Dr Jason Chan

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BSc (Hons.), MSc, DClinPsy, Pg.Dip (CBT), CPsychol, BABCP
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London, (Near London Liverpool Street), EC2M 4NS
Available for new clients
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This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details


About me

I have more than nine years of experience in offering supervision for qualified clinical psychologists, counselling psychologists and psychotherapists on the use of integrative psychotherapy as well as offering consultation for medical and therapy services on psychological and neuropsychological treatment planning in a wide range of NHS and private settings.

My clinical approach is integrative/wholistic and has a strong emphasis on the interrelations between the phenomenology,  the cognitive-behavioural dimension, psychodynamics and the ecology of an individual's experiences.

It is my belief that consistently effective psychological treatment is the result of (i) a keen, moment-by-moment empathic attunement to the inner experiences of patients and awareness of the interaction of these experiences with the hidden processes within their ecological systems,  (ii) the devisng of incisive and dynamic formulations which draw on multiple theoretical perspectives, and (iii) a mastery in the application of a genuine pluralism of therapeutic approaches, methods and techniques.

What I offer

Depending on your goals and circumstances, my supervision could be tailored to meet your needs for support, learning and reflection through your personal-emotional and transferential processes, the development of comprehensive formulation of symptoms, processes, persons and systems especially for highly complex cases, and the development of your knowledge, skills and techniques. 

I would consider with you the flexible application of various approaches and skills drawn from: Short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy Psychoanalytic theories & Analytical psychology CBT Emotion-focused therapy (EFT) Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) Acceptance- commitment therapy (ACT) EMDR Mindfulness approaches Somatic experiencing Existential Psychotherapy Couples therapy Systemic therapy Transpersonal psychology  Neuropsychology and cognitive rehabilitation.

My aim is to help you work through impasses, produce effective, meaningful and lasting changes in your clients/patients and foster personal and professional growth. I offer both ad-hoc and regular supervision for both individual and group (3-5 people per session).

My specialties include:

  1. Working with individuals, couples, families, social and healthcare systems
  2. Acute & chronic depression Anxiety disorders (including OCD, generalized anxiety disorder, social & performance anxiety, hypochondriasis or health anxiety, panic disorders, and various specific phobias)
  3. Body dysmorphic disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Complex-PTSD
  4. Problems with self-worth and self-esteem
  5. Psychological and relational aftermath of childhood neglect and abuses
  6. Addiction problems (including alcohol, drugs and sex additions)
  7. Eating disorders (including binge-eating, bulimia nervosa and mild to moderate anorexia nervosa)
  8. Psychosexual problems for individuals and couples
  9. Chronic loneliness or emptiness due to attachment difficulties/disorder
  10. Emotional numbness, relationship avoidance
  11. Adjustment disorder following significant losses and other stressful life events
  12. Burnout syndrome and chronic stress
  13. Mental health problems related to long-term health conditions (e.g. chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndromes, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cardiac diseases and COPD)
  14. Mental health problems related to post-stroke and post-brain injuries adjustment difficulties.

I also offers supervision on clinician who practise spiritual counselling for people who identify with suffering from spiritual crisis, loss of meaning or looking for clarity, support and coaching on their personal spiritual journey and practices from Christian, Buddhist, Vedic or other traditions (please email for further information).

I am an established neuropsychologist experienced in conducting neuropsychological assessment, treatment and cognitive rehabilitation for people who suffer from mental health difficulties and neuro-cognitive impairments resulted from acquired brain injuries, stroke or developmental issues such as autism, learning disabilities and ADHD.


Individual - £140 per hour (Trainees - £100 - 2 places)
Online Group (3- 5 people) - £45 per person per hour

British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)

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Accredited register membership

British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies
Accredited Register Scheme

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Zenith Psychology, Longcroft House, 2-8 Victoria Avenue, London, (Near London Liverpool Street), EC2M 4NS

Key details

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Additional languages

Chinese (Native Cantonese, Proficient Mandarin)

Type of session

In person

I offer supervision for integrative psychological treatment (particularly using CBT, Psychodynamic, emotion-focused, EMDR and transpersonal therapy)


Dr Jason Chan
Dr Jason Chan