In 2010, Helen Brice founded Stimmung in Harley Street. Since 2016, Helen has been based in the historic Golden Square, which is located between Piccadilly and Oxford Circus in London’s West End.
In 2010, Helen developed a speciality in working with clients presenting with problematic personality styles. This came about as a result of a placement at a women’s prison where I was offered intensive training of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for clients with emotions were under-controlled. Helen later worked as DBT Team Lead and supervisor of DBT practitioners in the NHS in the prison setting and at the Priory Hospital for six years. Helen continued to develop her private practice, whilst bringing her existential-phenomenological work to the private hospital setting of The Priory with patients in individual and couple therapy. In 2014 Helen became an intensively trained RODBT Practitioner to treat those with a differently problematic personality style of being over-controlled emotionally.
Helen sings for fun on occasion with the chamber choir Fiori Musicale; and record vocals with her friend Del for library tv music. Outdoor swimming keeps Helen happy, and saved her psychological well-being during the lockdown.
Psychotherapy Career Path
- 2010 – present Founder and Owner Stimmung (Private Practice).
- 2021 – present Founder RODBT-UK (Private RODBT Treatment Programme).
- 2014-2015 DBT Team Lead Priory Hospital North London.
- 2013-2015 DBT Team Lead & Supervisor at HMP Holloway (former women’s prison).
- 2011-2013 DBT Practitioner and Existential-Phenomenologist Psychotherapist Priory Hospital North London.
- 2010-2012 Honorary Placement DBT Team NHS/HMP Holloway
- 2009-2011 Staff and Students Counsellor Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, Greenwich, London.
- 1989 Music & Drama BA(Hons) Degree, (Brunel University).
- 2010 Existential Psychotherapy & Counselling Postgraduate Masters, (New School of Psychotherapy & Counselling)
Professional Bodies Membership
- UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy)
- SEA (Society of Existential Analysis)
- MUPCA (Accred) (Accredited Member of Universities Psychotherapy & Counselling Association)
- MBACP (Member British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists)
- FRSA (Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts & Manufacturing)