Dr Anne Lane
I have been working within psychological services for over twenty years and have been a qualified clinical psychologist since 2003. My experience ranges from child and family therapy through to working with adults and couples.
My approach is active and focused and is based on current evidence in the field. I am committed to providing effective therapy, delivered skillfully, with warmth and compassion.
These are some of the difficulties adults might come to see me for help with, although children can experience similar difficulties:
- Depression and Unhappiness
- Anxiety, Panic, Stress and Burnout
- Obsessive behaviours (OCD)
- Eating difficulties
- Sleep problems
- Relationship problems / Couple work
- Anger difficulties
- Trauma and PTSD
- The management of Chronic Pain / Disability
- Emotional Regulation
- Social Anxiety
- Phobias including agoraphobia and claustrophobia
The approach I use and my training are a very important part of my work. I use a broad range of CBT and compassion focused approaches. This said, research has shown time and time again that the single most effective aspect of therapy is the therapeutic relationship. A well-rounded, humane approach is always the most important part of my work.
I would usually begin with an assessment so that I can get a sense of what you might need help with and so that you can ask any questions. We would then make an initial agreement about the type of work we might do together. In the first few sessions, I will want to know what your particular situation is and what you are dealing with and what you hope to get out of therapy whether for you, for your relationship of for a child.
Through all of this, I would be respectful of the potentially anxiety-provoking nature of the first few sessions and would tailor my approach to suit you. If you find it harder to talk then I will ask more questions. If you have a lot to say then I will listen more. Once we have agreed on the aims of our work together we will agree on a timescale which we review regularly to ensure you are getting what you want from therapy.
Training, qualifications & experience
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology – University of East London.
Masters in Systemic Psychotherapy – Tavistock Centre London.
Diploma in Systemic Psychotherapy – Institute of Family Therapy London.
BSc Psychology (Hons) – University of London.
I have been working within psychological services for over twenty years and has been a qualified clinical psychologist since 2003. My experience ranges from child and family through to adult and adult couples. I have extensive experience training and supervising.
Until recently I occupied the post of Clinical Lead in an IAPT service at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. I have worked in many inner London boroughs in adult and child fields. I have worked with people with severe and enduring mental health problems, people experiencing trauma, eating disorders, pain management amongst other areas.
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
As a dual trained clinical psychologist and systemic therapist I work with the full range of both adult and child difficulties and also offer family work.
During the corona virus outbreak I am offering sessions via Skype / Facetime / Zoom.
I am registered with most of the medical insurance companies including.
AXA-PPP, Bupa, WPA, Vitality, Aviva and Cigna amongst others.
Individual Therapy (adult / child) £120 per 50 minutes
Couple Therapy £120 per 50 minutes
Reports etc to be discussed as this varies depending on length and time
I have availability. I am also offering Skype / Zoom / FaceTime appointments during the corona outbreak.