Anneke McCabe


I began my career with a degree in Social Psychology at Sussex University, after which I worked in a number of mental health settings, including residential and day-care, and developed my interest and understanding in the origins of mental health problems.

After exploring various types of therapy I was most drawn to the psychoanalytic approach as I feel it is the most compassionate and effective way to help people to overcome deeply entrenched emotional problems.

I trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with the British Association of Psychotherapists, and later as a group analyst at the Turvey Institute of Group Analytic Psychotherapy. 

After qualifying I worked in GP surgeries as a primary care counsellor for some years, then as a psychotherapist in the Crisis Intervention Service at the Royal London Hospital, and later as a consultant psychotherapist in Central & North West London NHS Trust. I have run my private practice, offering individual, group therapy and couples therapy for 20 years. I also offer clinical supervision and team support groups for professionals.

Training and Qualifications

Years in practice: 20+ years

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy – British

Association of Psychotherapists (2000)

Group Analytic Psychotherapy – Turvey Institute

for Group Analytic Psychotherapy (2009)

Seminars in Psychotherapy –

Tavistock Clinic (1989-91)

Professional registration

British Psychoanalytic Council

Professional Membership

British Psychotherapy Foundation (BPF)

Institute of Group Analysis (IGA)

Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists

Additional Credentials

Practitioner in Mentalisation Based Therapy

Training Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

and Clinical Supervisor (BPF/WPF)

Training group analyst and Clinical Supervisor


Anneke McCabe

0208 969 7814