Andreia Jennings

Existential – Integrative Psychotherapist

I am an Existential-Integrative Psychotherapist. I’ve worked in different mental health settings since 2007 and have been in private practice for 5 years.

My process of self discovery

When studying for my first degree (BA Philosophy) I grew interested in the works of the existential philosophers and writers. I read widely in the existential literature and found the ideas stimulating and relevant to many experiences and situations in life. When I decided to become a psychotherapist I trained at a school specialising in the existential approach. I gained an MA in Existential Psychotherapy; my training was a process of self-discovery and I was able to explore the field further.

I know how painful a bad relationship with food and one’s body image can be

My approach to psychotherapy

As a psychotherapist I draw upon my existential training and on the phenomenological method, which allows my clients and I to gain an understanding of their way of ‘being-in-the-world’. I also draw upon ideas from other disciplines within psychotherapy, and complement my practice with insights from these approaches.

The existential approach is a holistic approach, which takes into consideration all aspects of a person’s life:

  • Physical – our relationship with our body and the physical environment
  • Social – our relationship with the social environment, our interactions, how we relate to others
  • Psychological – the way we are within ourselves, how our personal world feels to us, how we are in connection with our past and our future
  • Spiritual – how we relate to the unknown

The existential approach is a holistic approach which takes into consideration all aspects of a person’s life.

My own experience of emotional eating

My interest in eating disorders arises from my own experience of ‘emotional’ eating. It took me many years of self-exploration to reach a place where I now feel content within my own body and I am able to enjoy food without feeling any shame or guilt.

I know how painful a bad relationship with food and one’s body image can be and I like helping others to get out of this circle of pain. An unsatisfactory / anxious relationship with food, and an unhappy experience of our own bodies, are complex issues, which can be untangled by looking at our whole experience of ‘being-in-the-world’ as a person.


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Following my training, I have attended and continue to attend many other short courses, e.g. working with trauma, abuse, anxiety disorders, substance addiction, eating disorders, depression, psychotic states, postnatal depression, gay & lesbian issues, personality disorders.

  • 2015 Therapeutic work with severely disturbed children – nscience
  • 2015 C.G.Jung’s quest for Aurora Consurgens – The Guild of Pastoral Psychology
  • 2015 Body-mindful presence: practical contemporary applications from integrative body psychotherapy – nscience
  • 2015 Working with personality disorders – Greenwich MIND
  • 2015 Marion Milner – Her work on creativity and its blocks – WPF therapy
  • 2014 Attachment theory & close relationships – nscience
  • 2014 Perversion: a psychoanalytic approach – nscience
  • 2014 The psychodynamics of body dysmorphia – nscience
  • 2014 Living and working with dissociation – PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors)
  • 2013 Thinking about gender and sexual diversity – Greenwich MIND
  • 2013 Reflections on betrayal – The Guild of Pastoral Psychology
  • 2013 Psychosis – TCCR
  • 2013 Unconscious psychological trauma – nscience
  • 2013: Female creativity and the narcissistic wound – C.G. Jung club
  • 2012 Chronic trauma and neglect – Greenwich MIND
  • 2012 Exploring existential conscience in therapeutic practice – Authentica
  • 2012 The intellectual plague of biologism – Inner Circle Seminars
  • 2012 From stress to psychosis: how to prevent people having breakdowns – Human Givens College
  • 2011 Bipolar disorder – Greenwich MIND
  • 2011 Applied suicide intervention skills training – ASIST
  • 2011 Dissociative states and child abuse – WPF therapy
  • 2011 When mummy wants you to die: the role of infanticidal wishes in the genesis of psychosis – WPF therapy
  • 2010 De-mystifying postnatal depression- Greenwich MIND
  • 2010 Hearing voices – Greenwich MIND
  • 2010 PTSD and mental health workshop – Greenwich MIND
  • 2010 The heart of phenomenology – Society for Existential Analysis
  • 2010 Effects of postnatal depression on child development – Greenwich Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services
  • 2009 Domestic violence/forced marriage awareness training – MIND in Tower Hamlets
  • 2009 Existential perspectives on supervision – Society for Existential Analysis
  • 2009 Catharsis in Antiquity- Association of Jungian Analysts
  • 2008 Working with depression – MIND in Tower Hamlets
  • 2007 Family transitions: learning from research and intervention studies- TCCR
  • 2006 Training in Bereavement counselling – Lewisham Bereavement Counselling
  • 2006 Community drug education project: Drug awareness training course
  • 2005-2010 MA Existential psychotherapy & counselling


  • UKCP registered
  • BACP member
  • UPCA (accred)


I work with clients across the UK, and around the world, using Skype, FaceTime & Zoom. There is no need to travel, and you can feel comfortable in your own home. It is free to set up and simple to use, so why not give it a try?

I offer sessions in English and Romanian