Sezer is a passionate and motivated dual-qualified Systemic Family Psychotherapist and Social Worker. He has a strong background in working with children and families with over 10 years’ experience of working with children in care, child protection and care leavers within both the statutory and third sector organisations.
Sezer works as a systemic family therapist with a relationship-based approach and tailors his interventions to meet the requirements and needs of families and individuals. He often uses narrative based approaches as well as structural methods and will also intertwine mindfulness into his work.
He currently works at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust within the CAMHS service where he specialises in therapeutic working with adolescent conduct issues, trauma, anxiety, family relationships, school issues, communication, intercultural therapy and parenting.
Sezer has worked as a senior social worker with a specialism in working with young people at risk of homelessness due to family relationship breakdowns, unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, and family court cases. He has also designed and delivered a nationwide project for the Home Office supporting vulnerable families at risk of exploitation.
Sezer is a lecturer on the Tavistock and Portman Post-Graduate Systemic Approaches foundation course and has much experience of providing systemic consultations to schools, social workers and third sector organisations.
Adolescent conduct issues, trauma, anxiety/panic, difficult family relationships, parental disputes/arrangements, parenting methods, school issues, communication issues, substance misuse, peer relationships, , video game addiction, self-esteem, confidence, trauma, experiences of discrimination, cultural family therapy, and managing transitions.
MA Systemic Psychotherapy, MSc Social Work, PGDip Systemic Family Therapy, PGDip Psychology, BA Film and TV with Psychology.