Julia Worrow



Julia is an integrative psychodynamic psychotherapist focused on providing an empathic and safe environment that allows therapeutic relationships to be developed and maintained.

Accommodating and warm, she has strong interpersonal skills and an instinctive understanding of human behaviours. She is able to build trust and rapport, enabling positive therapeutic experiences for clients, helping them to overcome personal challenges and triggering situations.

Within her work, Julia listens, supports and empowers clients to explore, identify and understand their needs, helping them to achieve positive outcomes. Working integratively, she uses humanistic principles to work in relation to the present and a psychodynamic approach to explore the past and how this may be impacting currently. In addition, Julia applies further modalities, for instance, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), schema and psychoanalytic work, as appropriate, to enable clients to make sense of their world and their interactions within it – each client is an individual and Julia doesn’t believe that one approach suits all.

Focus areas include abuse (emotional, physical and sexual), anxiety, confidence and self-esteem, depression, self-harm, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma.  Julia also has a keen interest in chronic/long term health conditions and unexplained pain that may have roots in physical or emotional trauma.


  • Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body
  • Therapeutic Counselling Diploma (4 years)
  • Association For Psychological Therapies (APT)
  • CBT Accredited Diploma
  • APT
  • Safeguarding For 16+ Adults Accredited
  • Babette Rothschild
  • Revolutionising Trauma Treatment
  • Peter Levine
  • Healing Trauma
  • The Therapy Institute
  • Moving Your Practice Online
  • Institute of Leadership & Management
  • ILM (levels 2 to 5)