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The Plane Tree Mind & Body Therapies
in Bethnal Green East London

Psychological Therapies

Please contact our psychological practitioners directly to inquire about appointments. Their contact information is available by clicking on their names below will take you to their profiles and the preferred method for contacting them.

Click here for more information about these therapies. Even then it can be especially difficult to decide which is right for you, especially as the relationship you'll develop with your practitioner will often be a long one. The decision may take some time and our therapists, even if they may not be immediately available to speak with you, are there to help you with your choice.

You might also like to have a look at information on the respective professional body websites. Here are the main ones:

BACP- British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
UKCP- United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists
BPS- British Psychological Society


Our Psychological Therapy Practitioners:


Psychological therapies. Our-Therapies-Psychological-Therapies-Martin-Adams

Martin Adams
Psychotherapist, UKCP registered
Counsellor, MBACP (Accred)



Psychological therapies. Our-Therapies-Psychological-Therapies-Alan-Borderville

Alan Borderville
Counsellor
& Psychotherapist, MBACP


Psychological therapies. Our-Therapies-Psychological-Therapies-Anna-Colgan

Anna Colgan
Psychotherapist, UKCP registered



Psychological therapies. MPortrait

Martina Leeven, CPsychol
HCPC Registered / BPS Chartered Psychologist
EMDR Accredited Practitioner


Psychological therapies. HelenMCropped

Helen Mann, DClinPsych
HCPC Registered / BPS Chartered Clinical Psychologist


Psychological therapies. DTFace

David Taylor
Psychotherapist
Hypnotherapist / NLP practitioner
NRH, GHR registered, UKCP registered



Counselling, life coaching, psychotherapy, and psychology: What are the differences?

Understanding the difference between counseling, coaching, psychotherapy and
psychology (Clinical / Counseling Psychology) can be confusing. On the surface, what they do seems the same… talking therapy to help people who are experiencing emotional distress or wish to make life changes. The professions are however distinct in terms of the philosophy that informs them, the type and length of training they require, and the professional bodies who regulate and represent them. The types of difficulties practitioners are qualified to work with may depend on their qualification as well as their clinical experience.

In addition to this, all counsellors, coaches, psychotherapists, or psychologists will also have their own ‘modality’, or theoretical-therapeutic model such as humanistic, cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic, gestalt or others. Practitioners may be qualified to work in one or a number of modalities, or they may integrate modalities.

Generally, it could be said that counselling and coaching has a relatively shorter training pathway, and practitioner psychologists the longest, integrating original research into training. Psychotherapy training can depend on the modality and which professional body the course is linked to. Practitioner psychologists hold a protected title and are government regulated by the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council), while other psychological therapies are not regulated, however follow the ethical codes of practice of their professional bodies. All fully qualified practitioners have a minimum of 450 supervised hours of seeing clients one-to-one before they become fully registered/accredited with their respective professional bodies.



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