Editorial Panel


Ben Scanlan: Ben is trained in both integrative and existential phenomenological psychotherapy, having studied at Regent’s University London. He works as a psychotherapist and coach in Harley Street, London Bridge and Canada Water and is one of the co-editors of Contemporary Psychotherapy.


Beth Glanville: Beth is a UKCP reg. psychotherapist/counsellor and EMDR practitioner, specialising in psychological trauma, and is co-editor of Contemporary Psychotherapy. She currently works as a psychotherapist at Transport for London’s Occupational Health Department, and also has a private practice in Surrey. When not working she enjoys snowboarding, playing netball, and reading.

Clare Harland: 
Clare is an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist working in private practice in London, and is registered with the BACP. Her background is in research and consultancy with charities and funders, and she is also a trustee of MumsAid, a maternal mental health charity in Greenwich.


Helen Allman: Helen is an integrative relational therapist, who trained at the Minster Centre. She has a therapy practice in London. Helen’s first career was in news journalism, which included working for the Associated Press and Channel Four News. She enjoys yoga and spending time outdoors.


Lynda Woodroffe: Lynda is a retired integrative psychotherapist who used to work in North-West London. She is also a keen gardener and dancer.



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