Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychotherapy and Counselling in Barnet, Southgate, Enfield, Finchley and North London



Welcome to The Psychotherapy Clinic in London. We offer treatments to a wide range of people, including teenagers, couples and adults. You are also welcome to self-refer yourself or be referred by a health professional such as a GP. Our specialist team ranges from psychologists, counsellors, psychiatrists to psychotherapists. We offer therapeutic options such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, Existential-Phenomenological, Psychodynamic psychotherapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).  

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The hand-selected practitioners are considered to be the best therapists in the country. They have trained in the UK’s most respected counselling institutions with years of experience in the NHS, private and charitable sectors in and around London. They are registered with:





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Passenger On Bus

You can be in the driving seat, whilst all passengers (thoughts) are noisily chattering, being critical or shouting out directions. You can allow them to shout, but you can keep your attention focused on the road ahead, ignoring what they say and not letting it affect you.

The Bully

The playgound is fenced in and the children have to learn to live with the bully. This bully uses threats. mocking and abusive words to upset his victims. We can't stop our thoughts, but perhaps we can react to them in a different way, as these victims show us.

The River

Items floating down a river, such as leaves or bits of mucky debris (thoughts, feelings, images), can get in our way or make it difficult for us to stay afloat. But instead of strugging. we can stand on the bank watching the debris go by just as we can with out thoughts, images and sensations.

The Thought Train

We can think about sitting on the train, watching the scenery (thoughts, feelings, sensations) go by as we look out of the windows, or we can be standing on the station platform watching the thought train pass by. We don't have to get on it, we can just watch it pass by.

The Tunnel

When we get anxious driving through a tunnel, the best option is to keep going to the other end, rather than stopping or looking for an exit in the tunnel. This feeling will pass - there is an end to this tunnel, just as there is an end to your current feelings.

The Car Accident

When there's a traffic accident, police ask for witnesses to come forward and describe what happened. They like to have as many witness statements as possible so that they can build up enough evidence to give them a broader, more realistic version of events in a traffic accident.

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You are also welcome to self-refer yourself or be referred by a health professional such as a GP.

Therapy and Spiritual Counselling, with over ten years' experience of helping people with addictions, eating disorders, personality disorders and trauma recovery

As an exceptionally highly qualified and experienced practitioner in his field, brings extensive expertise in counselling, psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Analytic Therapy and hypnotherapy .

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