Psychotherapy is a general term for treating emotional issues by talking.

Through talking with a psychotherapist you learn about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps you develop tools for taking control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.


Rosalind Field MSc UKCP

Rosalind Field trained at The Minster Centre in London and has had a private practice in Brighton since 1987. Rosalind also has an MSc in social work and has had many years’ experience working with children and families in Family Therapy and Family Mediation. She taught on the MSc course in Counselling Psychology at The University of Sussex.  Following this Rosalind trained as a Psychoanalytic Parent Infant Psychotherapist at the Anna Freud Centre in London where she now teaches on the PPIP section of the Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice MSc which is run in collaboration with UCL. 

Rosalind is also a qualified and experienced Psychotherapy Supervisor.

As an Integrative psychotherapist Rosalind recognises the emotional, physical, social and spiritual experience of each client. By integrating concepts and models from humanistic, systemic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy she works according to the needs of each individual. Rosalind works with a Relational stance. She explores the relationship between herself and her client which enables them together to create new meaning and understanding of the client’s relationships both outside the room in the present, as well as in past formative ones.

Sessions are 50 minutes in length and can be arranged on a short term focused basis (ten sessions) or longer term open ended (typically 1- 4 years).

For more details and fee information, please call Rosalind Field on 01273 401161, or visit

Psychotherapist Rosalind Field

Psychotherapist Rosalind Field

Parent Infant Psychotherapy (PIP)

Parent Infant Psychotherapy (PIP) Rosalind Field offers PIP to families when all is not well in terms of how mother, father or the couple feel during pregnancy or after the baby is born.  The focus is on the relationship between parent and baby and acknowledges the need to understand and make sense of the impact that the baby has on the parent and visa versa. Typically, the baby is from 0-9 months at the start of the therapy.

PIP is suitable for mothers and fathers who are:

  • Finding pregnancy or parenthood hard to cope with
  • Experiencing difficult feelings that have been stirred up by becoming a parent
  • Worried about their relationship with their baby
  • Concerned about their baby’s development
  • An adoptive parent who would like support in developing their relationship with their new baby

For more details and fee information, please call Rosalind Field on 01273 401161, or visit  

Dr Adrian Hemmings MA DPhil C.Psychol. AFBPsS UKCP

Adrian did a four-year Psychotherapy training at the Minster Centre in London and has worked in private practice for 20 years.  He is also a Chartered psychologist and senior practitioner on the British Psychological Society (BPS) Register of Psychologists Specialising in Psychotherapy. For 10 years he carried out psychotherapy research at the University of Sussex and has published internationally.  He is the editor of the Psychotherapy Quarterly Review published by BPS.

Adrian developed an MSc course in Counselling Psychology at the University of Sussex and was course director for two years. He now works in the NHS as a psychologist and psychotherapist in a local PCT where he is Professional Head of Psychology.  Adrian is also director of a local charity that offers therapy to people who have problematic alcohol and other substance misuse.

In his private practice he works short and long term and integrates Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.  Adrian also runs training courses in a variety of subjects and offers clinical and academic/research supervision.

For more details and fee information, please call Adrian Hemmings on 01273 401161, or visit

Psychotherapist Adrian Hemmings

Psychotherapist Adrian Hemmings