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Our Experts

Our Clinical Experts

 

Our global team of psychologists and psychiatrists has been built in order to provide a best in class service. Our team use their specialist knowledge, professionalism and communication skills to demonstrate consistent and reliable outcomes.

Psychiatrists

 
Dr Gary Bell

Dr Gary Bell

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Gary Bell is an experienced Consultant Psychiatrist and Executive Coach. He read Oriental Studies followed by Medicine at the University of Queensland. He came to the UK to specialise in psychiatry. He became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1985 and a Fellow in 2000.

His main areas of clinical interest are perinatal mental health, complex anxiety and depressive disorders and ADHD and co-existing physical ill health such as chronic pain and cancer. He is currently the Mental Health Lead for St Luke’s Healthcare for the Clergy. He was previously a Lecturer at UCH and a Senior Lecturer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical Schools and an Examiner for the University of London and the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He has published widely in the fields of medical education and liaison psychiatry.

His work as an Executive Coach draws upon years of clinical experience but focuses on helping individuals identify a greater sense of purpose within and find the motivation to implement the necessary changes in their life to achieve this.

Away from medicine, Gary enjoys rugby (as a spectator!), music, including relearning the piano and spending time with family and friends.

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Dr Edward Clark

Dr Edward Clark

Psychiatrist

Dr Edward Clark read Economics at the University of Nottingham before undertaking his medical studies at the University of Warwick where he developed an early interest in psychiatry and was president of the University Psychiatry Society.

He completed his psychiatry core training at Central London teaching hospitals where he worked in both inpatient and community settings, covering a full range of ages from children to older adults. He has taught and examined medical students at both Imperial College London and University College London, and is keen to encourage and support the next generation of psychiatrists.

He is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and approved under section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act.

After work you will find him at his local tennis club, and at the weekend he unwinds by playing golf, hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Eleanor Coote

Dr Eleanor Coote

Psychiatrist

Dr Eleanor Coote completed an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of Sussex, before completing her medical studies at Barts and the London medical school.

Dr Coote completed psychiatry core training at South London and the Maudsley, working in general adult, older adult and learning disability psychiatry across inpatient and community settings. She has most recently been working as a specialty doctor in Liaison psychiatry at a busy London teaching hospital, and has a keen interest in the interplay between physical and mental health conditions. She is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is approved under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act.

Prior to psychiatry training, Eleanor worked as a Population Health Fellow, exploring the experience of access to health services by people experiencing homelessness. She is a course facilitator with the organization VITA, providing training for healthcare professionals in safeguarding victims of human trafficking and exploitation.

Outside of work Eleanor enjoys cold water swimming, yoga and campervan trips.

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Dr Dominic de Souza

Dr Dominic de Souza

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Dominic de Souza qualified from Leeds University, trained in Melbourne, Australia and London and has been a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2007, working across both the NHS and private sector. As a Royal College examiner and tutor, he is involved in teaching and training of junior doctors and medical students. He also advises health insurance providers.

Dominic takes a recovery-orientated and holistic approach to assessment and treatment of adults with mental health problems. His interests include mood and anxiety disorders, psychosis, trauma, personality disorders, learning disability and ADHD. His additional forensic and legal training provides further expertise in preparing medicolegal reports ranging from criminal cases to employment/occupational matters.

Outside of work, Dominic enjoys playing and watching sports with his kids, reading and going to music concerts/festivals.

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Dr Francesca Ducci

Dr Francesca Ducci

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Francesca Ducci trained in psychiatry in Italy and in London. She did a PhD in addiction biology in Italy and worked for four years as postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, USA.

She published a number of research articles on addiction and other mental health disorders in prestigious scientific journals

She works both in the private sector and NHS. She does her private practice in Harley street with the Cognacity team. Since 2013, she has been appointed as substantive Consultant Psychiatrist at South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust and she is currently working in the Early Intervention in Psychosis team.

She consults both in English and Italian.

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Dr Helena Fox

Dr Helena Fox

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Helena Fox is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in General Psychiatry and Eating Disorders for adults.

After qualifying in Medicine, she trained in psychiatry at Kings College and the Maudsley Hospitals, London, gaining membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1989. In Oxford, she gained further specialist experience in acute general psychiatry and psychological treatment methods including individual and group dynamic psychotherapy and a certificate in Cognitive Therapy. Subsequently, she worked as an NHS Consultant in Buckinghamshire in general psychiatry and also applied her relevant experience to the field of Eating Disorders. She was project leader for the start-up of a new adult eating disorder service in Buckinghamshire and appointed the initial outpatient specialist team for the county. This service has now combined with Oxford. In 2003, she moved into the independent sector working in both general adult psychiatry and within a specialist Eating Disorder team that provided comprehensive care to inpatients, day patients and outpatients. Her work incorporated various treatment modalities (as above) within multidisciplinary teams.

Alongside medicine, she gained a Masters and PhD in arts-based research practice. Combining methods from both medical and arts-based practices, she designed innovative contemplative and enhanced reflective processes to explore everyday aesthetic experience (sensory perception and imagination) in healthcare practitioners to raise awareness of deeper understandings contributing to greater human connectivity. She co-founded the Aesthetics in Mental Health Group (Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Health & Social Care, St Catherine’s College, Oxford); is an editorial advisor for ‘The Oxford Handbook of Mental Health and Contemporary Aesthetics’ and edited a section of chapters related to her research.

Consultations offered for outpatient care for adults (from 18 years): depression, anxiety disorders, stress and related issues; anorexia and bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and atypical eating disorders.

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Dr Pardeep Grewal

Dr Pardeep Grewal

Consultant Psychiatrist

Qualifying at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London School of Medicine in London in the last century,  Dr Pardeep Grewal now has more than 25 years of combined NHS  and private psychiatry in London.  The majority  of this has been at senior consultant level . He is clinical teacher at University College London Medical School and Queen Mary University London.  He is also Associate Professor at St George’s University, Grenada.  Pardeep has expertise across general psychiatry, psychology, addictions, ADHD, mood disorders,  anxiety disorders, OCD and trauma related disorder.  He takes combined approach that includes psychology and medication if needed.

Pardeep is a dedicated clinician, educator, academic and clinical leader. In 2016, in recognition of his contribution to psychiatry,  he was awarded Fellowship to The Royal College of Psychiatrists.  Since 2014 he has been Member of the Academy of Medical Educators. He was a Specialist Advisor to the Care Quality Commission between 2015 and 2021 and Examiner for the Royal College of Psychiatrists for 10 years until 2020.

He has been a clinical lead for numerous NHS services for 10 years and then Divisional Clinical Director in North London until 2023. He is a graduate of the Nye Bevan Programme at the NHS Leadership Academy.  He is also a respected and established clinical expert for hearings, various court cases and for the High Courts of Justice.  He has more than 200 appearances in court or hearings.

When not working he spends his time parenting, cycling, reading rubbish thrillers and spending time with Star, his therapy dog. Unlike Star, Pardeep has endured the pleasure and pain of lifetime support for Arsenal FC.

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Dr Sharad Haridas

Dr Sharad Haridas

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Sharad Haridas is a Consultant Psychiatrist in General Psychiatry and Addiction medicine at Cognacity. With an international background having grown up in Singapore, he trained in Psychiatry in London, becoming a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2015. He has held various NHS Consultant roles since 2019, and is the lead for an NHS drug service and community mental health team. He also consults for a detox and rehab facility.

Sharad has been an honorary lecturer at UCL medical school and he continues to deliver lectures to higher trainees in Psychiatry. He is published in the field of Psychedelic Drug Research at Imperial College. His main area of clinical practice is the confluence of mental ill-health, addictions and ADHD. A maxim to his practice is that empathy is central to the recovery of the individual. He has long been interested in new and emerging  treatments for mental health and the neuroscience behind them. His avenues of enquiry include health optimisation via intermittent fasting, and supporting client lifestyles to enhance the interface between gut and brain.

Being a lifelong tennis player and all-round sportsperson, he understands the spirit of competition, but also brings a lightness to the table. In his free time, he also enjoys playing the guitar and piano, and has a deep passion for the wild landscapes of this World.

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Dr Phil Hopley

Dr Phil Hopley

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Phil Hopley is a Medical Doctor and Consultant Psychiatrist. After 19 years working with the NHS, he founded Cognacity and is now Managing Director.

Phil’s training in forensic, general and sport psychiatry combined with a career playing Premiership rugby enabled him to develop his passion for the mental health of elite performance in sport and business. In recent years Phil has worked as the mental health advisor to a number of blue chip organisations and sport bodies guiding mental health strategy development and providing coaching / crisis support. Phil is also nationally recognised as an accomplished expert witness in a wide range of medico-legal areas including high profile sport disciplinary matters.

In his downtime, mindful dog walking, watching sport, playing golf and trying to keep up with the next generation of Hopleys helps to keep him balanced.

Specialist Interests

  • Strategic Advisory
  • Board Level Leadership & Performance Coaching
  • Crisis Management

 

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Watch Dr Hopley’s talk on Performance Under Pressure

Dr Harrison Howarth

Dr Harrison Howarth

Psychiatrist

Dr Harrison Howarth graduated from Imperial College London School of Medicine with a distinction in medicine and a first-class honours degree in research sciences. He developed an early interest in psychiatry and completed his core training in North Central London. Harrison gained experience in the care of both inpatients and outpatients with a range of presenting illnesses including complex depression, anxiety and trauma, ADHD, psychosis, and substance misuse issues.

Harrison is published in both the fields of psychiatry and general internal medicine, with a particular research interest in the mental health of athletes competing at the elite level. He recently authored the psychiatry chapter of a medical school textbook, along with Dr Gary Bell, a colleague at Cognacity.

Harrison is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and approved under section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act as having special experience in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.

Outside of work, Harrison has a passion for music and plays in a folk-rock’n’roll band. He also enjoys long walks in the country with his dog, Finn.

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Dr Alexander Langford

Dr Alexander Langford

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Alex Langford qualified as a doctor in 2009. He became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2012, and a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2014. He also holds a BSc in Psychology.

Alex completed his psychiatric training in London and Oxford. His NHS consultant posts were on female and intensive care psychiatric units, before he moved completely into independent practice in 2022.

Dr Langford treats a wide range of mental illnesses including mood, anxiety, personality disorders, and psychotic illnesses. He has a special interest in occupational psychiatry, that is, the interaction between mental health and work.

Dr Langford is on the RCPsych Occupational Psychiatry Special Interest Group committee, and has a Diploma in Occupational Medicine. He enjoys exercise, mindfulness, chess, and spending time with his family.

Dr Langford is available for face-to-face sessions in London and Oxford as well as consultations via Zoom.

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Dr Alison Lennox

Dr Alison Lennox

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Alison Lennox is a Consultant Psychiatrist and an expert in neurodevelopmental conditions.  She is one of few adult psychiatrists in the UK with specialist expertise in the assessment of Adult Autism.  Outside of her work with Cognacity, Alison is a Clinical Lead for the Buckinghamshire NHS Adult Autism Diagnostic Service.  Alison is a member of the Executive Committee for the Royal College of Psychiatrists Neurodevelopmental Special Interest Group.  She is delighted to have been invited to contribute to the National Autism Training Programme for Psychiatrists.

Alison read for an undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge before completing her medical degree at University College London.  She trained as a doctor in Oxford and became a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2014.  Today when time permits, she tutors and examines Oxford University medical students in clinical communication.

She has significant experience in the interplay of Autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD.  She delivers a weekly NHS adult ADHD clinic providing diagnostic assessments, medication titrations, and Shared Care recommendations.

Alison is regarded as a compassionate doctor who is focused on delivering high quality Autism assessments by understanding and supporting the experience of individuals.  She provides a careful, accurate and thoughtful assessment with individualised recommendations.

Her training in general and liaison psychiatry means Alison is also able to understand the interplay of neurodevelopmental, mental health and medical conditions.  She is particularly interested in commonly co-occurring conditions such as eating disorder and OCD and understands different autistic presentations and masking.

In her leisure time Alison enjoys Peloton, following Formula One, poetry, and walking her dog in the countryside.

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Dr Filippo Passetti

Dr Filippo Passetti

Consultant Psychiatrist

After studying medicine in Florence (Italy), Dr Filippo Passetti went to Cambridge to study towards a PhD in Experimental Psychology. He then trained in clinical psychiatry in Cambridge and London, including lectureships at the Royal Free & UCL and at St. George’s Medical Schools.

He worked as consultant psychiatrist at Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust and at the Cambridge community alcohol services before starting in private practice. His main academic interests have been in the neuropsychological changes associated with addictive disorders and the neuropsychological/ functional MRI predictors of clinical outcome in addiction treatment.

Since joining Cognacity, Filippo has become increasingly interested in resilience and stress-related disorders, particularly in the context of parental separation and divorce. At Cognacity, Filippo leads on the development of the addiction treatment services, including the residential gambling treatment services based at Leon House in Manchester.

In his mid-life, Filippo has taken up kitesurfing and anything resembling it (skateboarding, snowboarding and sliding on slippery floors).

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Dr Monica Ramirez

Dr Monica Ramirez

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Monica Ramirez trained as a general psychiatrist in Hospital de La Princesa, Spain. In the NHS Dr Ramirez works as a the C&A consultant psychiatrist in the Early Intervention in Psychosis Team and is the Lead of the Emotional Disorders Team in her CAMHS service.

Dr Ramirez has a bio-psycho-social approach to Mental Health. This means she sees mental health problems emerging from a combination of factors including biological (e.g. genetics) psychological, family and environmental factors (e.g school, community). Dr Ramirez endeavours to involve both the family and the child/ young person in the initial assessment and should it be helpful (e.g. ADHD assessment) obtain school feedback in order to undertake a thorough assessment.

Dr Ramirez covers all areas of child psychiatry. She also has particular expertise in depression/anxiety, ADHD and psychosis. She has extensive experience in using medication to treat mental health problems. However, she also explores other options, including psycho-education, individual talking therapy, parenting interventions, family therapy (among others) before considering starting a new medication.

Dr Ramirez endeavours to empower her patients to be part of the decision-making process regarding the best medication and treatment plan, by discussing the various options including different types of psychological therapies and any potential side effects of the medication. She consults in English and Spanish.

For more information on Dr Monica Ramirez please contact reception.

Dr Matthew Sawa

Dr Matthew Sawa

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Matthew Sawa is a Medical Doctor and a Consultant Psychiatrist. He has extensive experience in Psychiatry both in the NHS and Independently. He became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2006. He then completed his higher training in General Adult Psychiatry in in 2010, by being awarded a dual Certificate of Completion of Training in General Adult and Rehabilitation Psychiatry. Matthew was then awarded with Distinction a Master Degree in Healthcare Education and Clinical Leadership by Kingston University, London. He acted as a Clinical Advisor for the Royal Pharmaceutical Council from 2012 to 2015. He has led various audits, research and quality improvement activities since 2002.

Dr Sawa is passionate about re-integrating adults back into a fulfilling and meaningful life. He believes that effective management of mental illness commences with careful listening and eliciting a comprehensive history, including relationship with parents and early childhood experiences, current circumstances, habits, preferences, diet and future aims and objectives. Dr Sawa’s dual training in General Psychiatry and Rehabilitation Psychiatry enables him to formulate comprehensive treatment plans in partnership with the clients.

Matthew maintains careful work life balance, by spending meaningful time with his wife and three children. He enjoys listening to a wide range of music genres, cycling, swimming, cooking and reading.

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Dr Sylvia Tang

Dr Sylvia Tang

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Sylvia Tang is a highly trained Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, based in London. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, psychosis, emotional instability, eating disorders, OCD and PTSD. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.  She started her first Consultant post in 2001 at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust, where she also became Medical Director and Deputy Chief Executive. From 2001 to 2014 she worked in an inner London community, inpatient wards and crisis team.

She joined Priory Group as Group Medical Director in 2014, becoming Chief Executive of Priory Healthcare. In 2020 she was appointed as Chief Executive of Huntercombe Group to lead the sale and then Chief Executive of Active Care Group in April 2021. She held NED roles at Vision Mental Health 2012-14 and Smart TMS 2019-2022. She left Active Care Group in June 2023 to pursue a portfolio career.

She has sat on variety of committees including NHS England London Clinical Senate to review service reconfiguration in London, NHSE Mental Health Payment Steering Group and London Mental Health Strategic Clinical Network. She has served on the advisory board of a charity, advisor for Mental Health First Aid and a bereavement charity.

Sylvia has developed many leaders to take leadership roles in large corporate companies and the NHS. She has been coaching leaders since 2011, with an excellent track record of success for those she has coached to progress to their next role. She draws on her coaching training,  training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, CAT, systemic therapy and her own leadership experience, using a reflective and questioning style focusing on purpose and strengths.

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Dr Pamela Walters

Dr Pamela Walters

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Pamela Walters is a Consultant Psychiatrist with expertise in general adult, addiction and forensic psychiatry. She treats a wide range of disorders, including psychosis, mood disturbances, trauma, substance misuse, neuro-developmental disorder, anxiety disorders, PTSD and has a keen interest in sports psychiatry.

She has worked extensively in the NHS and more recently the private and charity sectors. She has worked in forensic services, prisons, outpatient and in-patient hospitals including private in-patient and outpatient settings.

Pamela has worked for the national substance misuse and mental health charity, The Forward Trust as clinical director and responsible officer, 2017-2022 where she has developed services and designed treatment pathways, supported doctors and had extensive involvement in doctor’s training, and evaluating patient experience. She has worked as a national advisor for psychiatric standards for the Parliamentary and health services ombudsman. Pamela has been a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists addictions executive and is currently the addictions advisor to SEPSIG (Sports and Exercise Special Interest Group) at the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Pamela has published research on substance misuse, sports matters and mental health dilemmas with Imperial College and Harvard University. In 2021 she collaborated with the University of Wisconsin on substance misuse management in athletes. More recently, she has written contemporary articles for the Drink and Drug news. Pamela has taught on the MSc course at the Institute of Psychiatry on both Forensic and Addictions courses.

Pamela is passionate about psychedelic medicine, which she sees as the future of psychiatry. She is currently training in psychedelic medicine at the Mind Foundation Berlin and is a keen member of the psychedelic community UK and Europe-wide and a member of PHP. Pamela is also involved in clinical trials in UK with psychedelics medicine in mental health.

In her downtime, Pamela is a keen runner & engages in well-being practices of mindfulness and meditation and enjoys painting.

For more information on Dr Pamela Walters please contact reception.

 

Psychologists and Psychotherapists

 
Dr Monique Basson

Dr Monique Basson

Counselling Psychologist

Dr Monique Basson is a HCPC and HPSCA registered counselling psychologist. She obtained her doctorate at the University of the Free State in Psychology. She is an associate psychologist for the Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP) at North-West University and a research supervisor in the Department of Psychology at the University of the Free State.

She has also been employed at Houghton House Rehabilitation Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa and is a member of BAPSA (Board of Addiction Professionals South Africa). She therefore works predominantly with substance, alcohol and behaviour related disorders and individuals struggling with chemical and behavioural dependence.

Monique further has a special interest in working with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, and relationship adversities. She has a strong inclination for working from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) perspective and focusses on enhancing wellbeing amongst adults. She is further trained in various approaches, including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) and Schema Therapy.

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Gary Bloom

Gary Bloom

Clinical Psychotherapist

Gary Bloom is a clinical psychotherapist working from our Harley Street clinic. Gary treats conditions like depression, anxiety, addictive behaviours, relationship issues and also specialises in teenagers who are finding it hard to find a way in the world.

Gary holds a postgraduate diploma in Psychotherapy and a BA honours from the University of Wales. His specialities include treating elite sportsmen and women and he presents a radio show on this topic, “on the sporting couch“ on talkSPORT.

Gary Bloom is the Sports Performance Psychotherapist at Oxford United Football Club.

Gary’s first book about his work as a clinical sports psychotherapist ‘Keeping your Head in the Game’ was published by Penguin Books in Feb 2021

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Richard Denny

Richard Denny

Trauma Therapist

Richard Denny is an accredited Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP) member and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) practitioner, having completed EMDR training with Richard Mitchell and Dr Manda Holmshaw of EMDR Europe in 2015. He is a member of the EMDR Association of UK and Ireland.

He trained in Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention with Devon Ashwood at Action on Addiction’s Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies and has been running MBRP groups at Start2Stop since 2013.

Richard has supported clients at The Hepatitis C Trust since 2009, working with disproportionately affected groups with a high prevalence of mental health disorders and addiction issues, who are often marginalised and have poor access to healthcare and health outcomes, including injecting drug users, the homeless and ethnic minorities.

His experience in the Third Sector developing, funding and delivering outreach programs for Hepatitis C clients, allowed him to acquire growing recognition and knowledge of ‘syndemics’, where clusters of disease act collectively and exacerbate the prognosis and burden for those affected, and he has promoted the need to build strong health systems that are accessible, affordable, and available for vulnerable populations worldwide.

Richard is a founder member of the Trauma Centre UK, a new, patient-centred, peer-led charity that promotes trauma awareness, understanding and education within professional bodies and institutions, with the aim of improving trauma related public services.

He completed certification in bio-feedback (HeartMath 2018), delivering scientifically validated methods to help clients increase resilience in challenging emotional climates.

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Neelam Dosanjh

Neelam Dosanjh

Clinical Psychologist

Neelam Dosanjh is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist and an Organisational Consultant. She has worked in the NHS for over 25 years managing and leading psychological services. A key aspect of her work is to conduct a full assessment to collaborate with the patient on the best treatment approach.

She provides brief and longer term therapy using a wide range of approaches for her clinical work which include psychodynamic therapy, Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) which is NICE recommended for depression and anxiety, Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) another NICE recommended short term therapy for depression, CBT and Mentalisation Based Treatment (MBT) for personality difficulties.

Neelam provides clinical services for a range of presentations with an underlying key focus on relational experiences and attachment theory. Clinical services include relationship difficulties, depression and anxiety, addictions, personality difficulties , eating disorders, post -traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders, stress and work related stress

She is an accredited supervisor and trainer with the Anna Freud Centre.
She is professionally accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and the Health Professionals Council (HCPC).

Her passion includes supporting the NHS and social justice.

 

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Samantha Farag

Samantha Farag

Counselling Psychologist

Samantha Farag is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with over 15 years of experience in private practice and in the NHS where she set up and managed a Talking Therapies service for several years. Samantha Farag is a Practitioner Psychologist (HCPC); an Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (BABCP) and an Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society.

Samantha also established and directs the MSc. in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her specialisms includes adult mental health, and personal and professional development within high performance settings including corporations and elite sports.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and is always ready to try something new.

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Dr Anna Goodson

Dr Anna Goodson

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Anna Goodson studied Psychology at Newcastle University and completed her clinical psychology doctorate at University College London (UCL). She is now a Clinical Psychologist accredited by the HCPC and has worked in mental health in the NHS for 9 years in various roles, trusts and services. Anna’s varied experience in mental health has informed her clinical practice and she takes an integrative clinical approach. Anna has experience in a range of therapeutic modalities but in particular draws upon Cognitive-Behavioural, Narrative and Psychodynamic approaches in her clinical work. She enjoys working with individuals from different backgrounds, of different ages and supporting them with a range of difficulties. In particular Anna has experience in supporting those who struggle with difficulties such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm and developmental disorders.

Anna has a particular interest in the mind-body connection and supporting individuals whose problems may have been described as “medically-unexplained”. She has good experience of working within medical settings to support individuals with difficulties such as, rheumatological difficulties, tinnitus, hearing loss, migraines, chronic pain, musculoskeletal difficulties, and health anxiety.

Outside of work Anna enjoys spending time with her young family and catching up with friends. She enjoys being active outdoors, BBQs and spending time in the countryside.

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Dr Huw Goodwin

Dr Huw Goodwin

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Huw Goodwin is a Clinical Psychologist and was previously the Mental Health Lead at the Royal Ballet School. He has worked in the NHS in a wide range of mental health settings and has combined this with extensive experience in the world of sport performance.

Further to his clinical expertise, Huw has provided education, advice and training to professional (and Olympic) athletes, coaches, sports physicians, physiotherapists, nutritionists, and other support personnel; along with teaching at university and college environments.

Prior to his current career, Huw had been an athlete on a UK Sport Olympic training programme, as well as being a professional rugby league player before that. He is now a qualified coach in Rugby League, Handball, and Football, and is a former Head Coach of a professional player development programme in rugby league.

Special interests
• Anxiety Disorder
• Depression
• OCD
• Eating Disorder
• Chronic Pain
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
• Burnout
• Wellbeing and Performance

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Dr Sarah Keen

Dr Sarah Keen

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Sarah Keen is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with a broad range of experience and knowledge from the 15 years that she has been offering mental health assessment and treatment. This has largely been within the NHS, but most recently she has worked within the charity and private sectors also. She is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is a Chartered Member of The British Psychological Society (BPS).

Following her doctoral training, she has kept up-to-date through much personal and professional development. This enables her to work with many different types of difficulty and to utilise a variety of different modes of therapy, in particular Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Systemic Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness based approaches, which she can then tailor to the individual needs of each client. That said, her greatest passion in her work is for Compassion Focused Therapy – a ‘third wave’ therapy, blending ideas from evolutionary psychology with the latest understanding from the neuroscience literature. This approach offers a ‘humanist’ way of conceptualising mental distress, and can be used to support and inform individuals or couples who present with all sorts of personal challenges in their lives. This way of working embodies Sarah’s own beliefs about the beauty, but also the struggles, of being human, and helps direct us to how we might best heal and strengthen ourselves and each other.

In addition, Sarah has extensive specialist experience of trauma focused work and has worked with both perpetrators and survivors of significant crimes. She has also worked with military veterans, and understands the unique challenges of repatriation to a ‘normal’ life after significant traumas and distancing.

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Dr Sarah Jane Khalid

Dr Sarah Jane Khalid

Counselling Psychologist

Dr Sarah Jane Khalid is a Chartered Consultant Counselling Psychologist, an Accredited CBT Psychotherapist and Life Coach who has a wealth of experience and knowledge from her 15 years in the NHS, as well as charity and private sectors. She has extensive training in different modes of therapy, in particular Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion Focused Therapy.

Sarah Jane also is a visiting lecturer for accredited CBT Courses and her specialisms include low self-esteem/confidence, dermatology conditions, and women’s issues such as returning to work and post natal depression.

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Deborah Kinsey

Deborah Kinsey

CBT Therapist

Deborah Kinsey is an Assistant Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Therapist who works with adults, adolescents, children and their families.

Deborah has experience of working with depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, PTSD, low self-esteem, perfectionism, anger management and interpersonal difficulties as well as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She has worked at Cognacity for over 10 years, and previously worked within the NHS IAPT service delivering evidenced based interventions with a strong emphasis on assessment, formulation and specific treatment protocols.

Within private practice she draws upon a holistic and integrative approach to therapy including person-centred, psychodynamic, attachment theory and life-span development in addition to third wave CBT therapies such as Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness based practice. Deborah is experienced in delivering both online and face-to-face therapy.

In her spare time, Deborah enjoys spending time with her family which includes two Maine Coon cats and visiting the theatre

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Psychology – The Open University
MSc CBT – Goldsmiths University London
Final year Counselling Psychology Doctorate – Wolverhampton University

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Dr Kathryn Kissell

Dr Kathryn Kissell

Counselling Psychologist

Kathryn is a Counselling Psychologist. She has extensive experience working in the NHS, mental health charity, private sector and workplace settings.

Kathryn employs an integrative therapeutic style, working collaboratively to tailor her interventions to the specific needs of the client. Her approach draws on humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural modalities as well as systemic therapeutic approaches.

Kathryn offers both long and short term individual client work. She works with individuals experiencing a range of difficulties including anxiety disorders, depression, stress, work and relationship difficulties, bereavement and loss.

Kathryn also works with couples and families.

As a Bowen Systems couples therapist Kathryn works with couples to support them to address the challenges facing them and to build strong, long-lasting relationships. Couples may be in crisis, struggling with a significant challenge or simply feeling disconnected. She sees couples of all ages, whether married or not, mixed or same sex, living together or apart.

As a Bowen Systems Family therapist Kathryn supports families to deepen their connections, communicate better and find creative ways to work together to get through stressful times. The whole family may be in difficulty, or one member in particular may be struggling and their problems affecting the rest of the family.

Kathryn works with families with children and adults of all ages and across all generations, living together or apart. For individual therapy clients who are between 16 and 18 years old, monthly family therapy is a vital part of the therapeutic process.

Kathryn is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She completed her clinical doctorate in Counselling Psychology at University of Roehampton and holds a BA(Hons) and MA(Oxon) in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University. Kathryn is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

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Julie Knight

Julie Knight

Counselling Psychologist

Julie is a registered Consultant Counselling Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).  She has over 27 years of clinical practice across community, EAP and Mental health Inpatient units in Australia and the UK. Within clinical lead posts Julie has contributed to the development of innovative models and programmes for care and recovery.

In response to an individual’s difficulties, Julie will match and integrate a range of psychological approaches such as ACT, CBT, DBT, Narrative therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Her clinical speciality includes Addictions Therapy and EMDR. Julie has expertise in psychometric assessments.

Julie has extensive experience in the provision of clinical supervision to other Health Care professionals. Above all, she values the healing power of the therapeutic relationship and is committed and passionate about helping others to find their own voice and embrace recovery. Away from practice Julie enjoys DIY projects, planting spring bulbs and National Trust Properties.

Dr Danielle Landau

Dr Danielle Landau

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Danielle Landau studied Social & Political Sciences at Cambridge University and qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2009 from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. She is a BABCP-accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, and now integrates a variety of approaches including CBT, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and mindfulness.

Danielle worked in the NHS for over 10 years and has been in private practice since 2015. She specialises in the treatment of anxiety, depression and sleep difficulties, and loves working together with clients to help move beyond psychological suffering towards enhanced wellbeing and quality of life.

Outside of work, Danielle enjoys being outdoors in nature, hiking and swimming.

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Dr Marisa Lang

Dr Marisa Lang

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Marisa Lang is a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist experienced in Adult Mental Health and Corporate Well-being Programmes.

She obtained her clinical doctorate at University College London and specialised in Cognitive-Behavioural approaches at Oxford University. Drawing on evidence-based practice, her work is characterised by an integrative, client-centred and collaborative approach.

Having worked in the field of stress-management and mental-health awareness for over 20 years, she is part of Cognacity’s Corporate Service team delivering workshops across the UK and Internationally.

Marisa has been pivotal in the development of various training programmes covering topics such as Mental Health and Burnout Awareness, as well as Resilience and Wellbeing promotion. She has considerable delivery experience across professional services firms, helping people in high pressure environments apply evidence-based strategies to optimise performance and wellbeing.

 

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Ranjit Mann

Ranjit Mann

Counselling Psychologist

Ranjit Mann is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with an excess of 15 years’ experience, which has encompassed a charity-funded women’s centre, the Independent sector and the NHS, in addition to extensive experience in private practice. Within the NHS, Ranjit has previously held core roles in setting up both a Community Adult Eating Disorder Service, and a Mental Health and Well-Being service within the Occupational Health Department. Ranjit is also a guest lecturer on a London University’s Master’s Degree Course. Ranjit is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and British Psychological Society and is an Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society.

Drawing on evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence, her work is characterised by an integrative, collaborative approach, with an underlying focus on relational experiences and attachment theory. Her specialisms include; EMDR, CBT, DBT, post-graduate diploma in Systemic Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, MANTRA and Mindfulness. Ranjit works with a wide spectrum of clinical and complex psychological conditions such as the bi-polar spectrum, complex trauma, PTSD, addictions, weight management, pain management, mood disorders and anxiety disorders, as well as in the treatment of eating disorders complicated by symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder, Severe and enduring mental health difficulties and medically unexplained symptoms. she works with adults, adolescents and children presenting with complex difficulties.

Ranjit enjoys going to exhibitions, theatre, socialising and taking her own advice of trying to spend time at home having a duvet holiday on a Sunday once a month.

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Dom Merchant

Dom Merchant

Psychotherapist

Dom Merchant MBACP, AP ADAP – Cognitive Psychotherapist

Dom Merchant is a BACP registered Cognitive Psychotherapist with a particular focus on metacognitive and mindfulness-based approaches. Having initially studied Human Sciences at Oxford, Dom trained in Addiction Psychology and Counselling at London South Bank University. He graduated with distinction and is currently undertaking Masterclass training with the Metacognitive Therapy Institute. He is an Advanced Practitioner member of Addiction Professionals (formerly FDAP).

Dom’s main clinical interests are anxiety disorders, ADHD, and addictive behaviours of all kinds, and he aims to help clients relate to their thoughts and behaviours in more helpful ways. Alongside his practice, Dom is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Addictive Behaviours Research at LSBU where he also provides counselling skills, safeguarding and resilience training.

He has worked in both luxury private settings and the prison system, and continues to provide reflective practice and resilience support to frontline teams in a men’s prison and a special educational needs school in East London.

Away from work, Dom enjoys swimming, sailing, kitesurfing and most other water-based activities. He completed a Channel relay swim for charity after leaving school, but is not built for cold water!

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Dr Nick Mooney

Dr Nick Mooney

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Nick Mooney is an HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist who has worked extensively across a broad range of mental and physical health services in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Nick has particular interests in working with adolescents and adult populations who are experiencing psychological and emotional challenges. These challenges may also be secondary to physical illness and injury, including cancer and chronic pain.

Nick aims to provide effective assessment and therapy for a variety of common psychological, emotional, and behavioural difficulties. He has experience providing a number of therapy approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Nick’s approach is one of collaboration and guidance. Once the factors that are maintaining the difficulties are understood, Nick can help you learn specific techniques to manage these challenges and take steps towards improving the activities and relationships that are important to you.

Nick recognises that the end goal of therapy is not to ‘fix’, or ‘cure’ the anxiety, stress, or pain. Instead, it is about learning to acknowledge that our thoughts and feelings are valid given our experiences in life, and that psychological strength comes from living well with the natural discomfort that arises from pursuing valued goals. In order to practice this attitude Nick regularly competes in long distance running events, and is an ardent fan of a reliably unpredictable London-based football club.

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Dr Guy Moss

Dr Guy Moss

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Guy Moss qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in the year 2000 and worked in a variety of in-patient and out-patient NHS hospital settings prior to joining Cognacity in 2008.

In his clinical practice, Guy thrives on variety and specialises in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) & Mindfulness for treating Depression and Anxiety Disorders, Alcohol and Behavioural Addictions, Relationship Unhappiness (and Couple Therapy), Bereavement, Trauma, Panic, OCD, ADHD, Impulse Control (Anger/Eating) and Asperger’s Syndrome.

Guy is an Associate Fellow with the BPS and is registered with HCPC and EuroPsy. Guy is also a Chartered Neuropsychologist and provides expert witness reports in fitness to work, occupational stress and personal injury.

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Dr Cinzia Pezzolesi

Dr Cinzia Pezzolesi

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Cinzia Pezzolesi is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and a qualified Mindfulness Teacher. She has a post graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy from Oxford University. Cinzia is currently acting as the Clinical Director of the Mindfulness Project and is collaborating both with the clinical and corporate teams at Cognacity.

Cinzia has started her career as researcher at Hertfordshire University where she gained a PhD in the topic of “human factors and patient safety’. Before moving the UK, Cinzia was a professional volleyball player for several years and she still cultivates a passion for sports and healthy eating.

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Gisela Ramirez

Gisela Ramirez

CBT Therapist

Gisela Ramirez has 20 years experience working in mental health. Gisela started as a staff nurse in a medium secure unit after completing a BSc in Psychology and nurse training. Gisela ran therapy groups focusing on preventing re-offending.

After undertaking further training Gisela developed a desire to deliver more therapy and cover a variety of difficulties, then starting a role in an NHS Secondary Care Psychological Service working with more complex cases including PTSD, complex PTSD, personality disorders and the other more common anxiety and depressive difficulties.

Gisela has a special interest in OCD and is accredited with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP), Gisela is also currently on the EMDR accreditation pathway for the EMDR Association.

Gisela offers a variety of approaches in services at Cognacity including EMDR, CBT, ACT and CFT

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Dr Matthew Ryan

Dr Matthew Ryan

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Matthew Ryan is a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist with experience working in a wide range of mental health settings in the NHS. Alongside his work at Cognacity, he works within a Persistent Pain Clinic in the NHS supporting individuals with long-term pain conditions.

Matt has experience with a range of therapeutic modalities and draws particularly on third-wave Cognitive Behavioural Models, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT). His passion is to support individuals to reconnect with their values and take committed action towards improving wellbeing, performance, and quality of life. Clinical interests include anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, OCD, and long-term health conditions.

Prior to completing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Surrey, Matt obtained a BSc in Sport Psychology and Sport Coaching and an MSc in Health Psychology. He has a particular interest in wellbeing and performance, and during his clinical training worked at the Royal Ballet School.

Outside of work, Matt enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, travelling, playing golf and being active outdoors.

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Dr Parminder Sagoo

Dr Parminder Sagoo

Counselling Psychologist

Dr Parminder Sagoo is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, who qualified in 2006 and has over 13 years of experience, including leading a Psychological Therapy service within the NHS, working with Cognacity and within her own independent private practice.

Parm has extensive clinical experience encompassing a range of mental issues across a range of settings (NHS primary care, voluntary sector, community, secondary/tertiary care, and within independent clinics).  She has worked for many years within Mount Vernon Cancer Centre managing the Specialist Psychological Therapies Service, providing psychological therapy, and supervising and teaching a range of health care professionals.  Her experience outside of the NHS has extended her expertise across a range of mental health difficulties.  She is trained in a number of therapies including cognitive behavioural, compassion focused, solution focused, person centred, psychodynamic ad systemic therapies; her approach is integrative and holistically tailored to individual need.

Having an interest in how the South Asian communities may understand and respond differently to psychological or mental health difficulties it was a natural step for her to focus her D. Psych research on the experience of South Asian women with Breast Cancer.  She found that women coped via social connection, highlighting the significance of connectedness and cultural preferences.

Parm’s other interests include spending time with family and friends, walking in nature and the perpetual goal of improving her fitness levels!

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Dr Matthew Stiff

Dr Matthew Stiff

Counselling Psychologist

Dr Matthew Stiff is a chartered counselling psychologist with experience of working within the NHS, charitable and private practice, including eating disorders, addiction, bereavement and general. He has assisted on training in psychometrics at City, University of London, as well as delivering talks on mental health in the workplace to senior managers in leading companies. Having previously worked at board level in the public and private sectors he has an understanding of the inherent pressures of corporate environments.

Dr Matthew Stiff is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).

Matthew works with a wide range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression, addictions (drugs, alcohol, gambling and other addictive behaviours), autism, bereavement, eating disorders, complex trauma, PTSD, ADHD, OCD and learning difficulties. He brings to his work positivity and warmth, working with his clients to understand their problems to develop a solution-focussed approach. He uses his knowledge of person-centred, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural theory to adopt an integrative, collaborative approach to his work. His specialisms include CBT, EMDR, DBT, ACT, Solution-Focussed Therapy, Mindfulness and Person-Centred Therapy. Matthew has played a key role in helping to develop Cognacity’s residential addictions workshops in Manchester and runs a regular evening addictions group at Cognacity’s Harley Street clinic.

As a former archaeologist Matthew enjoys travel in the company of friends and family, experiencing the historic environment, throwing in a bit of local food and culture, along with not quite enough exercise.

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Dr Aisha Tariq

Dr Aisha Tariq

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Aisha Tariq has over 10 years of experience in adult mental health. By specialising in evidence-informed therapies including Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy (ST), Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), she has been able to provide effective and tailored interventions across a range of difficulties.

Aisha has worked as an on-site psychologist at PwC in the past and is an experienced wellbeing coach providing a tailored and evidence-informed approach, specialising in overcoming burnout, imposter syndrome and challenges associated with perfectionism. Aisha works with individuals experiencing challenges in a safe, non-judgemental environment using cutting-edge approaches with proven effectiveness.

In her spare time, Aisha’s passion is art, both creating and observing. At the moment she is enjoying pottery throwing.

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Sarah Turner

Sarah Turner

DBT Therapist

Sarah Turner is a BACP Accredited Integrative Therapist with over 15 years in private practice and the private clinical sector. Sarah is trained in a variety of modalities and works with adults and adolescents.

Sarah specialises in working with individuals and groups with complex mental health difficulties including chronic depression and anxiety, complex PTSD ASD, ADHD and personality disorders.

Sarah has a specialist interest in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and is trained by British Isles DBT Training. As such, Sarah has substantial experience delivering DBT programmes that include running skills groups, out of session skills coaching, 1:1 sessions and family support evenings. Sarah is a member of the Society of DBT and a Patron of the William Glasser Institute.

In her spare time Sarah enjoys painting in water colour, sewing and spending time with family and friends.

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Dr Jo Wood

Dr Jo Wood

Counselling Psychologist

Dr Jo Wood is a Consultant Counselling Psychologist specialising in mental health and sports and exercise psychology. Jo has extensive clinical experience after spending 17 years working in the NHS in both primary and secondary care, working with adults, young people, couples and families. Previous roles have included providing clinical leadership and supervision to a wide range of mental health professionals. Following her initial psychology training at City University, Jo completed further post-graduate CBT training at Oxford and is an accredited CBT and Schema therapist, as well as a Consultant EMDR practitioner. She also has had training in Mindfulness and ACT.

Dr Jo Wood has experience of working with a wide range of clients, including amongst others, those from the legal profession, banking, IT, the media and sport. Jo is able to work with a wide range of issues and specialises in trauma, anxiety disorders, adjustment/transitions, complex presentations, eating disorders, personality disorders and performance. She provides both short and long-term therapy.

Dually accredited as a Sports and Exercise Psychologist, Jo has worked with professional/elite athletes from a range of sports including rugby, cricket, athletics, boxing, swimming and gymnastics. Jo also has experience of working with younger athletes in academy settings and GB development squads. As part of her work, Jo has helped athletes with performance anxiety issues, sports trauma, adjustment to injury and retirement, as well as athlete mental health.

In her spare time, Jo enjoys being outdoors, spending time with her family (including two dogs), powerlifting and completing a PhD focusing on identity leadership.

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