I am a UKCP Registered Psychoanalytic Therapist, with over 15 years' post qualifying experience working in private practice. I have extensive experience of working with and within mental health and other services, and am happy to work alongside other professionals and within interdisciplinary teams.

I have experience working with people to address issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement and loss, family and relationship problems, work-related stress and depression, career and other life changes (including coping with redundancy and unemployment), phobias, behavoural problems, personal meaning and identity, recovery from physical illness, substance misuse and addiction, separation and divorce, and developmental and protective work.

Regular appointments can be arranged on Mondays or Wednesdays, including limited evening appointments. Appointments are offered in a well-presented comfortable consulting room in Bottisham, just outside Cambridge, with free on-street parking, and easy access by car, bike, and bus).






My UKCP Registration Psychotherapy Training was with The Cambridge Society for Psychotherapy (,uk) and my practice is bound by the UKCP's ethical principles and code of professional conduct (please see the UKCP webiste  for further details), as well as those of my Training Organisation.

I previously studied for MAs in Philosophy (Cambridge) and Psychoanalysis (Middlesex). I have a particular interest in the role of narrative in personal identity (how the stories we tell about ourselves can fix or change the people we are), myth and literature in therapy, and how the21st Century environment impacts on individual experience.

In addition I have considerable experience supporting organisations to improve their work, and the challenges which this presents to frontline staff and managers alike; I continue to offer support for organisational improvement, including ongoing staff support, training, team development and faciliation (for further details please see


ChrisRowlandPsychotherapy, Bottisham, Cambridge.        Telephone: 07981-332253              email: