Sally Parsloe LLB MSc

Southern Association for Psychotherapy and Counselling

UKCP Accred

I have been working with people in crisis since 1985 as a family and children solicitor, family mediator, workplace mentor and supervisor, and therapeutically since 2012. 

I try to offer a safe space in which difficult things can be thoughtfully explored.

I believe that the person exists before the ‘problem’, that any life experience is unique and requires careful attention. In being heard, people may hear, understand and accept more of themselves and thus be enabled to live more comfortably.

My therapeutic ethos is founded in an integration of humanistic, existential and psychoanalytic modes.

I also offer supervision to psychotherapists and counsellors.


  • Oxford University: Anxiety. 2015
  • Roehampton University: Working therapeutically with victims of Domestic Abuse. 2016
  • Nottingham University: Empathy and Anger in Complex Family Mediation. 2016
  • Research dissertation: The Anxiety of the Therapist. 2015
  • Resolution Journal for Family Solicitors: Integrating modalities in working with family breakdown. 2016
  • Roehampton University: Romance and Murder 2018. Published in ‘Love, Sex and Psychotherapy in the Post Romantic Era’.
  • Cambridge University: Working with Young People: Parental Alienation. 2019.  Also published in European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling
  • European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling 2022: Disability and Psychoanalysis. 
  • Occasional guest Editor and book reviewer for European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling.


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