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counselling + psychotherapy practice

COUNSELLORS/PSYCHOTHERAPISTS

We are all qualified counsellors and psychotherapists, and registered members of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (MBACP) and abide by its Ethical Framework.

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Clare Harland

Clare provides individual support for adults to help them navigate uncertainties and upheavals in their lives, reflect on emotions, behaviours and relational patterns that may be causing them difficulty, and explore ways forward. She has experience working with issues including bereavement and loss, major life changes, anxiety, depression and relationship problems.

Her training is integrative, so she draws on a variety of approaches, including person-centred, psychodynamic and attachment-based therapies, and tailors her response to each client’s individual needs. Her priority is to create a safe, supportive environment where people feel accepted and listened to with warmth and respect, and where challenging thoughts and feelings can be unpacked. This process may include exploring together how experiences and patterns from the past are affecting a client's life in the present, while also maintaining a focus on current concerns. 

In addition to private practice, Clare has worked as a volunteer counsellor for a GP practice, Home-Start Westminster (a charity that supports families with young children), and a low-cost therapy service. She is also on the editorial panel for the e-journal, Contemporary Psychotherapy

Training and qualifications

Clare trained at The Minster Centre, London, a leading Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling training institute:

  • Foundation Certificate

  • Diploma in Integrative Counselling (BACP accredited; validated by Middlesex University)

She is also in the final stages of a Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy at The Minster Centre (accredited by Middlesex University). She originally studied history and holds a BA (Hons) and MSc from the University of Oxford.

Hyunho

Hyunho Khang

Hyunho has experience counselling a diverse range of clients experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger issues, confidence issues, loss, relationship difficulties, issues at work, addiction, eating issues, abuse, trauma and autism. He has a particular interest in working with clients affected by narcissism, whether through relatives, partners, colleagues or culture. He also has an interest in working with clients with somatic problems including pain, chronic fatigue, ME, irritable-bowel-syndrome and fibromyalgia.

In addition to his private practice, Hyunho is Lead Counsellor at Newport Mind and has previously coordinated a counselling service for the NHS. He is a trainer and assessor on MA and Foundation psychotherapy/counselling training programmes. He also runs training workshops on narcissism and working with the body. He has previously worked on the editorial panel for the e-journal Contemporary Psychotherapy.

Hyunho first began working with vulnerable people in 2003 at a homeless shelter and a young people’s centre. Prior to his psychotherapy career, he held management positions in arts education and theatre, he has also been a Trustee and Board member of an international theatre company and an arts festival. Hyunho is a graduate of Common Purpose, an international leadership programme.

Training and qualifications

  • MA and Adv Dip in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling — The Minster Centre (validated by Middlesex University)

  • Diploma in Integrative Counselling—The Minster Centre (BACP accredited; validated by Middlesex University)

  • Certificate in Counselling Skills—WPF Therapy (validated by the University of Roehampton)

  • OCN NVQ Level 3—Sane mental health training (endorsed by the Royal College of Psychiatrists)

  • UKCP and BACP accredited

Hyunho has attended further training with BPA, YoungMinds and Shape Arts Disability. Hyunho pursues ongoing training, learning, and personal growth as part of his commitment to the challenge and enjoyment of working with the complexities of the human psyche.

Simon

Simon Rudd

Simon is an attachment-informed integrative psychotherapist whose interests include working with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, loss and cultural adjustment for London’s diverse student and adult population, often following developmental or complex trauma, or after changes in life circumstances. 

Alongside private practice, Simon works as a student counsellor for a leading university counselling service; as well as delivering consultation and training workshops for the higher education sector. His interests include working cross culturally and integrating creative expressive practices, such as meditative and artistic traditions, in a safe, relational therapeutic relationship.

Training and qualifications

Simon trained with Clare and Hyunho at The Minster Centre, the leading Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling training institute in Europe.

  • Foundation Certificate

  • Diploma in Integrative Counselling (BACP accredited; validated by Middlesex University)

  • MA/Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling at The Minster Centre (validated by Middlesex University)

  • UKCP accredited.

Photography: Esther Khang, Thomas Yeowart + Amin Musa.