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I am an adult mental health specialist. I practise CBT i.e. cognitive behaviour therapy, the mainstream evidence-based approach in the UK. Therapy tends to be brief, often 6 – 20 sessions, and is goal-directed. The emphasis is on developing self-help skills, and results are obtained by understanding how our thoughts and interpretations of events can have a dramatic impact on how we feel and behave. Clients are supported to consider and try out different ways of thinking and behaving.

I am also influenced by other models of psychotherapy, and I have received training in IPT (Interpersonal Therapy), meditation techniques, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Thought Field Therapy (TFT). I lean towards holistic practice, and I am interested in exercise and nutrition and their effects on emotional well-being. I am comfortable discussing and sharing ideas about spirituality and one’s meaning and purpose in life.

Read Some Example Case Studies:

1. The one session trauma treatment man
2. The young woman who was afraid of men
3. The fireman who forgot how to sleep
4. The woman who suffered a traumatic bereavement
5. The stressed lift engineer
6. The obsessional salesman

Specialist area

I now have considerable experience in the assessment and treatment of road traffic accident cases, from the relatively minor to serious incidents involving fatalities and disablement. I have expertise in the efficient treatment of travel anxiety and post traumatic stress. I am writing a self help text for road traffic accident victims.

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Problem areas

I assess and provide therapy for the following problems, and the list is by no means exhaustive:

Adjustment to life events, changes and loss



Body dysmorphic disorder




Exam stress

Health anxiety



Obsessive compulsive disorder

Occupational stress

Panic attacks


Post traumatic stress disorder

Self expression

Social anxiety

Travel anxiety


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