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Shalom Cousin (Psychotherapist)
BSc (Hons) Integrative Counselling, UKCP accredited, BUPA recognised

Practices in Golders Green and on Harley Street

07971 914 110


During Shalom's years of training for smicha, he gained a wealth of experience in working with members of communities and helping them cope with personal and communal issues. This sparked his initial interest in his present career as a therapist and inspired him to complete a BSc (Hons) degree in Integrative Counselling.

Shalom's primary therapeutic approach is the psychodynamic model. His aim is to help clients bring their unconscious into consciousness, by helping clients experience their past, which leads them to understand their present day-to-day conflicts.

Issues Working With

Through his experiences and his training, He has extensive experience in working with adults suffering from Bipolar affective disorder, depression, and eating disorders. He also has broad experience working with adolescents and bochurim with issues that surround Yeshiva and their relationships.

Training & Experience

In addition to private practices in Harley Street and in Golders Green, Shalom has over ten years of experience supporting members of the wider community through organisations such as Mind, Every Man Project and TASHA Foundation. He trained through Roehampton University, a university notable for its highly professional and academic standards. Graduating with an honours degree, Shalom went on to become accredited by the United Kingdom Counsel for Psychotherapy (UKCP),an organisation which aims to maintain high standards of practice of psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic counselling.

Through his open and engaging personality, Shalom provides his clients a safe and nonjudgmental space to work through presenting concerns. Through a psychodynamic approach, Shalom aims to help clients understand their inner workings by bringing their unconscious processes into consciousness awareness. With that aim, clients deeply understand their present day-to-day conflicts and have the resources to work through any issues. Shalom has extensive experience in working with individuals experiencing the effects of low self image, bereavement, depression, stress, eating disorders, relationship issues and anxiety.

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