Dr Angelina Veiga

Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist

Adult Psychotherapist

What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is a treatment that offers a space for a person to think about themselves and the world they live in.  It invites curiosity and interest into the person's inner world through paying close attention to the person’s feelings, emotions and thoughts.  It is non-directive and provides a creative space in which to address difficulties that have previously felt insurmountable.

Psychotherapy occurs at least weekly, for 50 minutes and is a long- term commitment.  Most people come for not less than a year, and some like to come for longer.  

About Dr Angelina Veiga

Dr Angelina Veiga is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist (MACP), Adult Psychotherapist (reg. UKCP) and Disability Psychotherapist (MIPD).  She trained at The Tavistock Centre, who awarded her a doctorate.  She has worked in CAMHS and in schools as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, and in several specialist trauma organisations as an Adult Psychotherapist. Her approach is psychoanalytically and developmentally informed.                                                                                

Angelina has a special interest in complex trauma, gender, disability and early childhood development.   She works in private practice in London seeing children, adolescents and adults.  She also works in a specialist NHS service seeing children, young people and their families.


Contact us to discuss. 

A sliding scale exists for low income.

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West Hill House Highgate Consulting Rooms, 6 Swains Lane, London, N6 6QS

E-mail: angelinaveiga@gmail.com