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Our Team

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In order for us to select the member of our psychotherapy team best placed to respond, it would be helpful if you could fill out our pre-consultation form.

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Harrinder Singh Dhillon, MSc, M.InstGA, M.GASi, UKCP Registered, is a Group Analyst and Psychotherapist offering individual and group therapy at the Fitzrovia Group Analytic Practice.

Harrinder originally trained as an individual psychodynamic therapist at Regent’s College and then completed a certificate in working with couples and families at the Institute of Family Therapy. He is a Training Group Analyst with the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) and a Clinical Supervisor of individual and group work. He currently is a Clinical Supervisor on the Reflective Practice in Organisations Diploma and a Personal Tutor on the Supervision Diploma both at the IGA.

He has a background of working in the third sector for a number of years both managing and clinically leading substance misuse services. He is currently a Principal Psychotherapist within the NHS at two London NHS Foundation Mental Health Trusts working with secondary care populations.

UKCP Reg: 2011165251


Sara Scott is a UKCP and BCP registered psychotherapist at the Fitzrovia Group Analytic Practice working with individuals, couples and groups.


She manages the historical childhood abuse service as part of the Trauma Unit at the Tavistock Clinic. In a previous role at the Women's Therapy Centre she worked as a senior manager and ran groups for refugees, young women and women who experienced severe trauma as children.


Sara’s first training was at Goldsmiths College where she trained as an Art Therapist. She qualified as a Group Analyst at the institute of Group Analysis and has been a tutor on the qualifying course as well as running seminars. She is a Training Group Analyst.


She trained as an Individual Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic as well as taking courses in organisational consultancy there. She supervises both groups and individual work.


ICO REG NO: ZA388482

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Sarah Tucker, BA Hons, MSc, M.Phil., M.InstGA, M.GASi, M.BACP, UKCP Registered, is a Group Analyst and Psychotherapist offering therapy in groups and individually at the Fitzrovia Group Analytic Practice.


She is a Training Group Analyst for the Institute of Group Analysis and Supervisor for the Group Analytic Network London and at Freedom from Torture. Having published several papers, Sarah continues to write as well as teach.


Previously Sarah was National Director of Training at the Institute of Group Analysis where she developed the National Diversity Working Group: Power, Privilege and Positioning. With a deep commitment to social justice, she has worked as a psychotherapist for many years with refugees and asylum seekers at the trauma service at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and at Freedom from Torture. Sarah has also worked at Intercultural Counselling and Psychotherapy, Tavistock Relationships and HMP Grendon.


ICO REG NO: ZA384800

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Peter Wilson has worked as a psychotherapist for over twenty years and is UKCP registered. During this time he has specialised in various areas of work including, forensic psychotherapy, therapeutic communities for acute psychiatric patients, adolescence, children & families, eating disorders and personality disorder.


Peter was Director of Training for the Institute of Group Analysis for ten years, during which time his succesful innovations strengthened, developed and diversified both the training and membership of the IGA.


A highly experienced teacher, trainer and supervisor, Peter has taught on courses across the UK as well as overseas. Most recently he co-convened the Diploma of Supervision in Moscow. He has published several papers in the UK and the USA and in translation.

Peter currently works primarily in private practice where he offers specialised groups for young adults aged 20-30 years. He also continues to provide clinical supervision to management and multi-disciplinary teams in the national health service.

ICO REG NO: A8316221


Alan Larney is a group analyst and clinical psychologist at the Fitzrovia Group Analytic Practice, working with individuals and groups. 

He completed his clinical psychology training in South Africa and went on to work with adolescents in a substance misuse service. He emigrated to London in 1999, working in the NHS, initially with adults in acute psychiatric settings, and then for twelve years as the Lead Psychologist in an adolescent inpatient service. During this time, he completed his Group Analytic training at the IGA in London, graduating in 2012. 

Following his work with adolescents, he took up the post of Psychology Lead in a high security women’s prison, running a project for persistently violent offenders. He currently runs a complex trauma service within a London NHS psychotherapy department and works in private practice with adolescents, adults and specialises in complex trauma.

He is actively involved with the training of group analysts in London, having held the roles of Year Group Coordinator on the Qualifying Course at the IGA, core teaching staff member and Clinical Placement Supervisor. 

Alan is registered by the British Psychological Society, the Health Professions Council, and the Institute of Group Analysis. 


Julia Borossa (MA, MSc, Phd) is a UKCP registered full member of the Institute of Group Analysis and a trustee of the College of Psychoanalysts-UK (CP-UK). She currently works with both individuals and groups at the Fitzrovia Group Analytic Practice and online. She also offers supervision. Julia has worked in the NHS and in third sector organisations, where one particular focus of hers has been on language, migration and belonging and on the question of
where or what is ‘home’.

In addition to her clinical expertise, Julia has an interdisciplinary academic background in comparative literature and in the history and philosophy of science.
She has previously acted as the director of the Centre for Psychoanalysis, Department of Psychology, Middlesex University, where much of her teaching and research has focused on social violence, trauma, mourning and the histories, cultures and politics of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. She is the current editor of Group Analysis: The International Journal of Group Analytic Psychotherapy.
Julia has extensive experience working with people form a wide range of cultural backgrounds and sees a key aspect of the therapeutic relationship as one that enables one in truly becoming one’s self.

UKCP reg: 2011190959

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