Denise Dunne is a UKCP registered adult psychotherapist previously working in NHS secondary care and now in private practice in London, UK. She has particular interest in the aetiology, presentation and treatment of borderline personality disorder, and has worked with this patient population in NHS secondary care settings delivering the NICE recommended psychoanalytically influenced treatments: cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) and mentalisation based therapy (MBT). She also worked for a number of years delivering long term psychodynamic psychotherapy to this patient population. With an original background in technology, Denise also has an interest in attachment and technology and contributes to the media on this topic.
Originally trained as an Integrative Psychotherapist at Regents University London, Denise’s private practice clinical model integrates contemporary attachment-based psychodynamic thought with the techniques of CAT, MBT, and body-based affect-regulatory therapies.