Jane Haberlin is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who has been accredited with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy since 1996. She works as both a clinician with individuals, couples, and families, and as a clinical supervisor. Jane began her career in therapeutic communities, providing residential care and treatment to adolescents. Subsequently, she worked intensively at the Arbours Crisis Centre, an internationally renowned facility providing an alternative to in-patient hospital treatment for adults who have experienced acute emotional distress and mental illness. From there, she worked for a decade as a psychotherapist at the Women’s Therapy Centre in London. She was also the Staff Consultant at T.U.L.I.P., a mental health outreach service from 1999-2002, and worked as the Clinical Supervisor at Barnardo’s Young Women’s Service in Islington from 2002-2005.
As an experienced Executive Coach, Jane has worked with CEOs, CFOs, Partners, and Board members in the banking, insurance, and legal sectors. She has a particular interest in coaching women to transition into senior roles and to overcome unconscious internal conflicts which impede their progress. Jane is passionate about supporting women to feel easier with professional success and visibility. Jane has also been instructed as an expert witness in civil proceedings in relation to historic childhood sexual abuse by clergy. She holds membership in the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and became a founder member of The Relational School in London. Formerly, she sat on the Training and Standards Board of the Psychoanalytic Section of the UKCP. She has presented many papers at national and international conferences, and has taught and facilitated many clinical workshops. Recently, she contributed a chapter for Relational Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Counselling, published by Routledge.
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