PROBLEMSTREATED


At Teddington Psychology, we have expertise in helping people with a variety of psychological problems and emotional difficulties. Some examples include:

  • Anxiety problems such as panic, social anxiety, health anxiety and phobias
  • Post traumatic stress disorder
  • Problems relating to stress and worry
  • Depression or low mood
  • Problems with low self-esteem
  • Difficulties coping with chronic pain and physical health problems
  • Difficulties in relationships with others
  • Obsessive and/or compulsive problems
  • Physical symptoms with no identified medical explanation
  • Experience of post-natal depression
  • Problems with weight management and over-eating

 

 

APPROACH 


At Teddington Psychology, we specialise in offering  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.


Cognitive Behabioural Therapy (CBT) aims to support individuals in understanding the development and maintenance of their difficulties through increasing their awareness of the links between their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.  Strategies are then taught to enable an individual to manage their difficulties more effectively and to feel more in control of them.  CBT is an evidence-based, effective treatment for many different psychological problems (see the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence for details).



 

SERVICESOFFERED


At Teddington Psychology we offer the following services:


  • Face-to-face individual sessions
  • Telephone or skype sessions
  • Home visits
  • CBT clinical supervision for other professionals
  • Training of other professionals

FEES

The following fees apply for each 50 minute session:


Single session – £120
10 sessions (paid in advance) – £110 per session


Dr Curran is a recognised provider of psychological services for a number of insurance companies including: AXA PPP Healthcare, Vitality Health, Aviva, WPA, Cigna HealthCare and Simplyhealth.  A £30 administration fee (per session) may apply if payment is to be recovered directly from the insurance company.


Please contact Teddington Psychology for further details. 

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