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I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). I have 18 years of clinical experience, including 14 years within the NHS. I am passionate about using evidence-based psychotherapy and working collaboratively with clients to improve their mental health and well-being.

I am an experienced therapist, working across a range of mental health difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, and personality disorders.

I am an accredited clinical supervisor with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT).  Over the course of my professional career, I have supervised and managed both qualified and trainee clinical and counselling psychologists within the NHS.

In the past decade, within the NHS I have supervised the work of 27 clinicians (counselling and clinical psychologists), covering approximately over 150 clinical cases.

Clinical supervision sessions in person or online via Zoom are charged at £80 per session.

"Carl is an empathic, diligent and pragmatic psychologist who brings a wealth of experience to supervisory practice. He was instrumental in helping me learn and develop using Cognitive Analytic Therapy. I found Carl’s range of experience, particularly in both CAT and MBT, to be very helpful when working with a range of challenging client presentations. He was able to make complex theory accessible and guided me in bringing this theory to bear in practice." Sam C


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Room 28
Delta House
175-177 Borough High Street

High Holborn

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Carl Taylor, Counselling Psychologist - Psychology & Psychotherapy Services.

Carl Taylor, Counselling Psychologist - Psychology & Psychotherapy Services.