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Clinical Psychologist, PsychD, MSc, BSc

About me

COVID-19 I am happy to offer ‘virtual sessions’ online, via a range of secure on-line platforms, with a view to resuming face to face sessions when it is safe to do so. Please feel free to contact me to discuss this further.

With over 16 years experience working in the NHS with people with a range of mental health issues, I am able to offer a comprehensive psychological assessment and treatment package tailored to your individual needs.

How can seeing a psychologist help?

Talking therapy is recommended by NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) for a range of mental health issues. I work with people with issues including anxiety, stress, depression, phobias, OCD, grief and trauma. I use evidence based therapy, such as CBT (cognitive behaviour therapy) and EMDR to support people to work through the problems they are facing.

What to expect from your first session

After you contact me, we can arrange for a brief phone call, so we can discuss what might best suit your needs and arrange to meet for an assessment session.

Sessions are generally an hour long (although tend to be longer for couple or family work).

During the assessment I will ask you a range of questions, concentrating on the main issue troubling you at the moment, how it may be effecting your mood, your relationships and your day to day activities. We may also talk about relevant past experiences.

Training, qualifications & experience

I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, which means that after my degree in psychology I trained to a doctoral level in Clinical Psychology. I also have a Masters Degree in Health Psychology.

Since training, I have worked in Surrey for the NHS, gaining experience working with adults and their families, with a range of problems. I have also gained further qualifications in working with people with trauma using EMDR.

Member organisations

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£110.00 per session
Free initial telephone session

Health Insurance/EAP

  • Aviva
  • Vitality

Additional information

I charge £110 per hour for individual sessions (lasting an hour).

Joint sessions are usually 1 1/2 hours and are £165.

I offer video sessions via secure on-line platforms.

When I work

COVID-19 - I am currently offering on-line sessions.

I have clinics in Leatherhead, Surrey

Further information

I work with people with a wide range of issues including: anxiety, phobias, depression, OCD, hoarding, psychosis, BPD, generalised anxiety disorder, bi-polar disorder, stress, trauma, abuse, relationship issues, emotion management problems.

Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22

Type of session

In person

Types of client


Key details

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Disabled parking is available for Blue Badge Holders