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Tim Synge

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Organization: Private Practice

Website: http://timsynge.com

Private Practice(s)

Tim Synge | Camden Town London NW1 - London

Hello there and a warm welcome!

Offering a profound psycho-spiritual approach, to help alleviate suffering, that is Core Process Psychotherapy, my clinical work stands on a background of over 25 years committed study and practice of the Tibetan Buddhist teachings.

I work in different ways depending on each person using imagination, felt sense, thoughts, feelings and a deeper spiritual sense of being.  Holding a diploma in art psychotherapy, I sometimes suggest using art media or other creative modes in order to help express and process what is being experienced.

As a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, my psychotherapy practice stands on a firm foundation of body-based experience and I am specifically trained in trauma work.

My commitment to what I do rests in helping clients come to know and experience their own natural state of wellbeing and to be present with them during this journey.  This extends to a sacred undertaking to continue to deepen and learn what it means to meet another person in one’s own joy and suffering and to continually work on my own ability to be present at greater depths and subtler places.

Please see my website to find out more about my approach and feel free to make contact directly by phone or email, without obligation, if you would like to know more about me, or to answer any questions you may have about psychotherapy.  From here we can arrange an initial free consultation, an opportunity for us to meet and explore the kind of help you might be seeking, and get to work with what's most important for you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Tim Synge,   MA,  RCST,  UKCP.

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