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Georgia Blume

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Therapies offered

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (long and short term)

.About Georgia 

Georgia works psychodynamically with people who are experiencing depression, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, grief, and also with people who are managing the effects of a recent or historic trauma. Georgia also works with people who find the same things keep happening, such as certain behaviours, recurring thoughts and feelings, disrupted sleep or repeated difficulties in relationships.

The therapeutic process is led by you, but as a trained professional she can help you reflect on the thoughts and feelings which are difficult to make sense of. It is helpful to explore early experiences which are carried forward through life, determining the way you feel about everything. These insights can lead to a more positive sense of self, healthier relationships and a better quality of life.


Georgia has a wide range of experience that covers private practice, agencies and the NHS, where she worked with people suffering from serious mental illness. She began her clinical work at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Hospital in London, completing her Masters in Psychotherapy, and later in the WPF clinic where she finished her training. At Lewisham Hospital she worked with people with diagnosed mental health disorders, running group therapy sessions on the wards. Georgia has worked with Compass Counselling Service in Hampshire for some years, before starting her own private practice.

She works with adults, regardless of age and background, either face to face or remotely on Zoom.

Professional & academic qualifications

  • Clinical Qualification in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – (WPF London)
  • MA in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust)
  • Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy – (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust)

Regular continuous professional development (CPD) includes:

  • Working with autism in counselling and psychotherapy – Brighton Therapy Partnership
  • Seeing Strengths in neurodiversity – Autism Oxford         


  • BACP registered     – British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • UKCP registered     – UK Council for Psychotherapy
  • FPC member           – Foundation for Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • BPC member           – British Psychoanalytic Council