Sarah Anteney

TA Therapist
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Sessions: £55 for 50 minutes

Hi, I’m Sarah.  

I am a therapist because I know that talking therapy works! I know the healing and transforming power of therapy, both as a client and a therapist. The experience of being accepted, listened to and truly understood, was so powerful for me as a client. Weirdly, someone accepting me as I was, allowed me to be open to the possibility of change!

I believe in the power of the Human Spirit and our capacity to survive, thrive and develop.  I also know that sometimes this feels like a massive challenge, if not an impossibility! I believe this is where therapy can offer hope, support and a route to wellness. 

I am a warm and open person, who is interested to know you, and work with whatever you bring. I want to understand your world, told your way, at your pace. I offer a confidential safe space, where your voice will be truly heard. I will offer you commitment, compassion and sometimes challenge. 

As a TA therapist I can bring some ways to think together about how you have developed your life story, including your inner-self and your ways of relating to others, if this interests you. We can use some TA models to explore your behaviours, thinking styles and feeling patterns.

If you are thinking about therapy, give me a ring or drop me an email to arrange a free 20 min Zoom consultation.

I look forward to meeting you, honouring your story and supporting you to work out and move towards where or who you want to be. 


I have completed four years of training in TA Psychotherapy and hold a Post Graduate Diploma in TA Practice. I am a registered member of the United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysts (UKATA) and the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.(BACP) I am continuing on to qualify as a Certified Transactional Analyst. 


I have extensive experience of working with young people and adults, particularly in an Educational setting.  I have supported people with Depression, Anxiety, Early Life Relational Trauma, Life-limiting Illness, Loss including Bereavement, Stress, Crippling Self-doubt and Intrusive Thoughts, Relationship Breakdown and Conflict within the family group. I take my Continued Professional Development seriously, undertaking regular courses and training.