Anna Dolan Psychology
Anna Dolan Psychology


have been fortunate enough to see first-hand the benefits of therapy and I believe in its ability to turn people's lives around.


Psychology is my second career and has been a pivotal part of my life for the past 20+ years. To have the opportunity to work on a one-to-one basis as well as with couples is a privilege I take very seriously.


Seeking help from a qualified counsellor is not a sign of weakness, but rather the opposite. It shows strength, courage and a willingness to face your issues and deal with them. Whether you are going through a bit of a rough patch or suffer with mental health issues, therapy could be helpful in improving your situation.


I am a qualified psychotherapist with a Clinical Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy from Metanoia Institute and Middlesex University. I am well versed in many different theories and approaches, which allows me to tailor the therapy according to the client’s specific needs.


My training consists of BSc in Psychology, a MSc in Psychology and a BSc in Sociology in addition to the five years clinical training at Metanoia and Middlesex University.


Further university course work includes drug and alcohol addiction, sexology and psychosexual issues, behavioural addiction, neuro-psychology, cognitive neuro-science, forensic psychology and sociology of gender.





The knowledge we hold within the field of Psychology is based on science and empirical research from a constantly developing and evolving academic environment.


There are many different schools of thought within the field. My particular approach as an integrative therapist rests foundationally on a humanistic position and is developed further with ideas from relational psychoanalysis and developmental neuroscience, hence my focus on the relational aspects of therapy as well as a basic position of unconditional positive regard for the client. 

Mental Health Has Never Mattered More


We are living in uncertain times to say the least. The Corona virus plunged the world into a unique situation of unprecedented proportions. This has been followed by economic uncertainty, the war in Ukraine and concerns about the climate. We are under constant pressure to manage global crises as well as personal issues while searching for some level of contentment.   


Psychotherapy offers a safe space to question who we are and be curious as to why. It provides stability, predictability and empathic support without alternative agendas during difficult times.


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