Dr David Kraft

Dr David Kraft

Flat 70 Cosmopolitan Court
67 Main Avenue
ENFIELD
Middx.
EN1 1GD

10 Harley Street
London
W1G 9PF

0207 467 8564 / 07946 579645

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Flat 70 Cosmopolitan Court
67 Main Avenue
ENFIELD
Middx.
EN1 1GD

10 Harley Street
London
W1G 9PF

0207 467 8564 / 07946 579645

About me

UKCP Registered psychotherapist and counsellor, David Kraft, offers one-to-one therapy at two clinics - one in Harley Street and the other in Enfield Town. David has a great deal of experience working with psychological problems. He uses a combination of psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in his work and he has achieved some excellent results in a short space of time. A fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, David has written over twenty-five articles on the subject of psychotherapy integration - focussing, specifically, on the use of hypnotherapy in treatment. He has successfully treated a range of conditions, including: general anxiety disorder, sleeping disorders (for example, insomnia), depression, phobias, hyperhidrosis, fibromyalgia, performance anxiety, PTSD, IBS to name but a few. David is a very approachable psychotherapist who cares for the intrinsic needs of his clients.

Specialist in working with the military.

Training, qualifications & experience

COMMITTEES & SOCIETIES

  • Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine                   
  • Member of Council, Section of Hypnosis & Psychosomatic Medicine Section, RSM    
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (00585870)                                                     
  • Member of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) (593)        
  • Honorary Secretary for BSCAH: Mets and South Branch                                                
  • Fellow of the National Society of Hypnosis & Psychotherapy (4198) (FNSHP)              
  • Member of The British Psychological Society (MBPsS) (247935)                                         
  • Registered Psychotherapist with the UKCP (2011163944)                                                                                       
  • Honorary Secretary for Section of Hypnosis & Psychosomatic Medicine Section, RSM

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Middlesex University PhD                                                                                                    
  • Cambridge University PGCE                                                                                              
  • Department for Education (DfE) Qualified Teacher Status QTS                                        
  • London School of Management Science Dip. Cl. Psy                                                       
  • BST Foundation DCHyp                                                                                                     
  • BST Foundation A.CertCSHyp                                                                                           
  • National College of Hypnosis & Psychotherapy (NCHP): Psychotherapy Training            
  • National College of Hypnosis & Psychotherapy DHP (NC)                                                
  • Kingston University MSc Psychology                                                                                 
  • National College of Hypnosis & Psychotherapy ADHP (NC)                                              
  • Accreditation: British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis BSCAH Accred. 

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

UKCP

Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Anxiety
IBS
Relationship Issues
PTSD
Fibromyalgia
Hyperhidrosis
Exam Stress
Panic Attacks (Panic Disorder)
Snoring
Nocturnal Enuresis
Weight Loss

Fees

All sessions are 50 minutes.

Harley Street Clinic: £170 (£150 for the retired, students and unemployed)

Enfield Clinic: £100 (£70-£80 for the retired, students and unemployed)

Further information

PUBLICATIONS

(1) Kraft T & Kraft D (2004). Creating a virtual reality in hypnosis: a case of driving phobia. Contemporary Hypnosis, 21 (2): 79-85.

(2) Kraft T & Kraft D (2005). Covert sensitization revisited: six case studies. Contemporary Hypnosis, 22 (4): 202-209.

(3) Kraft T & Kraft D (2006). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry: its applications in treating anxiety disorders and sleep disturbances. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 34 (2): 187-203.

(4) Kraft T & Kraft D (2007). An integrative approach to the treatment of hyperhidrosis: review and case study. Contemporary Hypnosis, 24 (1): 38-45.

(5) Kraft T & Kraft D (2007). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry, part 2: its application to the treatment of sexual disorders. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 35 (1): 1-18.

(6) Kraft T & Kraft D (2007). Irritable Bowel Syndrome: symptomatic treatment approaches versus integrative psychotherapy. Contemporary Hypnosis, 24 (4): 161-177.

(7) Kraft D (2009). Tribute to Dr Thomas Kraft for BSCAH’ British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis Newsletter,3 (1): 11-12.

(8) Kraft D (2009). Obituary: Thomas Kraft. British Medical Journal, 338: b265.

(9) Kraft T & Kraft D (2009). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry, part 3: the application to the treatment of eating disorders. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37 (1): 1–20.

(10) Kraft D & Kraft T (2010). Use of in vivo and in vitro desensitization in the treatment of mouse phobia: review and case study. Contemporary Hypnosis, 27 (3): 184-194.

(11) Kraft D (2010). A tribute to Tom Kraft (1932-2008): psychiatrist, integrative psychotherapist, and teacher. Contemporary Hypnosis, 27 (3): 221-224.

(12) Kraft D (2011). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry, part 4: its application to the treatment of agoraphobia and social phobia. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Vols 38 (2) & 39 (1): 91-110.

(13) Kraft D (2011). Sharing experience: the waiting room. British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, 5 (2): 22-24.

(14) Kraft D & Hawkins PJ (2011). Eating disorders. In Les Brann, Jacky Owens, Ann Williamson (eds.) The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis: Theory & Practice (pp425-440). Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester.

(15) Kraft D (2011). Counteracting resistance in agoraphobia using hypnosis. Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy, 28 (3):235-248.

(16) Kraft D (2012). Panic disorder without agoraphobia. A multi-modal approach: solution-focused therapy, hypnosis and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Journal of Integrative Research, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 1 (1): 4-15.

(17) Kraft D (2012). Successful treatment of heavy smoker in one hour using split screen imagery, aversion, and suggestions to eliminate cravings. Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy, 29 (2): 175-188.

(18) Kraft D (2012). Comment on Zimmerman’s use of the river metaphor in irritable bowel syndrome treatment. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 55 (2): 160-167.

(19) Kraft D (2013). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry part 5: treatment of specific phobias—animal and situational subtypes. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 40 (2): 88-113.

(20) Kraft D (2013). Open Access Publishing. British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, 7 (3): 12-13.

(21) Kraft D (2014). BSCAH Twitter. British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, 8 (2): 17.

(22) Kraft D (2015). Successful treatment of snoring using hypnosis. Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy 30 (4): 179-188.

(23) Kraft D (2015). Psychodynamic psychotherapy and hypnosis in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome: a case report. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 19 (3): 5-12.

(24) Kraft D (2016). The place of hypnosis in psychiatry part 6: treatment of specific phobias—natural environment type, blood-injection-injury type, and other types. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 41 (1): 1-15.

(25) Kraft D (2016). The relevance of Gestalt Therapy to clinicians who use hypnosis today. Journal of Integrative Research, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2 (1): 1-12.

(26) Kraft D (2016). The unique selling point of BSCAH from the perspective of a psychotherapist. British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis Newsletter 8 (8): 5.

(27) Kraft D (2016). The now deepener. British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, 8 (9): 18-20.

Maps & Directions

ENFIELD, EN1 1GD
London, W1G 9PF

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None

Availability

Monday-Friday 7am-9pm Saturday-Sunday 1pm-8pm

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Organisations
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