Dr Adam Lorenzen
Addictions, Adjustment, Anxiety, Low-Mood/Depression, Trauma
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Existential Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centred Therapy
About Dr Adam Lorenzen
As a practicing Counselling Psychologist, I offer an accepting and understanding relationship and work hard to help people understand and overcome different challenges. I work with clients with both short-term and long-term difficulties which can have a negative impact mental health and wellbeing. I recognise that there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy and instead provide a more tailor-made approach to psychological counselling informed by goals for therapy and the working relationship.
In our meetings, we can discuss current mental health concerns, how they might have developed, and consider what can be done to achieve change. In my clinical practice, I also recognise that goals might change in sessional work and appreciate the need for flexibility where appropriate.
I have worked with clients from different backgrounds from all over the world and have an awareness of current events impacting mental health. I have worked with and supported individuals experiencing difficulties such as addiction, adjustment, anxiety (general, health, social), low-mood and depression, obsessive and compulsive behaviours, personality-related difficulties, post-traumatic stress, relationship difficulties, self-harm and suicidal ideation, and have worked with clients in primary care, third sector, and higher education settings.
Training, Qualifications & Experience
I received my Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (DPsych) in 2019. Prior to training as a Counselling Psychologist, I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology (BA) from the University of San Francisco and my master’s degree in philosophy (MSc).
HCPC & BPS