Beverley Hutton, our Clinical Director and Founder, trained originally in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and went onto further training in EMDR to become a Europe Accredited Practitioner (UKCP registered).  Beverley has a particular interest and experience working with dissociative disorders, including DID and trauma, body image disorders, and chronic pain management. She facilitates our weekly therapy group and monthly BDD and DID groups. She previously ran the StH Therapeutic Community for 7 years before moving into more individual work with EMDR, which has seen more complex clients being able to make dramatic progress over a much shorter time period.  Beverley works on-line to offer individual therapy and group therapy, as well as running our residential programme in Somerset.  Beverley has several years' previous experience in senior NHS healthcare management. She is the author of Still the Hunger and The MORE Course — please see our Resources page for further details.

You can follow Beverley's blog posts here: https://stillthehunger.wordpress.com/


Beverley Hutton Founder and Project Manager of Still The Hunger

Charles French is a psychodynamic counsellor with experience in complex mental health conditions, including DID, BDD and eating disorders, addictions, and autistic spectrum disorders.  Alongside working for Still the Hunger, Charles also works in a secure male intensive care psychiatric hospital, with previous experience as the manager of an intensive needs mental health residential home.  He brings a wealth of experience to Still the Hunger.  Originally from South Africa and with several years’ experience in church leadership, Charles is also a keen rugby player and gifted worship leader.  Charles is currently offering on-line therapy on an individual basis as well as seeing people in person at Glebe Road, Reading.

To contact:  If you would like more information about therapy options with either Beverley or Charles, please submit the form on our Contact page and we will get back to you.


Our Steering Group includes a growing number of experienced clinical and business professionals with a breadth of experience between them.

We also work in partnership with a number of other organisations to bring the best service that we can; these include the BDD Foundation and EMDR Focus.  Still the Hunger is an affiliated organisation member of ACC.