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Dr Liam Parsonage, BA, MBBS, MRCPsych
Dr Parsonage takes a holistic and recovery-focused approach in the assessment and treatment of adult mental health difficulties. He offers an individually tailored treatment plan which combines the latest evidenced-based pharmacological treatments and psychological interventions. His aim is to help the people he sees to successfully achieve and maintain emotional stability and wellbeing.
He has a special interest in mood disorders, including mood instability and bipolar affective disorder; difficulties related to sexuality, personality problems, trauma, anxiety disorders, and psychotic illnesses. He also assesses and treats Adult ADHD and ADD.Dr Parsonage provides medicolegal psychiatric reports as an expert witness relating to occupational matters, personal injury, early retirement, immigration matters, litigation, employment tribunals, fitness to plead, and family cases.Dr Parsonage qualified from University College London Medical School and trained in the NHS holding dual accreditation in general adult and old-age psychiatry. He has been a Consultant since 2010 and is registered with all the major insurance companies.
Sabrina Rocha is a psychologist specialising in Trauma ,PTSD, Complex PTSD acute stress, anxiety and depression.
She has studied for many years the impact of a traumatic experience on a person’s life and development and this has been the main focus of her research and practice. Her therapeutic approach is based on her taking archetypal symbolic imagery to describe human experiences and on the latest pieces of literature about this subject and delivering this in a simple, effective and down to earth approach.
Sabrina is currently dedicating herself to gender identity and is engaged in PhD level studies regarding the conception of the sacred feminine and self/shadow integration.
Sabrina is a member of the British Psychological Society and International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Being born in Brazil, her mother tongue is Portuguese and she speaks English fluently.
Dr Maria Vella
Dr Maria Vella is a Psychologist in Psychotherapy with twenty years of clinical experience, practising in London and abroad. Maria brings together Psychoanalytic, Humanistic-Existential, Compassion-focussed and Cognitive-Behavioural approaches. She offers a bespoke service paying special attention to the particular needs of the individual. She gives special emphasis to the transcultural aspect in psychotherapy.
The areas in which Maria specialises include complex anxiety issues and stress, clinical depression, anger management, low self-esteem, multicultural issues, trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, disorders emanating from childhood, loss, help with bereavement and the occasional “stuckness” in mourning, sexual and psychological abuse, psychosexual problems, meaninglessness, isolation and lack of purpose in life, especially those triggered by stressful events and life transitions. Maria works with couples presenting with relational issues and infidelity. She has also done a lot of work with people suffering from trauma using EMDR therapy.
Maria conducts Skype and FaceTime psychotherapy and accepts all main health insurances including; AXA PPP, Bupa, Cigna, Aviva, and Pru Health. She is chartered with the British Psychological Society, an Associate Fellow of the BPS and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Maria has carried out considerable research specifically studying what makes clinical work therapeutic awarding her a PhD in psychotherapy.
Jackie is a clinical hypnotherapist with 15 years experience. Offering short term treatment, she aims to promote positive changes via hypnotherapy, deep mental relaxation, mindfulness sessions and laughter exercise.
She specialises in helping individuals to cope with the underlying emotions that cause unhealthy eating, weight gain and yo yo dieting.
Additionally she helps individuals who suffer with anxiety and stress. She teaches how one could change ongoing mind chatter and noise, releasing and clearing stress and letting go of anxiety that may have been held in the body.
Jackie also delivers Laughter exercise. The process of learning how to breathe and laugh. This helps to enhance mood, release stress and benefits emotional and physical health.
Jessica is an integrative counsellor working with common mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, loss of direction and issues with life stage transitions. She also has a special interest in working with people in the creative industries, having previously enjoyed 25 years in television production.
She’s proud of her work with the Terrence Higgins Trust Youth Service, working with young adults with a range of challenges, including issues regarding sexuality. She worked with Raphael Jewish counselling service for three years and has a keen understanding of the cultural sensitivities of multicultural communities.
Jessica brings great warmth to her practice and works relationally with you to help you see things more clearly and to work out how to live a better and more fulfilled life.
Jeremy is a psychosynthesis psychotherapeutic counsellor experienced in individual and group therapy.
Psychosynthesis is a therapeutic approach that works psychodynamically and holds the context that underneath psychological challenges, crises and dilemmas lies an emerging purpose for transformation and for the person’s potential to be manifested and realised.
Jeremy has experience of working with a wide range of concerns and issues including childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. His approach encourages personal growth by promoting change within the individual and bringing together different dimensions of the whole: the behavioural, cognitional, emotional, volitional and spiritual.
Jeremy has worked as a therapist at Priory Roehampton, Priory North London, and more recently as a part of the therapeutic team setting up Priory's new residential clinic Rhodes Recovery in Mill Hill London.
Clare is a consultant clinical psychologist and an accredited Dialectical Behaviour Therapist with many years of experience working with adults with a whole range of psychological issues including emotional dysregulation, impulsive behaviour and complex trauma. Clare has a compassionate and non-judgemental approach and also uses other therapy models including CBT, Schema-focussed Therapy, Compassion-focussed Therapy and Mindfulness. She works with both individuals and groups and adapts her approach to the needs of the person. She qualified from UCL as a clinical psychologist in 1992 and worked in many different NHS settings. Her roles included setting up and leading DBT teams, deputy head of a specialist community personality disorder service, leading psychology teams in community mental health services within the NHS and working in an alcohol service. She now works only in private practice.
Giulia is a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist (CBT) and EMDR therapist with experience in the treatment of a wide range of complex psychological, behavioural and emotional problems. She has worked in many NHS IAPT settings across London and has worked as a CBT therapist at The Priory Hospital.
Giulia offers individual and group therapy in English and Italian and provides treatment for clients suffering from anxiety disorders, trauma, depression, interpersonal problems and bereavement as well as complex co-morbid issues.
Giulia is passionate about helping people in a safe and friendly environment, where difficulties can be explored and understood in a confidential and non-judgemental manner.
Geoff Baxter Is BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (CBT) with over 15 years experience.
After initially training as a musician in Northern Ireland he moved to London to pursue a career as a professional trombonist. It was during this time that he first became interested in therapy, initially in relation to performance. After completing a Masters degree in psychology for musicians he decided to pursue therapy as a career and then went about acquiring the training and knowledge necessary.
He has worked as a CBT Therapist at the Priory Hospital and a performance therapist at Trinity College of Music. In addition to his clinical work he has also taught and supervised students on the Rational Emotive & Cognitive- Behaviour Therapy Masters Degree course at Goldsmith’s College, University of London. He currently work in private practice.
Pier Luigi Ceccarelli
Pier is a Chartered Psychologist offering psychological treatment, including assessment and formulation.
As an integrative psychotherapist, he employs evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, EMDR and Schema-Focused Therapy.
He has 15 years of experience helping people with a range of emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties. These include Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Abuse (psychological, physical, sexual), Eating disorders, Self and sexual identity, Sexual dysfunctions, HIV related issues, Bipolar disorder, Personality disorders, Relationship issues, Low self-esteem or confidence.
In his practice, his aim is to help clients understand the causes of their difficulties, learn new ways of coping and reduce psychological pain. He is committed to promoting mental health with a focus on the importance of multiculturalism and diversity.
He accepts all main health insurances including: AXA PPP, Bupa, Cigna, Aviva, Pru Health, Simplyhealth and WPA.
Dr Sonia Malik
Dr Sonia Malik is a highly specialised Clinical Psychologist with experience in both the NHS and private sectors. Dr Malik works with adults, adolescents, and couples suffering from a range of psychological problems.
Dr Malik has held management positions in NHS Psychological Services in Primary Care and within the private sector. She has also held the post of NHS Trust Lead for a Psychological service for Maternity, Gynaecology and Fetal Medicine. She has therefore specialised in therapy for psychological problems related to maternity and gynaecology within the realms of physical health. She has also worked with severe and enduring psychological problems within inpatient settings and in Early Intervention in Psychosis.
Registered Provider for AXA PPP, Vitality, Cigna, Simply Health, WPA, Allianz, Bupa (Oct 2018)
Simon Wilson specialises in self harming behaviour, substance misuse and relational issues. He offers pluralistic therapy, meaning he draws on various types of therapy to tailor treatment to the individual or the situation. He has studied Gestalt Therapy, Couple Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Addiction Therapy, Psychoanalytic theory and is currently in the last stages of qualifying as a Clinical Sexologist, enabling him to deliver Psychosexual Therapy.
Simon often works with people who have out of control sexual behaviours. He wrote his Masters dissertation on Compulsive Sexual Behaviour and gained his diploma in working with compulsive sexual behaviours from the Laurel Centre.
Due to his diverse practise he is registered with several governing bodies and adheres to their ethical frameworks, including: National Council of Psychotherapists (NCP), British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), College of Sex and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP) and the Society for DBT (SfDBT).
Jacqueline Butler has been practising as a psychotherapist & movement psychotherapist since 1998, working with people who are struggling with all kinds of personal, emotional and psychological difficulties and life issues. She is a registered member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and The Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy (ADMP), which issues my License to Practice in the UK.
Central to my way of working is empathic listening, a non-judgemental attitude, compassion, belief in paying attention to the embodied experience and that opening to creativity helps us to access that which has been lost in our personalities and lives. I see myself as walking with you in this process.
I am registered with AXA PPP Healthcare and Aviva. I am waiting for BUPA!
Dr Vikas Patel
Dr Vikas Patel, Integrating skills from acceptance, commitment therapy, compassion focused therapy and mindfulness, Dr Patel's work focuses primarily on facilitating a richer, fuller quality of life.
He specialises in the following:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
Assertiveness and self-esteem therapy
Simon has worked as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years, initially in the NHS and now as an independent practitioner. He has experience in a wide range of areas, primarily using a cognitive behavioural approach. Working collaboratively, usually on a 1 to 1 basis, he sees people with anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, sleep, low self-esteem and anger/assertiveness issues. He has also seen clients with drug and alcohol problems, gambling habits and who are abusive to their partners.
Jacqueline Myers is an enthusiastic, highly motivated and empathic counselling psychologist with a wide range of experience in both the private and public sector. Jacqueline has significant experience in a variety of therapy formats including group facilitation, individual therapy both time-limited and longer term therapy. She has had substantial exposure to mild/moderate psychological difficulties as well as highly complex presentations. Jacqueline’s patient first approach involves an integrative application of tried and trusted models such as CBT, in order to ensure that the needs of her patients are met.
Jacqueline has an interest in working with patients with depression and anxiety disorders (including panic disorder, social and health anxiety) and supporting new parents with the adjustments and challenges that come with being a parent. Following her experience in the public sector with stroke survivors, she also has an interest in supporting patients adjusting to chronic medical conditions.
Daniella Di Rosa
Daniella is a Dialectical Behavioural Therapist (DBT). After initially training as a mental health nurse she went on to train in DBT. She is currently practising as a DBT therapist providing 1:1 therapy and group therapy in the public and private sector. She has over 10 years experience working in mental health in particular child and adolescent mental health, acute mental health, personality disorders and trauma. Daniella aims to help people improve their coping abilities and quality of life.
"Stephanie is BACP registered with over 11 years’ experience as a therapist and programme manager in the field of addiction and developmental trauma. She worked for the Priory Group for 4 years and was the Addiction Treatment Programme Manager at their Roehampton Hospital.
Stephanie spent 6 years working for a charity in the prison service pioneering addiction treatment programmes and received a Butler’s Trust Award in 2013 for excellence in providing therapeutic services in prisons.
Stephanie also has experience of working with children and young people with behavioural and substance misuse issues in schools and youth offending services. She also has experience of supporting family and friends of addicts.
Stephanie trained at The Meadows in Arizona and has facilitated trauma reduction group workshops and works one to one with developmental trauma and co-dependency."
Tracey is a chartered clinical psychologist with many years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She works with individuals, families and groups, and has a particular interest in parenting issues. She has worked in the NHS, in charities and schools, and the private sector, and provides clinical supervision to a variety of fellow professionals.
She currently accepts Cigna, Aviva, AxaPPP, Vitality insurances.