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Making an appointment

I offer cognitive therapy at my private practice in Highgate, North London. I can help with a wide range of issues including chronic stress, anxiety disorders, depression, phobias, trauma and post-traumatic stress, low self-confidence and self-esteem, relationship and parenting problems, panic attacks and agoraphobia, anger management, substance abuse and eating disorders. I provide psychotherapy for adults and adolescents.

The length of time we will work together depends entirely on the issues you want to tackle. Some people want to work short-term, which is typically between 10 and 20 sessions; others – especially those working on deeper issues – benefit from longer-term work, which takes as long as they need.

Where I work

My private practice is based in Highgate, North London at The Summit Consulting Rooms in Highgate village.

I also offer Skype sessions for people living in other parts of London or the UK, Europe and throughout the world.

Sessions are available from 10am-7.30pm, Monday to Thursday; and 10am-2.30pm on Friday.

Payment and fees

All sessions cost £90 and last for an hour.

If you would like to arrange a session please contact my assistant, Cleo James, on 07958 118214, email or use the contact form to get in touch.

Most of the questions you might have about working with me are answered on my FAQ page; but if you do need to contact Cleo before booking feel free to do so.