Catherine Musto M.Ed., PgDip. MBACP
I am a professionally qualified and experienced psychotherapist and counsellor. I work in Central London (EC4) and in South London (Beckenham, BR3).
I trained at WPF Therapy (London) one of the leading academic and clinical institutions in the UK. I am a registered member of:
• BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)
• UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy)
• FPC (Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling)
I adhere to their codes of ethics and strict professional guidelines.
As well as my private practice, I currently work clinically as a psychotherapist within the NHS at a Central London teaching hospital and in a voluntary capacity as a counsellor for Cruse National Bereavement Charity.
Prior to my training in psychotherapy, I worked in education, training and human development in public and private sector organisations in the UK and internationally. I have extensive experience of working with people from different cultures, faiths and backgrounds.
Change and relocation are areas of particular interest to me. Having worked with many people from different parts of the world, as well as my own experiences of living in different countries, I have come to a deeper appreciation of what it means to move on. However, moving on does not always mean a change of location, it can involve a major career change, changes in our work life pattern such as redundancy, major health issues or bereavement. Implicit in all significant change is an inevitable sense of loss. Even when the reasons for change are happy and joyous, there are still things in our lives that we have to let go. Acknowledging and coming to terms with this is an important aspect of healthy adaptation to our new circumstances.