Eeābé (e-ah-bay) is a therapy practice run by Eugene Ellis and Beverley Ellis, a married couple who live in East London. The practice was established in 1997.
CQSW, MSc CTA (Certified Transactional Analyst) PTSTA, U.K.C.P registered Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist
Beverley has trained as a Transactional Analyst at the Metanoia Institute of which she is a member. She is a qualified supervisor. She works with individual adults and groups. She is also a certified adoption counsellor. Beverley is also a member of the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network Leadership Team.
MA. Dip. Cert of Counselling, U.K.C.P registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist
Eugene trained as an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, which is a powerful way of facilitating self-healing through the use of metaphor and the imagination. This approach works through stretching your self-concept, using a wide range of facilitation techniques that surface awareness, locate energy and generate self-support. He offers psychotherapy to individuals, along with adoption support, supervision and training.
Eugene has worked for many years with severely traumatised children and their families in the field of adoption and fostering. He has a particular interest in body orientated therapies including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Metallisation and mindfulness approaches. Eugene also facilitates dialogues around race and culture, as it relates to the body, within organisations and in psychotherapy trainings.
Eugene is founder and director of ‘The Black and Asian Therapist Network‘.