Ramón Karamat Ali

Ramón Karamat Ali

North West

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Ramón has been working as a psychologist and a systemic therapist working with couples and families for over 25 years (UKCP and AFT). As a trainer and supervisor he has also supported trainees in working with couples and families in distress. His passion for helping professionals getting the most out of themselves to effectively manage their professional and personal lives.

Qualifications and skills
Ramón grew up in the Netherlands where he studies psychology and philosophy. Via South Africa he ended up living and working in the UK since 1998, where he obtained a Masters in family systemic psychotherapy at the Tavistock in London in 2003. He completed a 2-year supervision course in 2010. Since 2018 he trains advanced therapists to become supervisors. He completed his doctoral research on adolescent self-harm and trauma. His other specialty is working with couples in distress, those that are from the same culture, but also intercultural couples and expats. Recently he successfully completed a specialist training at FLiP Faculty in providing supervision to family lawyers.

Passions
The additional training at FLiP has fitted well with my interest in working with professionals collaboratively to develop a reflective practice so that they can more effectively undertake their jobs and continue to provide a robust and professional service to their clients. I work with individuals, groups and teams, both in person and online. Get in touch for an orientation session to ask questions, get a sense of the work and decide whether this would work for you and/or your team. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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