Getting Help

A good starting point is right here, with this site...

You can make contact by email to or call +44 772 0711781 (WhatsApp, Viber) for a informal discussion. If I feel our experience can be used to alleviate your problems and improve your lifestyle we will immediately arrange an appointment with you for a comprehensive assessment of your needs.

After a full assessment we will be able to propose a cognitive behavioural programme which usually lasts 3 to 6 months, weekly sessions. Although the therapy  can be extended to up to two years, it is hoped that a change would be achieved within the first 20 sessions.

Other alternative solutions

If you are uncertain about your symptoms or the type of help you require, you may want to initially arrange an appointment with your General Practitioner (GP). Most GP’s know of psychotherapists working either privately or within the National Health Service, who are accredited to use CBT approaches. CBT via NHS is completely free although it is usually short-term and waiting for 3 to 12 months for a mental health assessment  is a reality for most UK regions. 

If you are having thoughts of suicide, are harming yourself or have thought about self-harm, it’s important to tell someone !!!

These thoughts and feelings can be complex, frightening and confusing, but you do not have to struggle alone.

If you cannot wait to see a doctor and feel unable to cope or keep yourself safe, contact one of the organisations below to get support right away. Or see further NHS advice on dealing with a mental health crisis or emergency.