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Cydney is a certified and registered psychotherapist. Her practice encourages an embodied experience: using psycho-education, mindfulness and a creative psychodynamic approach. 

Cydney nurtures social and emotional well-being so individuals can fulfill their potential, broaden their capacity and be more at ease within themselves. 


Her therapeutic practice is underpinned by a passion for creativity and her experience in performing arts. Cydney is also a Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation teacher, this reinforces an overall holistic approach that is her practice's bedrock. 


Cydney tailors her approach to her client's needs; this allows her to work as a balanced, friendly, and professional therapist. Whether that be supporting a personal healing journey of self-discovery, or working collaboratively to hold space and care for group dynamics. 


Cydney brings experience of working with a diverse client group from both private practice and ongoing work within Addiction and Co-dependency recovery and support wellbeing within the entertainment industry.



Firstly, we will have a chat over the phone, for you see if I am the therapist for you.

It is a opportunity to discuss what has brought you to therapy and ask me any questions you may have. I will also ask you some questions to understand how we could work best together. This phone call will last about 30minutes and is free of charge.

If you feel that you would like to work together, my fee is £70 (available concession for those on Universal Credit and Students) per 60-minute, 1-1 session. 

I offer zoom and in-person appointments at an office 3 minute walk from Peckham Rye station, appointments are subject to availability.  

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Certified and registered: Cydney has an MA in Drama and Movement Therapy. She is registered with The British Association of Dramatherapists. And is recognised and committed to practicing by Health Care Professionals Council standards to ensure her ethical practice.

Embodied experience: a felt / tangible experience of your feelings. Often we limit our understanding of our feelings to what we tell ourselves about the context (why/how the feeling came to be), this can be very heady. When we practice  experiencing our feelings in our body (an embodied experience) we can connect to the present tangible/ felt experience. The practice of discerning between thought and feeling, allows us to listen to what we need and respond compassionately. 

Psychotherapist: a trained professional who supports an individual's exploration and understanding of their psychological processing, such as their behaviours, thoughts and feelings.

Dramatherapist: is recognised by HCPC under arts therapies, dramatherapy is an approach to therapy that utilises, creative outlets; from working with images to exploring drama exercisers such as improvisation and re-enactment.

Psychoeducation: a transparent and direct approach to therapy that supports one’s psychological exploration with relevant psychological theory so they can acknowledge patterns and work within a theoretical framework.

Psychodynamic: applying a variety of different therapeutic models and theories to support an individual exploration of how their early life experience may inform their present experience.

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