About me

  • I completed my nurse training in 1997, and since then I have worked mainly in the NHS, with adults of all ages, including women during their pregnancy and up to 12 months after the birth of their baby (perinatal mental health). I have specialist experience working in CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service). Typically, I use a cognitive behavioural therapy in treatment.  I have worked with people from a wide range of backgrounds, and with a great variety of psychological difficulties. I have extensive experience in the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder, health anxiety disorder, adjustment disorder, depression, post natal depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, psychological trauma, including birth trauma and low self esteem.  My experience working with children and adolescence has covered a range of mental health issues including, depression, the full range of anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma & phobia.

As a qualified mental health professional I use my experience to help people manage their day to day difficulties.  My approach to treatment is compassionate, collaborative and evidence based which has allowed me to build good therapeutic relationships essential for effective therapy. I am passionate and about promoting the importance of good mental health and well being within the community and feel enthusiastic that I am now able to offer confidential 1:1 in a relaxed and private environment and more recently using video links to deliver therapy.

Training, qualifications & experience

Registered Mental Health Nurse RMN 1997 Homerton College Health Studies Cambridge 1997

Post Graduate Diploma Cognitive Behavioural Therapy University Of East Anglia 2014

Certificate in Perinatal Mental Health Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford) 2009

Further post registration training;

Working Systemically with Families

Health Psychology

I have  nearly 30 years experience working in the NHS as a Registered Mental Health Nurse working as a staff nurse in acute adult psychiatry, a community psychiatric nurse and perinatal community psychiatric nurse working within the community, primary care and clinic based settings. From 2014 I have worked as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist providing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS). This has involved working with a wide range of young people and their families who are  struggling with mental health difficulties which include, panic, phobias, depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder,depression, post natal depression and low self esteem.

I have experience providing clinical supervision to  junior colleagues, trainee CBT therapists and occasionally teach in addition to my clinical work.


“Cognitive behavioral therapy with Beverley has definitely given me the skill set to really understand and keep my anxiety under control. In the time spent during the weeks of my therapy, I really learnt a lot about my self and my thinking/behavioral habits. CBT has been such a big part of my recovery from anxiety and depression; Beverly always made me feel at ease and I could really express how I was feeling without judgement during this time.”


“I came to Beverley when I was feeling in my lowest ever point in life and she helped me to understand the root cause of my problems and also taught me scientific methods to overcome the issues I suffered from all my life. She was always energetic, passionate and made me feel comfortable to open up about my deepest and darkest life challenges. With her support, I managed to make a massive progress in a relatively short span of time. I couldn’t have done it without her.”


I went to see Beverley for low self esteem , anxiety and depression last summer. I am so much better and stronger for seeing Beverley. I am able to be kinder to myself and have a stronger sense of self worth. My anxiety levels have also improved. I have learnt so much and know I will continue to grow from all Beverley has taught me.  For me she has a way of knowing what I’m trying to say and just understanding the issue even if I was struggling to explain myself!.  I am so glad I found her back in the summer and would highly recommend Beverley.  She has simply been the best therapist I could have asked for.


“Beverley really helped me through a difficult time in my pregnancy when I was suffering from severe anxiety and OCD. She was always kind, supportive and knowledgeable and gave me many techniques to help deal with things better. I would definitely recommend her to anyone else struggling with these issues.“


Beverly has completely changed my life. I feel like I have gained control over my anxiety and she has taught me so much. She is so understanding and so easy to open up to. I really appreciate all the help she has given me.

Thank you so much. I am so truly grateful for all your help.


Dear Beverley

We just wanted to say how very grateful we are for everything you have done for E.

The transformation from where she was in April to where she is now is nothing short of miraculous.

You have helped to give us our daughter back.

Starting at university was always going to be challenging for her but the pandemic made it doubly so. However, she has thrown herself into it and although she is very limited in terms of what she is allowed to do and who she is allowed to meet, she is doing really well.

She told us this week about someone she knows possibly leaving and doing everything from home for the rest of the term but she was adamant that she wanted to stay even if she was given the option of finishing the term at home.     We couldn’t be prouder of her.

She had her matriculation ceremony online today but she and a number of new friends put on their formal gear and made the most of it.



Beverley helped me through therapy to improve my low self esteem and confidence issues. She taught me how to analyse situations and was always very approachable and ready to listen to what I was trying to say. I now feel so much better about myself and its all thanks to Beverley”.


Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

Registered / Accredited

Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.


British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies

The BABCP is the lead organisation for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in the UK.

Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the practice, theory or development of CBT. BABCP also provides accreditation for CBT therapists.

BABCP accredited members adhere to the Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics in the Practice of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, and are willing to be scrutinised in this adherence as required.


Free initial telephone session

Additional information

Free initial telephone conversation.
Subsequent appointments including initial assessment are charged at
£75:00 per 50 minute session.


Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 5.00pm. Some Weekend appointments available by negotiation.

Further information

All appointments cancelled more than 24 hours before the appointment,will not be charged. Any sessions cancelled less than 24 hours before the appointment, will be charged in full.

St. Neots

Type of session


Types of client

Young people
Older adults

Key details

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Beverley Mongiello

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