Kate Osterloh

Approved Therapists


Languages: English, Polish



I am a fully qualified psychotherapist/counsellor, registered with UKCP.

My professionally accredited four-year training was with the NSPC (Schiller International University, London) where I obtained an MA in Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2003.

Additionally, I completed a two year advanced programme at Regent's College, London, and was awarded an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling (ADEPT).

I have over 18 years experience working in a variety of settings within the public sector, including the NHS, Westminster Bereavement Service, the London Lighthouse, King's College Hospital, and in private practice.

I was employed by a London NHS General Practice for 10 years, where I worked therapeutically with clients who grappled with a wide range of personal problems.


I have a private practice, and undertake long and short term work with individuals. I have also given therapeutic support to many trainee therapists and counsellors over the years.

Areas of psychotherapy and counselling that are of particular interest to me: Life transitions, Anxiety, Loss, Relationship difficulties, Low self-esteem, Self-growth, Spirituality, Searching for meaning in life;




-  Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis: 'Reaching for God: The Existentialist's Faith' (11.2, 2000) and 'Understanding Freedom' (12.1, 2001)


-  Group Analysis, the Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy (2002): 'Kierkegaard and Foulkes: The Advantages of Group Therapy in Treatment of Despair (... A Sickness of the Spirit, of the Self...)'

Email: [email protected]

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