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Who are we?

Miles Pulver

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Before becoming a psychotherapist and coach, Miles had a professional and commercial career. He read law at Oxford and became a corporate finance solicitor in a City law firm.


After that he worked for a while as a Government lawyer in Whitehall, before moving in-house as commercial director of a real estate developer. So not only does Miles understand the legal world, he understands Whitehall and the City.


Throughout this time he was transitioning to psychology. At heart, Miles was always more fascinated by our minds, and our internal and relational worlds.


He trained initially in psychodynamic and attachment-oriented psychotherapy (including having a sub-specialism, working with couples at Tavistock Relationships), as well as in modern experiential relational psychotherapy. He subsequently furthered his training and studies with a broad suite of contemporary, proactive, neuro-informed psychotherapy techniques for individuals and couples. You’ll find some of them listed here

To contact Miles or to book a session please email him at: or book via the Appointments page.

Sanja is a Psychotherapist & Coach with more than 25yrs experience. Clients include CEOs, large multinational corporations, lawyers, entrepreneurs, writers & film-makers. Sanja has extensive international experience - having lived in the US, UK & Europe.


Working in high pressure environments can be challenging: especially managing heavy workload, solving complex issues, maintaining complex inter-personal networks, avoiding distractions and maintaining a healthy work/life balance. Anxiety, sleep issues, procrastination, perfectionism, panic and trauma easily set in. We now know the biggest cause of work anxiety is the sense of isolation that senior executives & lawyers often feel (despite the large teams around them). Sanja is an expert in helping clients to recover and thrive in complex, challenging environments – rebalancing to prevent similar issues occurring again.


In 2021 Sanja demonstrated EMDR Psychotherapy in Apple TV’s mental health documentary The Me You Can’t See, produced by Oprah Winfrey & Prince Harry. In a 2023 article on EMDR Psychotherapy, Vogue Magazine described Sanja as ‘World Renowned’.

To contact Sanja or to book a session please email her at: or book via the Appointments page.

Sanja Oakley


Dr Victoria Garland


Victoria is a Doctor of Counselling Psychology and a registered psychotherapist. She developed her passion for working with people in organisations during the five years she worked as a therapist for Transport for London, providing short and long term therapy to employees suffering from PTSD, work-related stress, depression and other psychological health issues. Prior to training as a psychologist, Victoria was a Civil Engineer - so she is very familiar with the pressures of professional life.


She is Deputy Course Leader for the Doctor of Counselling Psychology programme at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling where she trains and supervises psychotherapists. She is also co-founder and a trustee of Cocoon Family Support, a London charity supporting those affected by ante and postnatal depression, and those struggling to deal with difficult emotions before and after birth.

To contact Victoria or to book a session please email her at: or book via the Appointments page.

Jennifer is a Doctor of Counselling Psychology. She is an experienced psychologist with over 13 years of experience as a senior therapist and clinical supervisor in both private and the public sector. She has worked with adults experiencing mild to complex mental health problems and with directors and executives experiencing workplace stress and anxiety.

Jennifer values working collaboratively with her clients and providing a compassionate space that is focused on the specific needs of her clients. She offers therapy in a time-limited, goal orientated approach or over a longer time frame depending on individual needs.

Jennifer draws upon a variety of evidence-based therapeutic models, including, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic, Humanistic Therapy and Mindfulness-based approaches. Jennifer uses EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Re-Processing) a powerful and cutting edge treatment method for trauma and other complex needs. 

Jennifer’s areas of specialty include trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). She also works with depression, identity issues, anxiety, performance issues, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and relationship problems. Her research interest lies in the use of mindfulness as a clinical intervention and the use of EMDR in treating trauma.

To contact Jennifer or to book a session please email her at: or book via the Appointments page.

Dr Jennifer



Dr Etel Behmuaras


Etel is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. In the UK she is registered with the Health Care and Professions Council and as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. Etel has had a passion to work with children since she was 12 years old, herself. Being available for others, providing support, creating even a small difference in someone else’s life, has always made her tremendously happy.


Etel has a specialist practice, working with children (0-12 years old) and their parents on emotional issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, family dynamics, boundaries, terrible 2’s, aggression, sleeping and eating problems. In addition, Etel’s thesis topic focused on the effects of divorce on children.


With the children she sees, Etel undertakes both assessment and ongoing psychotherapy. With their parents, she will consult on their children and offer psychotherapy. In either case, Etel uses a range of different approaches, according to what is most appropriate for the clients at any one time, including systemic, attachment based, play therapy, family therapy & cognitive behavioral therapy. Etel also runs psycho-educational workshops about parenting skills in small groups, various schools and organizations.

To contact Etel please email her via:

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