Jonathan joined Kenilworth Clinic as a counsellor in 2008 where he gained experience in family therapy and group therapy. He furthermore ran the adolescent addiction group and the Dialectical Behaviour Therapy group. In 2012 Jonathan started his own private practice which focuses on family and adolescent counselling as well as providing DBT skills training for both adolescents, adults as well patients diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. He currently facilitates DBT groups at Akeso adolescent clinic and runs the Aftercare programme as well as co-facilitates the Parent Support Group as well as the STEP UP Skill Group. Jonathan is currently studying towards completing his Masters degree.
Mark de la Rey
Mark, a clinical psychologist, is a consultant to Glenbrook Practice. He sees adults and adolescents for in-depth individual and group psychotherapy. The approaches he uses aim for lasting psychological and personal growth. This can only be achieved through an open and honest process of self-reflection and practical skills. Mark believes that an approach which includes Dialectical behavioural therapy, Mindfulness and challenges, best serves this growth.
Mark’s areas of interest are adolescents and their challenges, self-harm, substance use, social media and general adjustment to developing into an adult. He has significant experience in trauma, PTSD, borderline personality disorder, depression and anxiety. For the past 3 years, Mark has headed up the Adolescent inpatient program at Akeso Kenilworth Clinic. Specialising in problems faced by adolescents and young people from the ages of 12 to 18.
Mark has also worked in private practice as a Clinical Psychologist with Adolescent behavioural problems as well as Marriage and Relationship therapy. His areas of interest are Substance withdrawal, abuse and dependence, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD), Bipolar Depression, Suicide, and Anxiety disorders. B.Soc.Sci (Hons) Psychology (Rhodes), M.A. Clinical Psychology (P.U.K.)