'people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.'
Dr Soren Petter
CPsychol, CSci, EuroPsy, AFBPsS, BSc, MA, Post-MA-Dip, DipExPsych, DipReAttach, UKCP, HCPC
Dr Petter is the founder of Psychwise Associates. He is a Consultant Psychologist with 20 years of experience in the National Health Service, Private Health Care Sector and Organisational Stress Management, with international experience having worked in the United Kingdom, Germany, USA and Africa. He offers therapy in both English and German.
With a strong academic background, he is also a former faculty member, and now visiting lecturer and doctoral examiner to a variety of UK Universities. He lectures on matters of psychopathology and sexual problems, and supervises and publishes research on relevant clinical matters. Most publications focus on the reduction of shame and powerlessness in people and organisations, while promoting salutogenic (health-creating) human factors.
His special clinical focus is the prevention and management of individual presentations of stress, distress and compulsive patterns by decreasing shame, guilt and powerlessness, and increasing functional multi-sensory processing and affect regulation, to help people feel wholesome and coherent within themselves.
Dr REBECCA Lowe
CPsychol, BA, DipPsych, CertArt, DCounsPsy, HPCP, MBABCP
Dr Rebecca Lowe is a Chartered Psychologist based in Private Practice and a specialist NHS clinic in London. She also supervises and lectures in psychological treatment approaches on professional training programmes.
Dr Lowe was initially trained in psychology and the arts and the therapeutic application of the arts before specialising in psychology and psychological therapy. In her clinical practice, she creatively and compassionately delivers treatments tailored to individual circumstances and goals. She offers Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, Cognitive-Behavoural Therapy and Compassion-Focussed therapy for a wide range of problems including anxiety, stress, depression, PTSD and trauma, relationship difficulties, life adjustment, low self-esteem and sexual problems.
Dr Lowe enjoys helping to facilitate change and to alleviate distress through therapeutic integration, empowerment and creativity.
Dr Lowe has a special interest in integrating therapeutic approaches, neuropsychology and the mind-body connection in psychological, emotional and relational health.
Ms Sarah Zetler
BSocSc(Hons), MAPsych (Clin) CPsychol SoE (BPS), AFBPsS, HPCP, IPT
Sarah Zetler is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience of treating adults with emotional difficulties. She has worked in both in-patient and out-patient hospital settings, in community organisations and in private practice. Sarah has a strong interest in how the mind and the body function together and affect each other. This interest has been supported and developed through her work in the NHS, where she leads a specialist mental health service that treats people who are struggling with both mental health and physical health problems. Sarah has many years experience of working with issues relating to sex and sexuality, including people who may be engaging in compulsive behaviour often in the context of drug/alcohol use.
Sarah is well versed in providing both long-term therapy and brief interventions where the focus may be on stabilisation or returning to a high level of functioning following a difficult life event. Sarah is research active and publishes in peer reviewed journals and has contributed to national guidelines. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a member of the Division of Clinical Psychology and is registered as a Practitioner Psychologists with the Health and Care Professions Council. Sarah’s therapeutic approach is integrative and she is proficient in applying theories that relate to both the field of psychotherapy and clinical psychology.