John Lincoln PQSW, MSc, MClinSci, UKCP Reg
He is a qualified and registered psychotherapist He completed the Master of Clinical Science in Psychotherapy (MClinSci) and is registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
He has also completed a Master of Science (MSc) in The Psychodynamics of Human Development with the British Association of Psychotherapy and The University of London.
He has experience helping people with a range of difficulties including:
- relationship issues
- past abuse
- sexual issues
- psychosexual therapy, depression
- anger management
- personality disorders
He has worked with people of both genders and across the age span from adolescents to people in later life.
He is a reliable and consistent person with the skills to listen and help you gain an understanding of your difficulties.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
The psychotherapy available is 'psychodynamic' or 'psychoanalytic' psychotherapy.
These two words are often used interchangably by therapists. The 'psyche' is another word of the
mind. The 'dynamic' refers to how the different parts of the mind work together, or against
So a simple way of describing psychodynamic psychotherapy is to say that it is a
type of therapy that works on understanding how the different parts of the mind struggle
against each other and sometimes cause emotional pain and unhappiness.
John also works for The South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust in the Lambeth Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service as a Section Manager and Clinical Specialist. He has a private practice in Brixton (SW London) and in Egerton (Nr Ashford, Kent) .
In private practice he has experience helping adults and young people who are struggling in their relationships with others and who may have suffered with trauma, past abuse, depression, anxiety, OCD, personality difficulties and sexuality.
Training, Qualifications & Experience
Master of Clinical Science in Psychotherapy (MClinSci)
Master of Science (MSc) in the Psychodynamics of Human Development
In the NHS he gained experience of working with troubled teenagers including;
- young offenders
- young people involved in sexually harmful behaviour
- young people using drugs
- young people in care
- young people with moderate to severe mental health problems including deliberate self-harm
He also supervises the clinical work of mental health specialists includin;
- play therapists
- integrated child therapists
- clinical psychologists
- social workers
He can see clients in Brixton, South West London or in Egerton, near Ashford in Kent.
More information about John and the way he works can be found on his website
UKCP Registration: 09160728