- Fee assured
- Verified account
- Behavioural Activation (BA)
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Video and telephone consultations
Chartered Clinical Psychologist with specialist experience of working with adults presenting with distressing unusual experiences, emotion regulation difficulties and complex trauma.
In my private practice, I typically work with individuals experiencing difficulties such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and trauma. I also work with individuals from minoritised ethnic backgrounds seeking support to better understand and manage difficult experiences. My clients are usually looking for a safe space to talk about current difficulties, to make sense of these in relation to past experiences and to develop new skills that help them to feel better equipped to cope and to live their lives in the way that they would like to. I am trained in a range of approaches which I draw upon depending on individual needs.
I am compassionate and collaborative in my approach, always demonstrating empathy and respect regardless of the content of discussion. I take time to listen to my clients in order to develop a shared understanding of current difficulties, to apply helpful strategies and ultimately to support them to achieve their goals.
The decision to talk to a therapist can be difficult and finding the right fit can be even harder. I hope to help with this process by offering a free 15 minute telephone consultation to talk about what you hope to gain from therapy and to answer any questions you may have regarding who I am and what I'm able to offer. I look forward to speaking with you.
Areas of interest
Anxiety; Depression; Low Self Esteem; Trauma; Relationship Difficulties; Psychosis; Adults; Aged 18 and older; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Compassion Focused Therapy; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; Integrative Approach
- Jheanell Hall
Current NHS consultant posts held
Senior Clinical Psychologist - South London
Specialist experience in severe and complex mental health difficulties.
I have a strong research background and have worked as a Research Assistant for 6 years on multiple research projects. My MSc research investigated the stigmatisation of depression in Jamaican youths and involved travel to the island to collect data in secondary schools. I have since been involved with a research programme where I interviewed service users about their experiences of stigma and discrimination based on having a mental health problem. My work on this project has addressed areas not adequately covered by existing definitions of stigma through developing and validating two new measures; one of which has received considerable international interest with requests for use and translation in over 17 different countries. I have also worked on a randomised clinical trial assessing the effectiveness of a new computer assisted therapy aimed at reducing the frequency and severity of distressing voice hearing experiences.
I am passionate about tackling stigma and discrimination as well as reducing inequalities in mental health.
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology King's College London 2019
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder University College London 2022
Affiliations / memberships
British Psychological Society - Chartered Member
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Remote video therapy session - (5-50)