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DPsych, CPsychol
Chartered Psychologist
Dr Julian-Pascal Saadi (he/him)


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“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
-Carl Jung

What is Psychological Therapy?

Therapy is first and foremost a specific kind of conversation.
It provides an opportunity to make sense of how you got to this point, and in doing so can help to make sense of what would otherwise feel like a difficult, challenging, and confusing reality.


By helping to "make sense", therapy provides emotional relief by supporting people in the process of learning new ways of being.

Some people seek therapy to address specific problems, and others when life just doesn't feel quite right. It can also be an opportunity for personal development, and is particularly suited to those who are curious about their own minds.  

What does therapy  look like?

This type of work is personal in nature and can take place over a short and structured period of time, or it can be open-ended and exploratory. I specialise in open-ended and exploratory therapy. 


People's needs are different and this is reflected in the shape that therapy takes on. 


Therapy will initially involve a period of assessment so that we can establish what your difficulties are, what I can offer, and whether or not we would be a good fit for each other. 

I offer therapy in person (Forest Gate), online and over the telephone.

I work with individuals, couples and multi-partnered people 

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