Nicholas Malik (M.SOPH, BACP) - The Hampstead Therapy Practice

Nicholas Malik (M.SOPH, BACP) - The Hampstead Therapy Practice

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About me

At The Hampstead Therapy Practice I offer individual and group psychotherapy working holistically with both individuals and groups to support them toward recovery and health.

These are some of the common issues that are dealt with through psychotherapy:

  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Relationship problems
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Low esteem
  • Work-related issues
  • PTSD
  • Anger Management
  • Personal development

Psychotherapy is commonly used for problems that have built up over a number of years. Some people refer to psychotherapy as a talking treatment because the journey is one made in dialogue with a therapist rather than through the use of drugs. It clarifies positive or anxious feelings, as well as helping people accept their strong or weak points. If people can identify their feelings and ways of thinking they become better at coping with difficult situations.

Together we seek an understanding of the current difficulties.The understanding that past events can impact upon current ones necessitates that we think about childhood experiences. This collaborative exploration between us both gives an opportunity for understanding and insight that can lead to the resolution of the problem. One-to-one psychotherapy can be short-term, continue for several months, or may sometimes be open-ended

Your initial Session

Building a relationship with your therapist can take time. Initial feelings of anxiety about this can be aired in the session bringing relief. This in turn can open up much needed dialogue and shed light on previously hidden problems bringing a new clarity to them. This brings both relief and hope as a feeling of being heard and understood deepens.

Sessions generally occur once a week and they last for fifty minutes.

Training, qualifications & experience

Nick Malik (M.SOPH, MBACP)

  • Certificate in Group Analytic Studies, IGA, London
  • MA in Psychotherapy and Healing Practice, University of Middlesex
  • Member of BACP
  • Member of The Society of Psychology and Healing

I hold qualifications in group psychotherapy from the Institute of Group Analysis in London, have an MA from The Marian Foundation (Society of Psychology and Healing.) I am a member of BACP, the main regulating body for psychotherapists and also The Society of Psychology and Healing. As such I am bound by their codes for ethics and good practice.

I have trained as both a group therapist and a Jungian psychotherapist. The Jungian perspective holds that understanding the meaning in your difficulty, whatever that may be, brings the much needed balance and well being that is being sought after.

I have worked in a variety of treatment centres across London and south-east England.

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Your initial consultation will be free.

Before commencing psychotherapy, Nick will discuss your requirements with you and establish how you might best work together.


  • Individual Sessions 50 minutes: £75
  • Group Sessions, 90 minutes: £30
  • Relationship Sessions £90

A number of concessions are available for those on low incomes.

Further information

The Hampstead Therapy Practice is well served by both buses and tube trains and is a five minute walk from Hampstead underground on the Northern line.

Maps & Directions

London, NW3

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: Spoken French


Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: Unspecified


Sessions are available Monday to Friday both during the day and in the evenings.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults