I am an experienced psychotherapist trained in the Jungian tradition and working in Oxford. I have a long interest in trauma and how to develop resilience in recovering from it. I am also profoundly aware of the climate, environmental and biodiversity crises facing us and how psychotherapeutic methods can be in service to these issues.

Judith Anderson

I completed my training in Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy in 1995 and am UKCP registered and a member of the West Midlands Institute for Psychotherapy. I have worked as a psychotherapist for 25 years, following a mental health background as a Consultant Psychiatrist.

I am interested in the way that our inner and outer social and political worlds relate. I chaired Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility for some years and I have a particular interest in the psychological aspects of Climate Change. I am Chair of the Climate Psychology Alliance and played a major role in bringing to birth its present website. I have worked with other organisations such as Royal College of Psychiatrists in this area.

I have completed an MA in Psychoanalytical Studies on the subject of Forgiveness and published writing on this subject.

Although I prefer face-to-face work, I have experience of working via various forms of video link, even before the Covid pandemic made this the norm, so I am open to supporting the work you need to recover your resilience by what means we have available.