Dr Graham Music

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist

Graham Music has undertaken extensive trainings as both an adult and a child and adolescent psychotherapist. He works primarily with children and adolescents in the Portman clinic and adults elsewhere.  At the Tavistock he teaches and supervises on the child psychotherapy and other psychological therapy courses. He also leads on training in child development, neuroscience and attachment theory, and has a particular interest in linking cutting-edge developmental findings with therapeutic practice. His current clinical work in the NHS is primarily with issues of post-malttreatment, trauma and forensic work at The Portman Clinic.

He has also worked as a psychotherapist in private practice for over 20 years, and also in a variety of voluntary and statutory sector settings, including Open Door, a psychotherapy service for young people in North London, GP Practices including Stamford Hill Group Practice, and for NHS Child mental health services in Enfield and also in Camden, Rednridge and Waltham Forest. He had developed many community based services for children and young people, for example in over 35 schools in Camden and East London and setting up Hear and Now, a counselling service for young people in Redbridge working in community locations as part of the local NHS Mental Health Trust. Until recently he was Associate Clinical Director in the Tavistock’s  Child and Family Department .

He also lectures widely and teaches on a range of other courses and psychotherapy trainings in Britain and abroad, for example in Bologna, Istanbul and for the last 9 years, in Palermo.

Email: GMusic@tavi-port.ac.uk

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