BA, MA. CPsychol
Member of BPS and HCPC
Lubna is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, with 20 years of experience specialising in the field of eating disorders at the Maudsley Hospital and in private practice in North West London. Also qualified in Family therapy at Kings College London and Institute of Psychiatry.
As a senior member of the internationally renowned teaching hospital, Lubna has taken the lead in developing and delivering family and individual based treatment programmes.
She provides clinical expertise in assessing and providing specialised and tailored treatment packages for clients experiencing a range of mental health issues such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. She has taken key roles in strategy and development of treatment for eating disorders within the NHS as recommended by NICE guidelines.
Her particular areas of expertise include:
Working with adults and young people covering the full spectrum of eating disorders:
- Anorexia nervosa
- Bulimia nervosa
- Binge eating,
- Disordered eating
- Dietetic advice
- Working with and through family units
- Group therapy
- Couples therapy
- Low self esteem
- Pregnancy and post natal care
- Offering consultation and supervision to other health professionals
- Working with schools
BSc, MSc, DClinPsyc
Dr Webber specialises in psychology and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).
Her areas of expertise are:
- Adolescent mental health
- Anxiety disorders
- Children age 0 to 11 years
- Family therapy
- Individual therapy
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress Disorder (PTSD)
Leora is a Family and Systemic Psychotherapist with over 25 years experience in the NHS and Local Authority. Leora works with children, adolescents and parents who are facing emotional, behavioural and/or relational difficulties.
Leora’s post graduate qualification at the Tavistock Clinic enriched her knowledge and previous expertise as a Principal Social Worker. She has particular expertise in group work, from working at Northgate Clinic, an in patient psychiatric unit for adolescents, for 14 years. Young people admitted had severe difficulties , many having suffered traumas that significantly Impacted on their lives. They taught her about people’s resilience and their courage to face extremely painful issues in their lives.
Since 2008, Leora has worked in the community in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Team (CAMHS) and the Services for Children and Adolescents with Neuro developmental conditions (SCAN). She has been working in a multi specialist diagnostic clinic(Eg ADHD and ASD) and is ADOS trained.
Leora supervises a Family Therapy Clinic, providing training to multi-disciplinary professionals. She offers consultation to schools and children centres.
Leora is also a Yoga teacher working in schools and nurseries teaching children yoga. Her experience in Yoga brings a mindful sensitivity that influences her therapeutic clinical practice .
Emma Cohn is an experienced drama therapist and has been responsible for training in this field.
Most recently Emma has devised and facilitated courses for young people in emotional literacy, stress management, parenting and childcare.
Emma currently works in child bereavement delivering workshops and counselling as well as works with children who are experiencing the following:
- Low self esteem
- Confidence building
- Communication difficulties
- Managing and understanding emotions
- Relationship struggles
- Fears, worries and stress.
Emma holds a qualification in drama and movement therapy and is registered with the Health Professions Council.
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BA MSc CPsychol
Karen qualified as a clinical psychologist at the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London in 1989. She has worked as Principal Clinical Psychologist at Barnet Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service since 1999.
Her particular areas of interest are:
- helping parents manage and understand their child’s behaviour
- using CBT in the treatment of anxiety, phobias, OCD, low self esteem and depression in children and young people
- working with feeding, toileting or sleeping problems in the under 5 age group
- helping young people coming to terms with parental separation, divorce and bereavement.
- assessment and management of ASD and ADHD
- behavioural and emotional difficulties
Karen also works as part of the butterfly clinic www.butterflyclinic.co.uk, a multi disciplinary team that can work together meeting the needs of the child and family.
(Clinical Psychologist) DClinPsych; DipSystPr
Gabrielle is a a chartered clinical psychologist who has been working with people suffering from problems like yours for over 10 years. She works in an NHS in-patient adolescent unit with young people and their families, and privately with children, young people and adults.
As a clinical psychologist she has studied a variety of psychological therapies such as behavioural therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, systemic (family) therapy, EMDR and psychodynamic therapy. This enables her to match which therapeutic approach is best suited to both the problems that clients are struggling with and the clients themselves.
Children and young people: She has a particular interest in working with children and adolescents between the ages of 8-18.
Adults: She has an interest in working with adults suffering from anxiety and/or depression.
She is experienced in working with young people and adults suffering from an eating disorder but do this alongside other professionals, particularly their GP.
Call Chase Lodge and speak to Katie Shaw (020 8358 7128) or email Gabrielle directly on firstname.lastname@example.org