Couple Therapy for Depression Training Team

Kate Thompson

Joint Head of Clinical Services and Head of Couple Therapy for Depression, Projects and Business Development
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Meet Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson
Joint Head of Clinical Services and Head of Couple Therapy for Depression, Projects and Business Development

Training

Couple Therapy for Depression Practitioner Training and Supervisor Training

Biography

Formerly an executive producer in the factual department at the BBC, Kate Thompson is a couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist, faculty staff member and clinical lecturer at the Tavistock Relationships (TR). Formerly Head of Strategic Development at TR, Kate is now moving into a Head of Clinical Services role, with specific remit in development of the service and clinical responsibility across TR’s many projects. Alongside Head of Clinical Services, Kate is continuing her role as the Project Head for Couple Therapy for Depression Training of NHS practitioners nationally and clinical lead on Behavioural Couples Therapy for Alcohol Dependence. During her time on staff at TR, Kate has formerly also worked in TR’s mentalization-based therapy service, Parents in Dispute, TR’s specialist adoption service, and supervised TR’s violence project in Harrow and Parents as Partners, a group intervention for couples. Kate is registered with BPC and BACP and is a member of TR’s Alumni body. She runs CPDs in psychoanalytic psychotherapy for couples, aiming to include a wide audience, trained in different modalities and writes and reviews for a variety of publications. She co-edited ‘Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic Work with Families’, alongside Chris Clulow and Andrew Balfour, published by Routledge, 2018.
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