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15 years of experience
Clinical Psychology, Psychotherapy

Mr Luca Pozzi has extensive clinical experience with over 12 years of working for the NHS and privately in London and Italy.

Luca has had vast experience in working with clients with depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, personality disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Body dysmorphic disorder ( BDD ) and relationship difficulties based on attachment difficulties.

He offers short and long-term therapies drawing his therapeutic approach from a wide range of specialisations and not limited to Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema therapy, Mentalisation Based Treatment, compassion focused therapy and mindfulness.

He obtained his Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Vita-Salute Raffaele University, and undertook further training in Mentalisation Based Treatment at the Anna Freud Centre. He has previously worked in the Eating Disorder unit at Maudsley Hospital.

He has a passion for CBT Psychotherapy in particularly and is currently teaching CBT for trauma and depression at postgraduate level at the CBT Psychotherapy school of Basilicata in Italy.

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Dr Sarah Jane Khalid is a Chartered Consultant Counselling Psychologist, an Accredited CBT Psychotherapist and both a Life and Executive Coach who has a wealth of experience and knowledge from her 15 years in the NHS, charity and private sector experience. She has extensive training in different modes of therapy, in particular Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion Focused Therapy.

Sarah Jane also is a visiting lecturer for accredited CBT Courses and her specialisms include stress, low self-esteem/confidence, dermatology conditions, positive psychology and women's issues such as returning to work and post-natal depression.

Sarah Jane has also trained in Life Coaching and Executive Coaching.

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8 years of experience

As a Counselling Psychologist I am passionate about the work I do and the people I see. I enjoy working collaboratively with clients, finding understanding of their difficulties from their perspective, so that I can tailor therapy treatment to suit each unique individual. No one shoe fits all in therapy!

I believe that we all come across difficulties during our lives, but that if we collaborate to tailor therapy to your individual needs, you will develop a greater understanding of your inner world, and we can create a personal road-map for you which will show you the way forward, so you can overcome the challenges you face in the outside world.

I do truly want clients to have a fulfilled life and not to have to be in therapy longer than needed. I also understand the financial demands of our day and age and as such I like to practice mainly within a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) framework (which is generally shorter-term therapy with sustainable change). I am also trained in psychodynamic and mindfulness-based approaches and do not always use CBT as a stand alone treatment but integrated with other treatments. As my client in our therapeutic alliance, I think you deserve an expert service and as such will work with you in understanding your thoughts and related behaviours. As a naturally empathetic person, I empathise with the constraints of our lives and the difficulties we all face, and try to find techniques, skills and tools that fit with your strengths in helping you overcome difficulty and supporting you through any future trigger events.

As with GP's, when we walk into our appointment, we trust that the GP is an expert in their field and that we would like to walk out with a clear indication of our problems, what medication to take, how many times a day etc. My hope is that I could give you the same type of service. I see my integrated approach as somewhat of an educational process, and as such will develop with you a series of skills, insights, and strategies that you can apply in your current situation and any future reoccurrences. As an expert in the field I would like to be able to give you the tools from my toolkit so that you can go out into the world and work on any problem areas that may come up in your sessions to not only improve your thoughts, but your behaviours and feelings and in the grand scheme of things, your quality of life.

*Please note: I am happy to work on a sliding scale for individuals who are financially unable to afford the full fee and also offer 20min free consultations."

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Recommended by 2 specialists
11 years of experience
Counselling psychologist, Registered psychologist

I am a Counselling Psychologist practising in Putney, West London. I have extensive experience working in both private and NHS settings, and specialise in working with complex trauma and anxiety disorders.

I am integrative psychologist, which means I draw on  different therapeutic approaches to provide you with an informed and multifaceted approach to your unique concerns. The main approaches I am informed by are schema therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy and integral eye movement therapy (IEMT).

That said, the therapeutic relationship has been found to be the most important ingredient for successful therapeutic work. I therefore, offer an initial free 15 minute telephone consultation to discuss expectations and hopes for therapy. We can then decide collaboratively whether to continue working together.

Primarily, I am interested in helping clients  overcome self-doubt, shame and feelings of unworthiness. My specialist training has enabled me to quickly identify the root issues causing psychological distress so that clients can move forward in life with more confidence and inner authority.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

I specialise in alleviating shame, stress and anxiety from the mind and body. I combine psychological and spiritual based interventions to get to the root of the issues and enhance long-term therapeutic gains.

  • Anger
  • Bereavement
  • Depression
  • Panic Disorder
  • Relationship Problems
  • Sleep Problems
  • Anxiety and Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Self Esteem
  • Stress
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Humanistic Therapy
  • Integrative Therapy
  • Female Psychological Issues
  • Integral eye movment therapy (IEMT)
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Recommended by 1 specialist
18 years of experience
Psychotherapy, Addiction, Clinical Psychology

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Venetia is a consultant clinical psychologist with specialist training in various forms of psychotherapy. Her special interests include behavioural (non-chemical) addiction, trauma and loss, anxiety and depression and relationship difficulties. She works with adults, adolescents, and couples.

In her NHS practice, Venetia is a consultant clinical psychologist in a highly specialist Gambling Treatment Clinic. She previously acted as the coordinator of Relational Therapies in a large primary care NHS service, while privately she has partnered with the in-house team of the high-profile Harley Therapy for 6 years.

Alongside her clinical work, she provides clinical leadership, supervision and training. She is also a horonary lecturer at Metropolitan university. Venetia has presented in several conferences and published in academic journals.

Venetia has completed additional training in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) and integrative couple therapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Anna Freud Centre, and Tavistock Relationship Centre. She also has experience in psychodynamic, relational, compassionate-focused, dialectic behavioural, and schema therapy. Therefore she can help clients using different approaches, including practising new coping strategies, exploring the past and uncovering deeply buried emotions, or providing a supportive space to help with life stresses, improve wellness, increase insight, and deepen connections with others. In the initial assessment, she will be discussing with you how to tailor treatment to your individual needs.

Drawing on a vast range of skills, psychotherapy research, and clinical guidelines, she works flexibly and tailors treatment to her clients' unique needs. She has vast experience in working with addiction, complex depression, anxiety, OCD, and trauma as well as relationship difficulties, including separations, infidelity, losses, attachment difficulties and psychosexual problems.

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To find out more about what to expect in an initial session with her, please read her blog and watch her video

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Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Integrative psychotherapy
  • Exploratory psychotherapy
  • Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Couple therapy
  • Compassion focused psychotherapy
  • Schema-based CBT
  • Addiction
  • Adolescent mental health
  • Attachment
  • Behavioural addiction
  • Couple therapy
  • Childhood trauma
  • Psychosexual
  • Relationships
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Recommended by 1 specialist
17 years of experience

Ms Mann is an experienced Chartered Psychologist based in London. She specialises in Eating Disorders, Mood disorders and Trauma.

Ms Mann works in a variety of clinical settings including hospitals, residential centres and outpatient clinics with a diverse client base. She has experience supporting individuals from different demographics and cultural backgrounds, providing a multidisciplinary, comprehensive and patient-centred approach to care.

Ms Mann creates a warm and empathetic environment for her patients to explore their inner lives and encourage emotional healing and growth. She strongly believes in helping individuals to foster strong and supportive relationships.

While Ms Mann is widely known for her work in eating disorders, she also has experience working with more general mental health difficulties. She also enjoys mentoring trainee psychologists.

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21 years of experience
Psychotherapy, Clinical Psychology, Practitioner psychology + 1 more

Mrs Ameh is an accredited Clinical Psychologist Practitioner with experience in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) including Behavioural Couple Therapy (BCT), Clinical Psychology, Mental Health Nursing, and Clinical Supervision.

Her current role is that of a Senior CBT Therapist/Supervisor in an NHS Talking Therapies Service. She offers time-limited Talking Therapies that provide you with the skills and knowledge to enhance your self-discovery and become your own therapist in realising your best potential in life. She is committed to working with the " whole person", providing a safe and supportive space that enables you to co-create with her a shared understanding of your distressing experience(s) and the effects on your thoughts, beliefs, behaviours, feelings and daily life.

Mrs Ameh also knows about and offer psycho-education on mental health medications. Her working experience covers over 20 years in mental health services including public and private; community and inpatient; and primary and secondary settings.

Mrs Ameh also provides EMDR for trauma and anxiety disorders and Behavioural Couple Therapy (BCT) interventions for couples experiencing relationship distress due to a partner's depressive illness.

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Recommended by 1 specialist
16 years of experience
Paediatric Audiology

After completing his MSc in Audiology at the University of Manchester, Mr. Kurian worked for over six years at the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Therapy Clinic in the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. There, he was trained and supervised in tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy methods such as cognitive behavioral therapy for tinnitus (CBT), tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), and acceptance and commitment therapy for tinnitus (ACT).

Additionally, Mr. Kurian has taught tinnitus therapy to students at the University of Southampton. Most recently, he served as team leader for the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Service at University Hospital Lewisham, where he also provided counseling and CBT services related to vestibular dysfunction through the Vestibular Rehabilitation team.

Mr. Kurian's work has been published numerous times in magazines such as British Academy of Audiology magazine and American Tinnitus Association magazine

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Recommended by 1 specialist
10 years of experience
Counselling psychologist, Psychotherapy, Practitioner psychology + 1 more

People work with me when they feel "stuck" in their distress, despite trying to fix themselves and working with various other therapies and treatments.

Here is how a client experienced therapy with me: "It is difficult to express just how invaluable Dr Ute has been for my development. When we began therapy, I was feeling extremely low and anxious, and throughout the past eight months, she has provided me with tools to not only feel better but also stronger and more kind and compassionate with myself. She has the ability to interpret how best to provide therapy depending on what has been going on in my life. Most of all, her injection of humour provides an opportunity to shed light on what can sometimes feel like only darkness. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone."

My clients experience low mood, anxiety, sleep difficulties and general stress. Many live with chronic illnesses and pain, disordered personalities, trauma, abuse, disordered eating, and ADHD. My clients face life-changing difficulties such as grief and loss, work issues, breakdown of relationships and life-crisis.

A client described it: "When I was at my lowest and in some very frightening situations, Ute was there as a moment of focus and calm during a tornado of awful. She helped me realise how serious my situation was and the implications of continuing what I was doing. She helped me see that the time really had come for me to genuinely pause my habits of destruction and horror and be kind enough to allow myself the time to heal. She assisted me in giving myself the space for self-kindness and reflection. She took no prisoners; there was no room for nonsense. She gave it to me straight, honestly and lovingly. I felt held in intelligence, safety and genuine care."

As my client, you receive your own tailored therapy, personalised to your needs as they arise at the moment. You will work with a therapist who is an expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, CBT, Mindfulness-based therapies, EMDR and existential psychotherapy. Personalised audio recordings for relaxation, meditation and behavioural change training are part of your therapeutic journey. To work with me, I ask you to bring three things to our therapeutic journey: courage, curiosity and compassion.

My clients reflect on this therapeutic work: "Dr Ute has helped me in a life-changing way through her highly professional, sympathetic and compassionate manner. She has a wonderful way of encouraging me to dig deep and has helped me find a number of methods which help me find peace and calmness within me. My experience with Ute has been truly life-changing, and I have been able to get to know myself much better and, most importantly, change how I see and treat myself. She has made me a stronger person, and I cannot thank her enough for all her support."

I am an HCPC-accredited Counselling Psychologist, a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society and a Lecturer at the University of London. I have worked in the NHS, charities, specialised hospitals, private clinics, and private practices. Being bilingual, I offer therapy in both languages: English and German.

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Recommended by 1 specialist
42 years of experience

Mrs. Lorraine Grover is a London-based Psychosexual Nurse Specialist. Her area of specialty is treating sexuality and sexual function with particular expeertise in men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments:

  1. Treatment options including intracavernosal (penile) injections and teaching the use of vacuum constriction devices.
  2. Sex therapy
  • Behavioural Techniques
  • Erectile Dysfunction, low desire, diminished arousal, premature ejaculation
  • Prostate Cancer and penile rehabilitation/restoration involving Recovery and Discovery.
  • Vaginismus, female orgasmic, arousal disorder
  • Diabetes, colorectal and cardiac disease and the impact on sexuality and sexual issues.

Mrs Grover qualified in 1984 from St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, where she also worked as a Registered Nurse for several years. Her interest in sexual health and wellbeing was sparked in 1994 when she established a nurse-led erectile dysfunction clinic at St. George's Hospital, London. She obtined a diploma as a Psychosexual Therapist in 2003 following training with Relate. Due to her dual training, she is able to manage and treat sexual difficulties brought on by ill health as they often have a physical and psychological element.

Mrs. Grover has been a member of a number of advisory boards for the development of erectile dysfunction therapies and the management of the condition. She created "The Erection Connection" information package for patients after receiving a Developing Practice Award from the Queen's Nursing Institute. For a number of years, she served as a national adviser for Prostate Cancer UK and responded to questions in the "Ask an Expert" forum on the Macmillan Online Community regarding cancer and sexual dysfunction in men. She frequently gives talks both nationally and abroad.

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