counselling theory with skills at Wealden College in E. Sussex where he is the lead TA Clinical Trainer. He has taught psychotherapy by invitation in Holland, Italy, Hungary, & Rumania.
With over 35 years of experience John has integrated the various trainings into a style that helps him to see each person as an individual and clarify what is the best approach for each person at any time. Always the relationship between you and him as the therapist will be under review, most peoples' distress is in some way a result of disrupted relationship(s), therefore the relationship between you will provide invaluable information. As more than one practitioner has identified "The damage is in the relationship, so the healing will be in the relationship". The consistent theme is that each person is to be respected no matter of their race, class, culture or creed.
He has trained in Integrative Supervision, currently seeing practitioners from five different models of practice.
Professional Qualifications: Karen Cesarano
Karen is a United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) & United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA) qualified & registered Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist (CTA) & Supervisor (PTSTA). Additionally Karen is a Certified Integrative Psychotherapist (CIP) & Supervisor (UT-CIIPTS) through The International Integrative Psychotherapy Association (IIPA). She holds a Dottore (Degree) in Clinical Psychology obtained at University of Rome.
Karen is a tutor at The Wealden College, teaching Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy, she teaches Integrative Psychotherapy at the ' Logos' training Institute in Italy.
During her more than twenty years of experience as a practitioner Karen has integrated & personalised her practice of psychotherapy. Central to her philosophy is to regard each individual as unique so therefore each therapeutic journey will be unique and built on mutual agreement. In Karen's way of working central is the concept that relationship is vital to healthy growth so essential in any reparative process. Having spent over 30 years living and working in Italy, heightens Karen's awareness around diversity and cultural issues.
Karen is recognised as a supervisor by both UKATA & IIPA.