Sam Palmer has almost twenty years professional experience as a counsellor and psychotherapist, including working for a number of years at Guy's NHS hospital and at the private Lacap clinic in the City of London.
After gaining a psychoanalysis Master's degree from London Guildhall University in the 1990's, Sam Palmer went on to complete a full clinical training at the UKCP training organisation The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research (CFAR). He continues to be a member of CFAR, as well as presenting seminars for its public lecture and clinical training programmes.
Sam has been working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist since 2003 and has a broad range of experience with a variety of clinical cases. He has worked in hospital settings, private organisations as well as in private practice, and has experience of working with couples, adolescents and adult clients.
Professional qualifications in Counselling & Psychotherapy
- CP-UK (The College of Psychoanalysts - UK)
- CFAR (Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research)
- MA (Psychoanalysis, London Guildhall University)
I supervise therapists from a variety of modalities and training backgrounds, supporting their clinical work by encouraging creative reflection, exploring transference issues and, where appropriate, giving candid advice regarding concrete clinical challenges. I work with both trainees and the newly qualified, as well as more experienced practitioners.