Martin Fisher

MSc Psychology; MA (Cantab) Law; Postgraduate Diploma in Addiction Psychology & Counselling (2 years). Postgraduate education in Transactional Analysis (1 year); Postgraduate education in Integrative Psychotherapy (1 year); MBACP: Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (Certificate No.084126). MBPsS: Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society (No.312932)

About me and my therapy practice

A graduate of Cambridge University, I was a barrister before re-training in addiction psychology and counselling. My professional orientation is humanistic and I’ve counselled clients struggling with addiction, bereavement, depression and anxiety, including adult survivors of child abuse. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne I have over the years lived in Kent, Sussex, Cambridge, Islington and Camden. I have family connections to Sweden, Turkey, Ireland and Singapore. I completed an MSc in Psychology in 2015 with original research into eating disorders. I am a Registered member of BACP and a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS). (Last updated March 2020).

What I can help with

Issues concerning abuse or neglect (emotional, financial, physical and/or sexual), addiction(s), anxiety, bereavement, Depression, personal or professional development, redundancy, relationships, self-esteem, self-harm, sex (bisexuality, kink, polyamory, sexual identity, sexuality), stress, trauma, work-related issues.

Professional specialisms

Addiction, bi-friendly, kink-friendly, poly-friendly


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