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Neelam Zahid is a BACP accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist, trained in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, and has been practising as a therapist since 2004. As well as offering individual therapy, Neelam has run Mindfulness, Relaxation and anxiety groups.

Neelam has specialist training in Counselling Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse, Bereavement Counselling, Online Counselling, Mindfulness, Phobia and Trauma Treatment (The Rewind Technique), and Group work. Neelam has delivered a number of Cultural Awareness Workshops for trained professionals at the AUCC and BACP conferences, as well as for trainees in various educational institutes.

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Simon Marks is an MA qualified, HCPC registered Dramatherapist, Drug and Alcohol Counsellor and LGBTQ+ group facilitator. He specialises in LGBTQ+ mental and sexual health, addiction and recovery. His work centres towards healing and re-parenting the inner-child, and recovering the authentic self. On Saturday 11th November Simon will be bringing his CPD on Understanding Addiction: Dramatherapy & Recovery - “The Hero’s Journey” to Wimbledon Guild Counselling training. 

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Linda Cundy is an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in private practice. She has run courses on attachment at the Wimbledon Guild for sixteen years, and is lead tutor for the Post Graduate Diploma in Attachment-Based Therapy. She has taught at a number of psychotherapy organisations.We are fortunate to have Linda both chairing and speaking at our Feb 3rd 2018 Conference on Adoption & Attachment. 

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Georgina Hoare is the Head of Talking Therapies at Wimbledon Guild and also has a private practice as a psychodynamic psychotherapist, supervisor and consultant.  She trained at Birkbeck, WPF and the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust and has worked in the NHS, Education and voluntary sectors, primarily with people with complex mental health issues over the last twenty years. 

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On Saturday 28th October Maya Campbell will be running CPD with Wimbledon Guid Counselling Training on Mindfulness In The Therapeutic Relationship

We chatted to Maya about her practise both personal and professional and her hopes for her training day with us. 

About Us

Since 1907, The Wimbledon Guild has provided a range of services to support local people of all ages.

Today our wide-ranging services are available at little or no cost to people who live or work in Merton. We are currently providing more services to more people than at any other time in our history. Many local people experiencing financial, material and emotional hardship are unable to get the support they need anywhere else.

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