I am a fully qualified psychotherapist and counsellor, holding an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling and an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy from Regent's College. I am a registered member of the UKCP and the BACP (MBACP).
My background is quite varied, which has equipped me with the creativity and flexibility needed to practice as a psychotherapist, counsellor, and couples counsellor. In my life I have been fortunate enough to have travelled a great deal and have a keen interest in politics and philosophy. I have found these incredibly useful in working with my clients, particularly when trying to make sense of family and relationship issues. I believe that each of us holds the key to our own happiness, but that sometimes we just need someone else to help us find the door.
As listed below, I have several published works, and been consulted by various journalists on a range of topics.
30/05/2023 When Does Talking to Your Ex Count As Cheating? by Izzie Price for Refinery29
04/2023 Debunking Myths About Victorian Sexuality in the Hermeneutic Circular
09/2022 Supporting a Nation Through Collective Grief including Tamara Sears for UKCP
02/06/2022 Are We Going Through A Nostalgia Burnout? by Shivani Dubey for Refinery29
20/05/2022 How films can affect us in big and small ways by Kia-Elise Green in iNews
17/05/2022 How working longer hours takes a toll on your health by Ella Glover in Metro
14/05/2022 What do your phone scrolling habits say about you? by Olivia Devereaux-Evans in MailOnline
17/12/2021: How can I get over a breakup that I brought upon myself? by Annalisa Barbieri in The Guardian
04/08/2020 If COVID-19 Isn't Stressing You Out, YouTube Could Be by Justin Roberti
2015: 'The Empowerment of Suicide' by Tamara Sears in Contemporary Psychotherapy
2010 A Phenomenological Critique of How Sexuality is Understood in Existential Thought by Tamara Sears at Regents College
2009 Closing the Distance on Belonging to a Cause by Tamara Sears in Psychotherapy and Politics International