All shell images copyright Harold Feinstein and reproduced with permission Angela Massucco

I am a UKCP-registered attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and emotionally focused couples therapist. I lead Individual and Couples Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) Development at The Bowlby Centre and co-present Hold Me Tight: Conversations for Connection workshops.

I have an advanced diploma in couples and psychosexual therapy and am a registered art therapist. I am a member of the Forum for Independent Psychotherapists (FiP) and a registered Supervisor. I work in Central Cambridge, the City of London and
London Bridge.

I offer a confidential and caring place in which to talk about personal and professional difficulties in either short or long term psychotherapy with individuals, couples and young people.

I use the AEDP model and techniques in my practice, and believe they play a vital part in the therapy relationship, alongside sensitive understanding, respect and creativity, to create the deepest potential for healing and transformative change.

Continuing professional development - courses

Introduction to Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

Poetry In Motion: Dyadic regulation of emotion and transformation of self

The Bowlby Centre

10 am - 4.30 pm, Saturday 16 November 2019
A one day workshop at Bowlby Centre, Islington London

With: Angela Massucco UKCP BAAT, Attachment based Couples and Individual Psychotherapist, AEDP Therapist, Art Therapist, London,

and Dr Heather Gretton, psychologist and AEDP Therapist,
British Columbia, Canada.

Cost: £ 150

For further details or to discuss the event please contact Angela Massucco or see a summary on the Bowlby Centre CPD page.

To book your place, please download the leaflet and application form (pdf) and send to The Bowlby Centre with your payment, or you can book online.

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