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Anne White
Psychotherapist

Anne White

Anne White joined the Priory in 2007 as a psychotherapist working mostly with young people and their families on an outpatient basis. At that time, she was also working with a community-based Child and Adolescent Mental Health team as well as building her private practice so was able to draw on her experience from different settings.

Over time, Anne has extended her practice now seeing more couples and families but also still offering individual work. Anne was drawn to working systemically as it allows her to offer therapy on a wide range of relational matters that are so integral to the mental health issues her patients experience. Her work with couples, parents and families often include difficulties in relationships stemming from significant life events such as separation and divorce and the effects of these on all those involved. Anne also offers individual therapy to adults and young people on a short-term basis.

Anne is a registered psychotherapist with UKCP.

Training

  • Anne completed her Masters of Science (MSc) degree in Systemic Psychotherapy in 1998 having trained at Kensington Consultation Centre (accreditation, University of Luton). She had already qualified in 1997 with a Post Graduate Diploma in Systemic Psychotherapy also from Kensington Consultation Centre.
  • In 2011 Anne completed a Masters of Arts (MA) degree at the University of Sussex. She also has a Diploma in Brief Solution Focused Therapy from The Brief Therapy Centre London plus a Post Qualifying Award in Supervision and Management, University of Sussex.
  • Anne has the Certificate of Qualification in Social Work and the Diploma in Social Work Birmingham.

Research interests

  • Anne's MSc research focussed on the social construction of adolescence and, drawing particularly on narrative theory, illustrated how language shapes the different stories available to us around this developmental stage.

I always aim to provide a high-quality service to everyone I see and am fortunate enough to bring a wealth of experience from my work at Priory and in other, similar settings. My training and clinical registration with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) is within the College of Family, Couple and Systemic Psychotherapy which allows me to offer therapy not only to individual young people and adults which I do on a short-term basis, but also couple work and family therapy. I enjoy the flexibility this offers me and believe that working not only at an individual level but also at a relationship level best supports those seeking treatment and support. I bring my training, knowledge and experience of working therapeutically with people over many years whilst they bring their unique knowledge of their particular situation and the difficulties they are experiencing now.

Together we can share this and work together to find a way forward.

I like to review and reflect with my clients and patients regularly as a way of guiding the therapy, to help me adjust to their particular needs and to shape the therapy I offer to others.

Here is a quote from a young person I saw over a period of time and is typical of the feedback I have received over the years. Her message was on a card she had made herself.

“I just wanted to thank you for the support you gave me and from which I am now closer to realizing my hopes and dreams.”

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