Dr Ashley-John Brewer

Dr Ashley-John Brewer

Anxiety and Obsessional Problems Specialist

Psychology 30040034

  • Fee assured
Fee assured


  • Face-to-face consultations
  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

Ashley is a compassionate and highly experienced Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the assessment and treatment of anxiety and obsessional problems, using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and related approaches.

With several years of invaluable experience at a leading UK specialist service for anxiety and obsessional problems, as well as a lead role in these areas for a major online mental health provider, he has demonstrated expertise in the field and has helped countless people reclaim their lives from these types of difficulties.

Additionally, he has provided coaching and therapy for charities and businesses, with a focus on goal attainment, stress management, and self-esteem in particular.

His therapeutic approach revolves around creating a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore their thoughts and emotions, gain insights into their difficulties, and find healthier ways of coping.

He strives to create a trusting and genuine partnership with his clients and empower them to overcome their challenges and achieve lasting positive changes in their lives.

Areas of interest

Obsessive-compulsive disorder; health anxiety; body dysmorphic disorder; generalised anxiety disorder; social anxiety disorder; agoraphobia; excoriation disorder or compulsive skin picking; trichotillomania or compulsive hair pulling; panic attacks and panic disorder; specific phobias; vomit phobia or emetophobia; anxiety; perfectionism; cognitive behavioral therapy; exposure and response prevention; compassion focused therapy; acceptance and commitment therapy; mindfulness based cognitive therapy.

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Procedures completed

  • AA809

    Psychology session - (>50)

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