Tatiana Prokayeva-Ross is an experienced psychotherapist registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). She works with individuals and couples.
Tatiana was born and grew up in Russia, graduating with distinction from the country’s top university, the Moscow State. She came to the UK over 25 years ago to work at the BBC World Service. Later she became a consultant specialising in cross-cultural and psychological aspects of management.
Tatiana qualified as an Integrative Psychotherapist in 2003 (MSc with Distinction), and now divides her time between private practice and working with organisations as a consultant and executive coach.
Tatiana is bilingual in English and Russian, and she also has some knowledge of German, Italian and French. She is experienced in working with a wide range of issues, including
Tatiana aims to make psychotherapy a positive and empowering experience, helping people find new ways of dealing with difficult feelings and situations, as well as new sources of joy and confidence.
Tatiana is interested in all aspects of behavioural change. She has thought deeply about the reasons why we all cling to habits and attitudes we know are bad for us. She combines latest findings of the neuroscience with practical techniques to help clients make a new way of thinking or acting part of their natural behaviour.
Additionally, Tatiana specialises in working with cross-cultural issues, such as with mixed couples from different ethnic backgrounds, employees keen to progress in a multinational corporation, or tensions caused by relocation from another country.
Business and career issues are a further key part of Tatiana’s therapy work. She has worked as a consultant and coach with a wide range of companies, including major investment banks and technology firms. She is happy to use coaching techniques in a therapy session to help clients think through a work-related problem or prepare for a job interview.
Tatiana's sessions last for 60 minutes for individuals and an 1 hour 20 minutes for couples.