Interpersonal therapy (IPT) is a therapeutic approach that encourages clients to regain control of their mood. Generally short-term (12-16 weeks), IPT has a goal of rapid symptom reduction, concentrating on interpersonal issues and focusing on the way symptoms are related to a person’s relationships.

IPT does not address personality issues and instead centers around tackling identifiable problems in how an individual relates to and interacts with others. While interpersonal therapy is primarily used in treating depression, it has been successfully adopted to treat conditions ranging from substance abuse to eating disorders.

Therapists specialising in Interpersonal

Amanda Copeland

Cognitive analytic psychotherapist

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Chris Molyneux

BACP Senior Accredited Person-Centred Counsellor & Supervisor

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Lorri Craig

Psychologist. Therapist Counsellor

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Dr Clarissa Bartlett

Counselling Psychologist

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Alex Macfarlane

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Jake Yearsley

Integrative counsellor

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Kate McGuire

Trauma and Psychosexual Therapist

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Keren Ghitis

Mindfulness based Psychotherapist Senior Trainee (UKCP)

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Nicola Turner

Psychotherapist, NeurOptimal® neurofeedback trainer

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Peter Hutt

Person Centred Counsellor

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Sarah Frances

Sensorimotor therapist , Core Process ( Mindfulness based ) UKCP accredited trainee; HCPC registered

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Serena Roche

Psychotherapist

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Zoe Boylan

Humanistic Counsellor MBACP

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