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Clinical Psychologist
in Barnet, North London

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20th February 2018 
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Psychological treatment

I offer help for a range of problems relating to mental health and coping with stress and managing emotions. Each of us is different and we develop problems for diverse reasons and express them in a variety of ways. I will work with you to understand the nature of the problems and the part they play in your life currently before discussing options for treatment. Identifying and describing a psychological problem can itself be difficult, although some of the issues might fall into the following broad categories:

  • mood difficulties, such as depression and anxiety
  • eating disorders - difficulty with controlling the amount you eat or where eating too much or too little has become a way for you to manage stress and negative moods
  • problems with behaviour, such as being addicted to work, shopping, drinking or eating too much
  • difficulties with managing time and procrastination
  • fears and phobias
  • obsessive compulsive behaviour
  • problems in resolving emotional difficulties such as grief and the effects of traumatic memories
  • self-esteem and relationship problems
  • work stress and pressure
  • weight management and obesity
  • coping with chronic illness.

    Enquiries

    I am happy to receive emails or to talk briefly on the telephone in order to let you know whether I am able to help in a particular case or might suggest a different approach to the problem. I regret that I am unable to offer therapy via telephone or email.

    Supervision and teaching

    Therapy supervision, lectures and workshops on eating disorders can be offered to other professionals on request.

    The workshop "Planning and implementing psychological treatment for eating disorders" which I devised in 2014 together with my colleague Sally Savage, was given the British Psychological Society (BPS) seal of approval for the purpose of continuing professional development.