We have three fully qualified psychotherapists
Rebecca Barrie | Rebecca Eyre | Jessica Sinclair
All Cavendish psychotherapists undertook five years of training at Regent’s College School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology and are fully accredited and registered psychotherapists with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Rebecca Barrie is an experienced psychotherapist / counsellor who works with a wide range of issues and a diverse client base.
Rebecca worked as a psychotherapist for many years at the psychotherapy department of St. Thomas’ Hospital, part of the Maudsley NHS Trust. She has also worked as a psychotherapist at the London Drug Agency and with victims of domestic abuse at The Woman’s Trust. Rebecca has also worked as a therapist for Channel 4, working with reality TV contestants.
Rebecca is a member of the UKCP, which means she follows their code of ethics and is annually assessed. Rebecca has a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling as well as an Advanced Diploma in psychotherapy. Rebecca believes in the importance of continuing her professional development and regularly attends workshops and seminars relevant to modern therapy and counselling. Rebecca is accredited by the AVIVA, PruHealth and Bupa insurance groups.
Rebecca Eyre is a psychotherapist who works with a wide range of issues. She draws mainly on psychodynamic and attachment based principles, adapting to the clients needs. Part of Rebecca’s way of working involves the idea that thinking about past experiences and early childhood relationships can help make sense of current feelings, experiences, relationships and difficulties.
Rebecca obtained her degree in Psychology and Philosophy (BA Hons 2.1) from Warwick University in 1998. She has a Masters in Psychotherapy and an Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy.
She is a member of the British Psychological Society and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Rebecca has worked directly in the field of psychotherapy for many years, working with Mind and the West London Mental Health NHS Trust as well as working in private practice in Harley Street.
Jessica’s training, practice and interest as an integrative therapist is in working with clients to understanding their earliest childhood relationships and how these impact upon their present difficulties. Alongside looking at the past she also looks at present, repeated patterns of thinking and belief that may cause the client to be unable to move forward. She believes in building a strong relationship between the therapist and the client, providing a safe and confidential environment and finding the most appropriate way of working with them as individuals.
Jessica also practices as a couples therapist, working with the couple to help facilitate an understanding of their relationship as well as the needs of each individual within it.
Jessica obtained her first Masters degree from Oxford University in 1998 and has a Masters and an Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy.
To speak to any of our therapists please call or email us.