Oxford [Henrietta Batchelor]

I am a Cognitive Analytic Psychotherapist with over 25 years experience of working for the NHS (Consultant Psychotherapist in Women's Health - now retired) and currently  in private practice.  As well as offering psychotherapy, other roles include working as an accredited supervisor, trainer, examiner, and moderator of two CAT Practitioner courses. In my clinical practice  I offer therapy to people presenting with a wide range of mental health difficulties including anxiety and depression, eating problems, difficulties arising from trauma, relationship difficulties, attachment issues, psychosomatic problems  and sexual difficulties. I have experience of working with both individuals and couples. 

Voluntary roles: Trustee of ACAT, Clinical Chair ACAT Ethics Committee, Trustee Charles Letts Memorial Scholarship fund at Newcastle University, founder member of Cherwell Counselling low cost counselling service.

Publications: (with Graham Rutt) The doctor, the patient and the supervisor. Self-directed learning for GPs vol.9,no.4. November 1998.

Meet the reader 'Imagined journeys'. The Reader No.9. 2001

'Battling birth demons' Newcastle Journal 26 September 2012 

'Dare to be aware: CAT and Ethics' in Oxford Handbook of CAT. Oxford OUP.(Forthcoming 2021).
 

Contact details:Email: henrietta.batchelor@gmail.com

Location

Kidlington, Oxford

Working Hours

Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Contact

henrietta.batchelor@gmail.com

 

Petition to NHS England - The Case for Funding Training in the NHS 2021

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