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- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Mindfulness based CBT
- Video and telephone consultations
Everybody struggles from time to time and sometimes it can get in the way of our lives. Have you noticed changes in your life? Are you worrying more than usual and finding it hard to relax? Maybe you are feeling sad, low in mood or get cross and irritable more quickly? Is it hard to put yourself first or just saying no? Do you feel less motivated or less enjoyment in life? Or have you noticed difficulties with sleeping? Perhaps you donâ€™t feel the way you want. Or do you just feel â€˜stuckâ€™? These struggles could be getting in your way or affecting relationships with those closest to you. If so, these are things I can help you with.
I am a counselling psychologist trained in different approaches (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness based Intervention) which can be used to provide you with a â€˜toolboxâ€™ of strategies helping you to feel better in yourself, to make the changes you need and help you to cope with what life brings.
Sometimes we need to reach out for support; it can be the best self-care you can give to yourself. So whether you have been living with these difficulties for a long time or whether they are new to you, please do get in touch to arrange a chat or to make an appointment to think about your needs and to see how you could benefit from us working together.
Areas of interest
Anxiety; Generalised anxiety disorder; Depression; Feeling sad; Assertiveness; Low self-confidence; Low self-esteem; Stress; Sleep problems;
Current NHS consultant posts held
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
Older Adult Psychology Service
Chase Farm Hospital,
Enfield EN2 8JL
Acceptance and commitment therapy for late-life treatment-resistant generalised anxiety disorder: a feasibility study. Rebecca L. Gould1, Julie LoebachWetherell2,3, Kate Kimona1,Marc A. Serfaty1,4, Rebecca Jones1,Christopher D. Graham5, Vanessa Lawrence6,Gill Livingston1, PhilipWilkinson7, KateWalters8, Marie Le Novere8, Iracema Leroi9, Robert Barber10, Ellen Lee11, Jo Cook12, Viviana M.Wuthrich13,14, Robert J.Howard1, on behalf of the FACTOID groupâ€ Age and Ageing 2021; 1â€“11
The personal experience of carers of stroke survivors: an interpretative phenomenological analysis (revised) DEBBIE HUNT and JONATHAN A. SMITH DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION, 2004; VOL. 0, NO. 0,
- Post-Graduate Practitioner Diploma in Counselling Psychology London Guildhall University 2003
Affiliations / memberships
I am registered and regulated by the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and registered with the British Psychological Society as a chartered counselling psychologist.
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Psychology session - (5-50)