Who We Are

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Janos Verebes-Weisz

Individual and Group Analytic Psychotherapist

Founding director of CPN
I have been trained at the Institute of Group Analysis, London.

For seven years I have been participated in the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder Program building a Medium Secure Forensic Therapeutic Community. I was also working in different outpatient services.

I am working in the NHS and CPN facilitating Group Analytic and Individual Psychotherapy, as well as Staff Support groups and also offering supervision.I have experience working with people of enduring and severe mental health issues in groups.

I am working with frontline public sector workers especially healthcare staff, keeping teams together or with who are experiencing symptoms of burn-out. I have developed a special interest in multi-disciplinary team work with personality disorder.

I’m a tutor of different psychotherapy trainings and a visiting lecturer of the Greenwich University’s postgraduate training.

Prior to trained as a Group Analyst, I enjoyed a career as a nurse and paramedic.





Gabrielle Brown


Gabrielle is a psychodynamic psychotherapist and supervisor. Currently She is the Chair of our Advisory board.

She works at the Portman Clinic, Tavistock and Portman NHS trust; and South London and Maudesly NHS Trust.

Her background is in social work in mental health and criminal justice settings. Until recently she taught on the psychotherapy diploma/MA at WPF. 


David Lee

BA, PGCE, PGDip SW, CQSW, MSc Psychotherapy, MBACP Acc., (UKCP Registered)

David is a psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience working with clients from wide age ranges and cultural backgrounds.He has extensive experience working with adolescents and their families and with families with children under 5. He has a BA in English Literature and further post graduate training in education, social work and psychotherapy.

He has studied with the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations, the Portman Clinic and the Institute of Family Therapy. He works privately, within the voluntary sector and the NHS with individuals, families and couples, integrating psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and systemic approaches. David also offers clinical assessments and brief therapy interventions through several employment schemes in the London area. He also practises adolescent therapy as well as family and couple counselling.

David also has over 10 years of experience as a clinical supervisor.He has designed and taught courses introducing and raising an awareness of therapeutic communication skills to professional groups including teachers and GPs.He is a member of the Institute of Family Therapy, the Association for Family Therapy, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, a registered psychotherapist with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and an affiliate member of the British Psychological Society.


Sally Stamp

Msc. in Group Analysis MA. in Dramatherapy PG Diploma in Counselling

I offer individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy and group psychotherapy .

I am an experienced UKCP registered Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist with over 15 years of working with people in NHS, voluntary sectors and secure settings. I have many years’ experience of working with people suffering from many different problems.

You might need help with depression, anxiety, childhood abuse, bereavement, drug and alcohol abuse. You could feel stuck in your work, or find that you keep getting into negative relationships, or have other long-term troubling issues.  You might have tried a different therapy in the past and found it useful but feel that you need to look more deeply at what is wrong.

I will offer you an initial meeting to see what help you need and how we could work together.  After this we will meet weekly for 50 minutes.  Usually the therapy will last for over a year but, in some cases, it might be for a shorter, fixed period of time.


Julia Borossa

MA, Msc, Phd.

Memb. Institute of Group Analysis, College of Psychoanalysts-UK.

Julia offers individual and group therapy. She has experience in working in the NHS and with third sector organisations, where her particular focus has been on migration and belonging, and the question of where or what is ‘home’.

She has an academic background in literature and the history of ideas and also teaches at the Centre of Psychoanalysis, Department of Psychology, Middlesex University, where her research has focused on social violence, trauma and the histories and politics of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.

She has an extensive experience in working with people from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and sees the key aspect of the therapeutic relationship as one that enables the client to become truly themselves.





Anna Dobossy


I’m a UKCP accredited psychoanalytic psychotherapist, practising in East and North London. I offer individual and couple therapy in English and Hungarian. I’ve been working in the field of mental health for 9 years. I was partly trained in Budapest, Hungary and London.

I acquired a MA degree from interpersonal and multi cultural psychology in Budapest and then a MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies at UCL, London. I have completed my training in family and couple therapy at Hungarian Family Therapy Association, in Hungary. I’m at my final year training with the Arbours Association.


Jordana Ickowicz

I am a UKCP accredited Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in training at The Arbours Association, an organisation borne out of the 1960’s anti psychiatry movement that believes in the importance of seeing the person beneath their symptom and diagnosis. I carry this philosophy close to my heart and into my consulting room where I endeavor not to make assumptions about you but get to know each person’s unique self. I have over a decade of experience working in various capacities in the voluntary, NHS and charity sector supporting vulnerable children and adults. I hold a postgraduate MSc in Developmental Psychoanalytic Psychology from the Anna Freud Centre and one of my main interests lies in the deeply rooted impact of the early parent-infant relationship on our current relationships and the sense we have of ourselves in the world. My knowledge and experience is important to what I am able to offer you but I believe that you have all the knowledge you need to change, you just might need some help in accessing it. 

Betti Simon

Head of Support Services