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Raffaella Hilty

| Analytical Psychologist & Psychotherapist (BPC, UKCP, IAAP)


The choice to start psychotherapy may come for a variety of reasons. Becoming aware of repeating patterns of behaviour, feeling out of touch with oneself, experiencing low self-esteem, lack of purpose and meaning, struggling with a particular traumatic experience or painful event, coming to terms with unresolved losses and feelings of depression. Ultimately, there will be a unique reason for each person. Psychotherapy can offer a safe space where to explore one’s present issues and how meaningful past relational experiences and trauma, may have contributed to the way the present is perceived and approached.


Raffaella Hilty, MA (Phil., Psych.), BA (Hons), BPC, UKCP, IAAP

Raffaella Hilty is an Attachment-based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, an Analytical Psychologist and a Clinical Supervisor.

She has extensive experience in providing individuals and couples with an expert and confidential setting from where to explore one’s emotional life, the aim being to facilitate deep-seated characterological changes, reduce psychological suffering and develop more manageable and meaningful ways to relate to oneself and others.

Her experience in dream analysis is also an integral part of her in depth-approach to the analytical work.

Areas of Treatment

Raffaella Hilty has extensive clinical experience working with depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, low self-worth and low self-esteem, relationship problems, sexuality, body image and identity issues, eating disorders, personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, career issues, midlife crisis, loss and bereavement, struggle with a lack of purpose and meaning.


  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Addiction
  • Trauma
  • Low self-worth and low self-esteem
  • Relationship problems
  • Sexuality
  • Body image and identity issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorders
  • Career issues
  • Midlife crisis
  • Loss and bereavement
  • Struggle with a lack of purpose and meaning.