Antje Brown, BPC Registrant & BACP Accredited Psychotherapist

Antje Brown, BPC Registrant & BACP Accredited Psychotherapist


I am a registrant with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).  

I am a qualified and experienced psychoanalytic psychotherapist and have trained at the London Centre for Psychotherapy which recently became part of the British Psychotherapy Foundation, registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). I am on a register accredited by the Professional Standards Authority and abide by their code of ethics.

Psychoanalytic psychotherapy training provides one of the most rigorous of all psychotherapy trainings and psychotherapists registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council have undergone one of these intensive trainings. Central to a psychoanalytic training is an emphasis on infant and child development to deepen understanding of the origins of difficulties encountered in later life.


In the course of my career as a psychotherapist I have managed the SPACE mental health charity in Slough, which was funded by the NHS due to the high standard of psychological services provided to its service users. As part of my work for the SPACE charity I set up a specialist domestic abuse assessment and counselling service for East Berkshire & South Bucks Women's aid now The DASH charity.

Because of my interest in destructive intimate relationships I took up a post as psychotherapist for The DASH charity in Slough, where I provided therapy to male and female victims of domestic abuse, clinical supervision and mental health training to staff. 

I now work in private practice in Windsor providing therapy to people experiencing a broad range of psychological problems and personal issues.

Professional Memberships

I am a member of the following professional bodies:

  • British Psychotherapy Foundation
  • Registrant with the British Psychoanalytic Council
  • Registered member British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (MBACP accredited)

Professional Accountability

A key part of being a psychoanalytic psychotherapist is the assurance to clients of ethical and professional practice. For me this includes five main elements to good practice:

  • Working within the BPC and BACP code of ethics
  • Receiving regular supervision for my work with clients
  • Engaging in ongoing continuous professional development 
  • Membership and continuous re-accreditation with professional bodies 
  • Professional liability insurance


Confidentiality is at the heart of the therapeutic relationship and everything discussed in sessions is confidential within the constraints of the law and the BPC and BACP code of ethics.