Bridge PeopleWho we are
Consultant Psychotherapist Executive Director, The Bridge Managing Director, iPsych Limited
Mark has been a psychotherapist for over 20 years. He was trained at Guy’s Hospital in the Medical School, and specialises in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). He taught psychotherapy for twelve years, and is an experienced clinical supervisor across a range of therapeutic models. In 2004, Mark retired from Guy’s at the Consultant level, having managed the outpatient services at Guy’s Hospital’s Munro Centre for over sixteen years.
In addition to leading the Bridge under iPsych, Mark Dunn has worked with the Metropolitan Police and other organisations in Employee Assistance and Executive Support roles.
Mark is married and has two children.
Clinical Psychotherapist Executive Director, iPsych Limited Clinical Director, The Bridge
Sophia Dunn trained as a Clinical Psychotherapist at King’s College London, and together with her postgraduate diploma in Clinical Psychotherapy, holds an MSc in Counselling Psychology from City University. She trained and worked at several major London teaching hospitals, including Guy’s and St. Thomas’s, where her focus was in the treatment of personality disorder. She is trained as a Clinical Psychotherapist and Supervisor in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), and more recently as a Practitioner in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Sophia makes extensive use of existential, cognitive and Buddhist insights in her work with individuals, teens and clinical professionals.
Coaching Qualifications and Experience:
Prior to training as a psychotherapist, Sophia Dunn had fifteen years experience in the corporate world, as a marketing executive in the telecommunications field. She brings this experience to her work as a Coach and Mentor with managers and executives in organisations of all types. A past President of B.A.P.T. (the British Association for Psychological type) She is qualified to administer the MBTI®, and is currently engaged in research on clinical applications of the personality type inventory.
Sophia is married with children.
MSc MACAT UKCP CCMI FRSA Clinical Psychotherapist and Executive Coach
Simon Armson trained in cognitive analytic psychotherapy at Guys Hospital. He has a private clinical psychotherapy practice in London and Berkshire and also works as an executive coach. In addition he is a Mental Health Act Commissioner. He was on the staff of Samaritans for twenty years, fifteen of which was as Chief Executive and he was an active Samaritan volunteer for thirty-one years. He has been a member of many academic and government working groups in the field of mental health, with a particular emphasis on suicide prevention and self-harm.
Mog Scott-Stewart trained as a psychotherapist at Guy’s Hospital and specialised in CAT (Cognitive Analytical Therapy). CAT is an integrative therapy which of extremely effective with disturbances of the self: anxiety, depression and problems in relationships. She further specialised at Guy’s in the treatment of personality disorders, states that further threaten stability in relationships and self-worth.
As well being a trainer and supervisor with the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapists: she is also a member of the Federation of Independent Psychotherapists as she further trained as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Special interests are in bereavement and disturbances in creativity.
She has had a private practice in South London for the last 15 years and sees clients at her consulting room in Clapham SW4.