Samantha Lindup Reeve

Samantha Lindup Reeve

Registered Member MBACP

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Therapist - Barnet

Barnet EN5
Sessions from £80.00


  • Flexible hours available
  • Concessionary rates


I am currently taking clients in-person and online.

Individuals £80 per session

Couples £140 per session

Family £140 per session

Concessions (occasionally i am able to offer concessions during the daytime).

About me and my therapy practice

I have more than twenty years professional experience working with a wide variety of clients in a confidential and therapeutic environment. 

I have trained at The Institute of Psychosynthesis and continue to train at The Society of Analytical Psychology. I am a registered Member with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). 

My consulting rooms are based in Whetstone/Totteridge Barnet, EN5 and Highgate, N6.

I offer affordable and confidential individual & couple counselling in a comfortable and professional environment. Transport links are good. I also offer Online and Telephone Counselling. 

Through the therapeutic approach you will be encouraged to talk openly about what troubles you, and together we will work to bring about understanding and healing.  

Some of the issues I work with include anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues, trauma & PTSD, codependency, self-harm, loss, life-crises, transpersonal issues.

Individuals £80 per session.

Couples £140 per session.

Family £140 per session.

Concessions (occasionally i am able to offer concessions during the daytime).

Practice description

About me

A Psychosynthesis Counsellor and Psychotherapist, and member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP), I have an established practice in both Highgate (N6) and Whetstone&Totteridge in Barnet (EN5) where I offer affordable and confidential counselling for both individuals and couples in a comfortable and professional environment. Meeting once or twice weekly for open-ended, or time-limited therapy. I offer in-person and online meetings.

Training & Qualifications

My initial psychotherapy training has been with The Institute of Psychosynthesis London. I have also subsequently studied with The Society of Analytical Psychology (SAP) London.

PG Dip Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy (Middx University & The Institute of Psychosynthesis) 2011

PG Dip Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Middx University & The Institute of Psychosynthesis) 2003

MBACP: MEMBER of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).

What to Expect

Within a confidential and peaceful therapeutic environment you are encouraged to talk openly and honestly. Through our ongoing and regular meetings we will together work towards resolution and healing, helping you to gain a deeper understanding and kindness to the self that will help you to discover the potential to bring about much desired change and direction.

Some of the issues I work with include anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues, trauma & PTSD.

My first session

About Psychosynthesis

Psychosynthesis is a psychology of hope, with its eye not only on history, but also on a purposeful future giving individuals the capacity to reorient their lives in the direction of meaning and values. Psychosynthesis therapy helps you to gain a deeper understanding of your past and present, and helps you to know yourself more as you learn to trust your own feelings and thoughts. The therapy works at the level of both the personality and the soul, enabling you to find ways to work creatively with wounds and dysfunctions that have arisen during your life.

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About Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

This is the term that Jung gave to his particular form of psychotherapy. Fundamental to Jung’s view of the psyche was that the mind and the unconscious could largely be trusted, and that it was all the time attempting to assist the individual; in this way he saw the psyche as self-regulating. Jung thought that even problematic symptoms, such as anxiety or depression, could be potentially helpful in drawing the individual’s attention to an imbalance in the psyche, for eg. if someone becomes depressed perhaps the way they are living their life means that they are not following a path that is natural and true to their particular personality. He understood this as being due to the purposive nature of the psyche. Jung also thought that the way that we see ourselves (our ego) is limited and that modern man has become cut off from his true, instinctual nature. He thought that we need to listen to ourselves and to come to discover who we really are and what we really feel. He came to believe that we need to be guided by what he called the self, which is an unconscious sense of the personality as a whole.

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What I can help with

Abuse, ADD / ADHD, Anger management, Anxiety, Autism spectrum, Bereavement, Child related issues, Depression, Development coaching, Health related issues, Infertility, Life coaching, Loss, Menopause, Mood disorder, Personal development, Post-traumatic stress, Pregnancy related issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Service veterans, Sex-related issues, Spirituality, Stress, Trauma, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Brief therapy, Creative therapy, Existential, Humanistic, Jungian, Person centred, Psychoanalytic, Psychodynamic, Psychosynthesis, Relational, Transpersonal

Clients I work with

Adults, Couples, Families, Older adults, Trainees, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Online therapy, Short-term face-to-face work, Telephone therapy, Time-limited