About this Service
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy looks at your thoughts feelings and behaviour and their impact on each other, how they keep your difficulties going and how they are holding you back in life. CBT is an umbrella term which also includes ACT and CFT approaches.
The therapy relationship Is a collaborative one that enables you to develop new understandings of your problems and develop new more helpful ways to move forward. This can be a life changing process that provides you with knowledge and skills and ultimately to become your own therapist.
Treatment and Specialisation Areas
- Abuse – Emotional/Physical
- Anger Issues
- Body Dysmorphic Disorder
- Child or Adolescent Mental Health Care
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E.
- Chronic Pain/Pain Management
- Eating Disorders and Weight Problems
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
- Self Esteem
- Self Harm
- Sexual Abuse
- Sleep Disorders
- Somatoform Disorders/Hypochondriasis
- Stress Management
Primary Client Groups
- Children Age 12 and Under
- Adolescents Age 13-17
- Adults Age 18+
- Adults Age 60+
- Clinical Psychologists
- Community Mental Health Teams
- Direct Contact from Patient
- General Practitioner
- Medical Insurance
- NHS Referrals
- Visits to Other Locations
I have practiced in the mental health field for over twenty-five years. This has included provinding specialist assessment and therapy programmes to children and families within a specialist NHS CAMHS team and providing psychological therapy for adults and young people presenting with depression and a range of anxiety problems. I have extensive experience and expertise working with adults, children and young people with a range of difficulties including anxiety and depression.
Postgraduate Diploma in Evidence-based Psychological Treatmen – CBT, University of Reading.
MSc Addictive Behaviour (distinction), St. George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London.
Diploma in Solutio-focused therapy: A family perspective, Institute of Family Therapy, London.