Anne Power is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with a particular interest in attachment theory. She has worked as a counsellor in a NHS Mental Health Trust and at Terrence Higgins Trust. Anne is registered with UKCP and BACP. Her interest in attachment theory comes from her individual psychotherapy training at the Bowlby Centre; her interest in systemic therapy comes from her later training with Relate and she now works in private practice with individuals and couples. She is a visiting lecturer at Regents College, has published papers on therapy and supervision and is currently writing a book about therapists’ retirement.
We have previously interviewed Anne Power for our blog.
Past Events with Anne Power
Thinking About Couples: For individual therapists who want to understand couple dynamics
Testimonials for Anne Power’s training
“The day provided masses of information. It was very useful and enjoyable. Extremely well organised and very professional”
“Anne is a very knowledgeable tutor. She has an excellent style and good presenting skills”
“This workshop was a useful bringing together of attachment and systemic theory in relationship work”
“The day was very valuable. There was good learning and good presentations”
Brighton Therapy Partnership has worked with many trainers and speakers in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. To see a full list, visit our speaker page. In addition, we regularly interview speakers for our blog.