Drs Gaby Glassman

Contact details
Gaby Glassman
Pinner, United Kingdom
Sessions available
Online
Suitable for
Young people
Adults
About

After having obtained my Master’s degree in Psychology at Amsterdam University, I worked for several years in the Psychiatric Department of the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, now called the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, a London teaching hospital. As the department dealt with complex cases referred from all over the UK, it gave me the necessary competence and experience to set up subsequently in private practice which suited my family circumstances at the time. I have now been in private practice for 35 years. Even prior to the pandemic I was also offering e-counselling and psychotherapy via Skype and Zoom to people who lived too far away to come and see me in person in my consulting room. At the start of the pandemic I switched to seeing all my clients virtually.
My special interest is the transgenerational effects of trauma, particularly in relation to the Holocaust. I have facilitated second generation groups for adult children of Holocaust survivors and refugees from Nazi-persecution in London for over >30 years and have also worked with groups of child survivors and of second and third generation in Berlin and Prague.

Qualifications
BACP Counsellor/Psychotherapist (Sen. Accred) Qualification of Psychologist & Psychotherapist, recognised by the Dutch Ministry of Health
Expertise
Anger Management, Anger Counselling, Anxiety, Bullying, Cancer and Illness, Carer Support, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, Dissociation, Divorce and Separation, Eating Challenges, Eating Disorders, Family Dynamics, Grief and Loss, Postnatal Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Relationship Counselling, Relationship Issues, Self-Worth, Sexual Abuse, Sexuality, Spirituality, Stress, Suicidal Thoughts, Trauma, Work Stress and Burnout
Publications

Glassman, Gaby, ‘Survivor Mothers and their Daughters: The Hidden Legacy of the Holocaust’. In: ‘Different Horrors/Same Hell: Gender and the Holocaust: Perspectives and Interpretations’, Myrna Goldenberg & Amy Shapiro (eds), University of Washington Press, 2013, pp. 218 – 238;
Glassman, Gaby, The unspoken dread: The hidden legacy of the second generation’ in ‘Beyond Camps and Forced Labour – Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution’, Johannes-Dieter Steinert & Inge Weber-Newth (eds), Secoloverlag, Osnabrück, 2008, pp.722 – 730;
Glassman, Gaby, The Impact Of Intergenerational Protection On The Second Generation’s Other Relationships, in ‘’Beyond Camps and Forced Labour – Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution’-, Johannes-Dieter Steinert & Inge Weber-Newth (eds), Secoloverlag, Osnabrück, 2005, pp.491-497; and
Glassman, Gaby, “Irene Bloomfield’s Work on Intergenerational Communication within Families Affected by Nazi Persecution”. In Group Analysis, The Journal of Group Analytic Psychotherapy, volume 36, No. 1, March 2003, pp 111 – 130;

Member associations
BACP, British Psychological Society
Session options

Even prior to the pandemic I was also offering e-counselling and psychotherapy via Skype and Zoom to people who lived too far away to come and see me in person in my consulting room. At the start of the pandemic I switched to seeing all my clients virtually.

Fee range: £90 negotiable

Wheelchair accessible
Parking available
Opening hours
Monday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Friday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed
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