EASE counselling and psychotherapy mental health service team

The team at EASE

Mark Rayner - CEO

Mark has worked as a psychological therapist in primary and secondary sectors of the NHS for 17 years and as a lecturer, supervisor and course leader at Regent’s University London for 14 years.

Chekkie Kauntze - Counselling Psychologist in Training

Chekkie Kauntze is a trainee Counselling Psychologist at EASE Wellbeing. She is working towards a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Existential Psychotherapy at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Lauren Sayers - Lead Researcher

Lauren Sayers is the Lead Researcher and a Trainee Clinician at EASE Wellbeing. She has co-produced research that has been published in the Hermeneutic Circular and the journal for the Society for Existential Analysis.

Josef Kala - Counselling Psychologist in Training

Josef is a trainee clinician at EASE Wellbeing and is currently working towards his qualification in Counselling Psychology.

Adrian Coles - Senior Supervisor

Adrian is the senior supervisor at EASE Wellbeing. He is an experienced counsellor having worked in the NHS, private sector and third sector for 26 years.

Maryam Keshavarz - Lead Clinician

Maryam Keshavarz is a Lead Clinician at EASE Wellbeing. She holds many qualifications and certificates within the field and is currently enrolled on a Doctorate working towards qualifying as a Counselling Psychologist.

Stefan Thackeray - Expert by Experience

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Abigail Turner – Counselling Psychologist in Training

Abigail is a trainee Counselling Psychologist at EASE Wellbeing. She is studying at City, University of London on the Counselling Psychology doctorate course.

Ben Thornhill - Psychotherapist in Training

Ben is a UKCP psychotherapist-in-training at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in London.

Francesca Guardone - Trainee Clinician

Francesca is a trainee clinician at EASE Wellbeing and is currently working towards her qualification in Psychotherapy at the School of Psychotherapy and Clinical Phenomenology (Florence).

 

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