Ching Ling Chiang
Ching Ling is a qualified psychodynamic psychotherapist. She holds a BA in Chinese Literature and an MA in Arts Administration. She has extensive experience working in conflict zones. She has been a volunteer counsellor at Victim Support, and worked with minority groups. Ching Ling trained in psychotherapy in London at WPF Therapy. She works with adult individuals on both an open-ended and a time-limited basis. Her approach is to treat each person as a unique individual, not just the symptom. Alongside her private practice she works as an honorary psychotherapist in the public sector. She offers therapy in English and Mandarin. She has a particular interest in issues of identity and trauma.
Sonja Esterhuyse Falck
Sonja – a South African who has long been settled in London – founded Talking Cure and launched it at the Freud Museum in May 2004. She is a psychotherapist registered with the UKCP and senior accredited with the BACP. Sonja followed an honours degree in clinical psychology at the University of Cape Town with an MA in psychoanalysis at Middlesex University and a psychotherapy training at the Philadelphia Association. She has also trained as an executive coach with the Tavistock and she is currently completing her doctorate at Metanoia/Middlesex University. She has worked in mental health in the voluntary and public sectors and has been in private practice since 1996. Sonja is a lecturer in counselling at the University of Hertfordshire and designs and delivers psychology-related courses and workshops in adult education (at City Lit, Covent Garden). She consults with adult individuals, couples, and groups. Her main interest is in improving personal and professional relationships.
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"Sometimes talking is the best medicine"