Specialises in psychotherapy for adults and adolescents – long, short and medium term.
Mrs Kate Moss is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals.
Kate read Humanities at the University of Oxford and worked for Greenpeace before training as a psychotherapist. She received her certificate in the fundamentals of counselling from Regent’s College in 1992 before qualifying as a psychosynthesis counsellor and PG Dip (BACP/PET/UEL) in 2001.
She received her qualification as psychosynthesis psychotherapist and MA (UKCP/PET/UEL) in 2003 and her psychoanalytic psychotherapist (UKCP/CPJA/FIP) qualification in 2005.
She has 25 years’ experience across the NHS, university and voluntary sectors as well as in private practice and is a regular international speaker.
- Professional resilience.
- Disability and visible difference.
- Generational transmission of trauma.
- Skin diseases.
- Institutional dynamics.
Special/ research interests
Mrs Kate moss has special interest in psychoanalysis.
Membership of professional bodies
- UK Council for Psychotherapy.
- Forum for Independent Psychotherapists.
- Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis.
St Thomas’ Hospital.