Kate Satrettin

Kate Satrettin (BSc Hons, MSc Applied Psych, MBACP) is a qualified psychodynamic counsellor who works with adults, to the BACP’s Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy and Professional Conduct Procedures. 

Kate has a degree and a master’s degree in psychology and prior to training as a counsellor, worked for The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) helping to produce a large range of mental health guidelines.

Kate’s aim is to provide an empathic, safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment to make sense of, and work through, the issues that brought you to therapy. Her theoretical approach is based on the psychodynamic model, with a specific focus on relational dynamics, object relations, and attachment styles. Kate believes that through a therapeutic relationship we all have the potential to increase self-awareness and create change in our lives.

Kate has supported clients through a diverse range of issues, including low mood, anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties, illness, loss and bereavement, cultural and sexual identity, difficulties in expressing emotions, suicidal thoughts and trauma.  Particular areas of interest are antenatal and postnatal mental health in women, the psychological effects of fertility issues and IVF treatment, and the effects of spiritual abuse and coercive control within religious organisations.

To book a session with Kate please email contact@rightmind.co.uk in the first instance.

Individual counselling sessions with Kate are held at RightMind Therapy & Training, 16 Wealden Place, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 3QQ.

Appointments last for 50 minutes and Kate’s fee is £50 per session.