Who we are
All members of The British CBT & Counselling Service are Doctors of Clinical or Counselling Psychology or Psychotherapists. Psychologists are registered with The British Psychological Society and The Health and Care Professions Council which monitors and regulates the practice of Psychologists. Our Psychologists have spent between seven and nine years training to enable people to overcome their emotional difficulties via CBT Counselling. In addition to practicing privately, many hold (or have recently held) senior positions in the NHS.
All our Psychologists are experienced in the provision of Expert witness and Medical legal services and this forms a significant part of their professional duties.
Our Psychotherapists have relevant core professional training (Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist, Nurse Practitioner), have been accountable to their core profession for at least a year, have additional training in the theory and practice of CBT and/or Psychotherapy in their relevant area of competence, receive regular clinical supervision including live supervision and are registered to practice with either The British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, The UK Council for Psychotherapy or The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
We are registered with the following private health care companies & professional bodies to practise CBT, however, if yours is not listed below, please contact us as we are eligible to register with all the providers:
MELANIE, East Dulwich
AMANDA & DAVID, Clapham
At the British CBT & Counselling Service, we are Doctors of Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychologists & CBT Therapists specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for adults and children.
We can help anyone experiencing all types of mental health problems including addiction, anxiety, bereavement, depression, eating disorders, PTSD, relationship problems, stress and other distressing emotional problems.
For a more detailed list visit our Problems page.
Mental Health Blog
If December is the ‘season to be jolly’, January is the season to be depressed. Hot on the heels of the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ is the most emotionally and psychologically challenging. At The British CBT & Counselling Service requests for therapy triple in January with people feeling more depressed and anxious than at any other time. So why is this time of the year so difficult?