Howard Edmunds is a Group Analyst and registered with the Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis section of the UK Council for Psychotherapy. He is Director and co-founder of Brighton Therapy Centre, a registered charity in central Brighton, offering a wide range of psychological therapies. Prior to this, he worked for six years as a Principal Adult Psychotherapist for Sussex Partnership NHS Trust. Howard has 19 years experience of clinical practice with a special interest in mood disorders, including bi-polar affective disorder, depression and social anxiety. He works according to a professional Code of Ethics and Practice, available on request.
Howard runs three weekly psychoanalytic psychotherapy groups at Brighton Therapy Centre. Two groups meet weekly for 90 minutes on Wednesdays 6.30 pm and Thursdays 5.00pm. There is also a twice weekly group which meets for 90 minutes on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4.20pm. Each group has up to eight members, both men and women, plus the therapist. New group members join from time to time with an average length of stay of one to three years. The groups meet for at least 41 sessions a year. Breaks are given a year in advance and where possible coincide with school holidays.
You can arrange an initial, individual consultation with Howard on 07905 941 944 or email.
1989 BA (hons) Politics and Philosophy. Oxford University.
2002 Post Graduate Diploma in Group- Analytic Psychotherapy
(WPF Counselling and Psychotherapy, London)
2011 Post Graduate Qualification in Supervision. Institute of Group Analysis.
Registered member of Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis section of the UK Council for Psychotherapy
Brighton and Hove