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Suzanne Gray - Registered Psychotherapist

Suzanne Gray
Registered Psychotherapist

  • 12 George Lane The Shrubberies, South Woodford, London, E18 1BD Show Map
  • Multiple times available +
    • Mon
    • Tue
    • Wed
    • Thu
    • Fri
  • Individual £50
  • 27% of enquirers became verified clients

What to Expect

Try one session, to see if you feel comfortable with Suzanne, and decide if therapy may help you.

Psychodynamic Therapy

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) suggests psychodynamic therapy for Depression.

Psychodynamic therapy focuses on the unconscious causes of the problems you encounter. It facilitates you in becoming conscious of aspects of your internal dynamics. Psychodynamic therapy seeks to increase your self-comprehension to give you choices.


Psychotherapy focuses on you, and you gaining insight into the difficulties you face. It considers your ideas, feelings and significant events in your life. Psychotherapy aims to help you change or find suitable ways of managing.


  • Abuse
  • Anger
  • Bereavement
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Relationship Problems
  • Self Esteem

Thoughts on Mental Health

In many ways, the pressures that face students at university are no different from those that face any young adult. As children you fantasise about what you are capable of; in young adulthood, living your own life, following your desires and exploring your limits become a real possibility. Yet, the struggle to actualise yourself as an adult can, in fact, be overwhelming. While university is sometimes viewed as an environment that will offer wonderful privileges and freedoms, for many students all this is overridden by internal pressures to deliver academically, socially, and developmentally as fully-functioning, independent and happy adults. Such pressures to deliver can lead to feelings of isolation, shame, guilt, denial or loss of control.
Read More: #UniMentalHealthDay: RSCPP therapists' advice for students on managing mental health at university
Perhaps more than any other loss, the death of a friend impacts on us differently depending on where we have got to in our own lives. For children, the death of a friend can sometimes be overwhelming, and it is hard for a child to know how to respond to such a loss. For young adults, the death may be the first, shocking confrontation with the possibility of your own death, and with the uncertainties and unfairness of life. Later in life, the death of a friend may signal the dwindling away of those who knew you as you were, and with whom you share memories and experiences. Whatever point in your life you are at, whether it comes as a first loss or the latest of many, the death of a friend brings you face to face with your own feelings about loss and mortality. These feelings can be difficult to look at or give voice to, and yet it represents one of your most important emotional tasks.
Read More: Exploring different causes of bereavement


UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Registered Psychotherapist
Graduate Diploma
Counselling - Psychodynamic
WPF Therapy with Enfield Counselling Service (UK)

Suzanne Gray abides by the Code of Ethics of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

Location Detail

My Consulting Address is in easy reach of

South Woodford, Snaresbrook, Waltham Forest, Woodford, Wanstead, Woodford Green, Redbridge, Woodford Bridge, Leytonstone, Highams Park, Walthamstow, Aldersbrook, Barkingside, Buckhurst Hill, Manor Park, Leyton, Chigwell, Chingford, Ilford, Forest Gate

Nearest Train Stations

  • Wood Street (1.3 miles)
  • Highams Park (1.6 miles)
  • Walthamstow Central (2 miles)
  • St James St Walthamstow (2 miles)
  • Leytonstone High Road (2.1 miles)
  • Leyton Midland Road (2.2 miles)
  • Walthamstow Queens Road (2.3 miles)
  • Manor Park (2.8 miles)
  • Chingford (2.9 miles)
  • Forest Gate (2.9 miles)

Nearest London Underground Tube Stations

  • South Woodford (0.1 miles)
  • Snaresbrook (0.8 miles)
  • Woodford (1.1 miles)
  • Wanstead (1.2 miles)
  • Redbridge (1.3 miles)

Wheelchair access: No

Consulting Rooms (by appointment) also at

Updated 25 November 2018