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Diana Radeva

Diana Radeva

Psychotherapist

Qualification: Fully accredited accredited with the ACP (membership no. 4429) & ICP

Location: Online

Face To Face

Face to Face

Video

Online

Phone

Phone

Approaches:

Psychodynamic Therapy , Solution-Focused Brief Therapy



type of services:

Working with:

Individual Session, Children & Adolescents, Family

Age From:

5



About me:

Approaches: Psychodynamic Therapy, Psychoanalytic Therapy, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Works with: Children (from birth onwards) and Adolescents, Young adults, Families
Individual sessions, Family sessions

Qualifications: MPsych Psych in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (Tavistock Centre), PG Cert in Psychoanalytic Observational Studies (Tavistock Centre), MA Clinical and Counselling Psychology (Sofia University),BA Psychology (Sofia University).

Diana is a fully accredited member of ICP (Irish Council for Psychotherapy), IFCAPP (Irish Forum for Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy), ACP (Association of Child Psychotherapists)

Diana has over 15 years of extensive work experience with children, adolescents and families in a variety of contexts including working with adults and families, affected by trauma; children and adolescents in primary and secondary school setting and specialist CAMHS team in the UK. This allows her to work with a wide range of children, adolescents, young adults and families: from those experiencing the stresses and strains of modern living to those whose sufferings are longer-term and more complex.

Diana’s method of work is psychodynamic which includes not only an in depth understanding of the continuity, complexity and in some cases psycho-somatic roots of the presented problem but an ability to fully engage with the client (adult or child) and experience and work with deep vulnerability, aggression and emotional pain; remaining fully open-minded and emphatic in the process of trying to find better ways together. The relationship that develops between therapist and client in that context enables internal change leading to new and healthier ways of relating to other significant people in the client’s life, as well
as developing their individuality, potential and satisfaction with life.

Some of the most common difficulties that Diana has met in her work included:

Pre-school children (from birth onwards): difficulties within mother-infant relationship,
eating, sleeping, and toileting, separation and developmental difficulties.
School-age children: social difficulties, difficult behaviours such as defiance and
aggression, ADHD, ASD, learning and attention problems, emotional problems such as anxiety
and fears, family breakdown issues and relationships at home and at school.

Adolescents and young people (up to 25): trauma, anxieties, worries, depression, low self-
esteem, peer and family relationships problems, gender identity problems.

Research has shown that improvements of child psychodynamic psychotherapy are long-term. Adults who have invested in this work as children continue to feel its impact throughout life.

Diana undertakes brief therapeutic consultations, short and long term psychodynamic psychotherapy and parental support sessions. In addition she is a visiting lecturer at University College Cork. Diana continues her research activities in
psychotherapy research.


languages:

English


specialities:

Anger

Anxiety

Communication Issues

Depression

Educational

Internal Family Systems

LGBT

Self-Esteem

Trauma