Dr Inke Schreiber

Clinical Psychologist in East Dulwich, CPsychol, DPsych, MSc, BA
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I am a qualified clinical psychologist and psychodynamic psychotherapist with an interest in understanding mental distress using narrative and psychodynamic models as well as community psychology. As such, I understand distress as inter- and intrapersonal conflicts. Therapy can provide a space for these conflicts to be explored and understood. 

I have over 10 years of experience working in a range of NHS settings and with people of all ages. Since 2021, I also practise privately. Working with patients from a variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, I believe it is vital in therapy to make space for issues such as social inequalities, gender, race and disability to name but a few and to link these to how mental distress develops and is maintained. 

As well as working in private practice, I am the lead clinical psychologist in an assertive outreach team in London. I work with people who experience homelessness, trauma often resulting in mental distress. I am passionate about promoting social justice within my role and believe this to be a vital part of being a therapist. I value authenticity, honesty, curiosity and compassion in my work with the aim of coming to a joint understanding with my patients of what brings them to therapy. Emotional struggles can arise in an attempt to cope with and manage life circumstances – the complexities of this deserve a space to be heard. 

I am registered with the Health Professions Council (HCPC) as a practitioner psychologist, and with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) as a psychodynamic psychotherapist and I practise in accordance with the standards of the HCPC and BPC.  

I prefer to see patients face-to-face because I believe this makes for a better experience of therapy for the patient and me. However, I will consider offering online sessions where this facilitates access to therapy for someone who cannot attend in person. In such instances, I would usually offer a space to think about barriers to attending in person and to discuss some of the potential limitations of online therapy. 

Qualifications and experience:

I completed my doctorate in clinical psychology at Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology. I qualified as psychodynamic psychotherapist (intercultural psychodynamic psychotherapy) at the Tavistock and have a master’s degree in psychiatric research (Kings College London). I have additional training in Mentalization-Based Therapy (MBT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), and in the Tree of Life approach.


Qualifying course – Inter-cultural psychodynamic psychotherapy at Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (2021 – present)

Doctorate of Clinical Psychology  at Canterbury Christ Church University (2016 – 2020)

MSc in Psychiatric Research at Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London (2011 – 2012)

BSc in Psychology at London South Bank University (2007 – 2010)

Client Groups

Adults, Adolescents, Children 5+







Other Face-to-Face Locations:

Oru Space, East Dulwich