Bathma Thailan Registered Accredited UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) Member, Psychosynthesis Psychotherapist and Therapeutic Counsellor. She has over 30 years working experience as a senior clinician and team manager in the NHS - general, primary care and mental health services. Psychological processes have underpinned her practice throughout her career in nursing, counseling and psychotherapy.
Bathma is currently in full-time private psychotherapy practice. She is inspired by the challenges and gains of relationships and in the integration of body, mind and feelings.
She offers short and long term therapy to meet individual needs. Bathma uses psychosynthesis modality and an integrative approach drawn from working in different psychological fields and presentations.
Bathma speaks Tamil to an Elementary proficiency.
"Growing in the mud at the bottom of a pond, the lotus flower raises itself above the water and reveals its beauty. It thus stands for the soul rising from the confusion of matter into the clarity of enlightenment", symbolic representation by Fontana (1997).