Dr Sarah Ross-Taylor CPsychol MBPsS
I am a chartered Counselling Psychologist working in central and west London with over 10 years of experience working within the field of mental health.
I generally work with individuals but do also see families and couples and facilitate group therapy. I work with adults and adolescents with a variety of mental health difficulties for short-term and long-term therapy. I utilise an integrative approach as I do not believe that one size fits all. My integrative approach includes CBT, Psychodynamic principles, DBT and Schema Therapy, to name but a few.
Previously, I worked privately in the city offering CBT to individuals and couples on a short-term basis. In addition, I was based within the NHS as part of South London and the Maudesley working with personality disorders, trauma, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders. I generally work with complex clinical cases where one method does not suit all. Prior to my time in SLAM, I was based in Central North West London within the Drug and Alcohol Teams in Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham where I worked with individuals and families.
I enjoy working with young people as well as adults and have previously worked within schools with learning disabilities, traumatic brain injuries and behavioural difficulties both in the UK and USA.
Training, qualifications & experience
DPsych Counselling Psychology
MSc Occupational and Organisational Psychology
BPS Chartered Psychologist
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Areas of counselling I deal with