Valerie Wendorff Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist at Nightingale Hospital in London

Valerie Wendorff

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist

Professional Qualifications, accreditations and memberships:

I initially qualified as a Clinical Psychologist and then trained as a Psychotherapist through an extensive 4 year training program in Psycho-Organic Analysis. Currently, I am specialising in the psycho-social impact of infertility issues on mental health and couple’s therapy related to infertility.


  • HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist
  • BPS Chartered Psychologist
  • BACP registered Psychotherapist

Professional Statement:

I have been actively involved in the psychology field for the past 12 years. I have worked in different settings (schools, non-profit organisation, private practice, NHS etc…) and I got the opportunity to expand my professional experience as I deal on a daily basis with a wide variety of cases from all ages and different cultural backgrounds (children, adolescents and adults…). Presently, alongside my work at Nightingale Hospital, I hold the position as Supervisor and Training Manager in a private centre specialised in Eating Disorders.

Personal Statement:

I believe that every person is unique, therefore would have unique therapeutic needs. My training in both Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy has allowed me to use a multi-dimensional approach in my practice, I draw from CBT, psychoanalysis, psychodynamic and psycho-organic analysis approaches. Therefore, my intervention would be specifically tailored to your difficulty and need. My goal is to offer you a safe and non-judgemental place where you can explore your desires, express yourself freely, and make the changes you aim for, to overcome your struggles.

Additional information about my research, publications and interests:

As my research in infertility issues is progressing, I am actively involved in awareness around this area of work and therefore was privileged to speak at the 8th World Congress of Psychotherapy in Paris about working with couples facing infertility.

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